A wine is considered a sweet wine once its residual sugar levels exceed the threshold of 45 grams of sugar per litre. These kinds of wines are then divided into naturally sweet wines and sweet natural wines. In addition, we can find semi-sweet wines. Naturally sweet wines are those where the alcohol and residual sugar levels in them come … [Read more...] about Sweet Wines: Muscatel’s Powerful Arrival
In these past few days of January, the snows all over Spain have produced idyllic images of fields and vineyards totally covered by a thick white mantle. In fact, this is not only an aesthetic issue, as in vines’ case, the Spanish popular saying “years with snow are good years” (“Año de nieves, año de bienes”) is correct in all senses, despite the … [Read more...] about Why Do Snow and Intense Cold Weathers Favour Vines?
For some time, we have been talking a lot about ‘winelovers’, however, who are they exactly? Generally, they are characterised by being sybarites, curious and very exigent with anything related to the world of wine. In fact, ‘winelovers’ do not simply drink any wine. They don’t just like any cellar; they enjoy getting to know different brands … [Read more...] about The Wishlist For Any Worthy ‘Winelover’
Smell is the sense with the strongest memory and, because of this, it also the sense which is most closely linked to emotions. Learning how to recognise the aromas in different wines can help us know them better, discover their origins and even associate them to different emotions. Ultimately, it can make you enjoy wine even more. In order to … [Read more...] about The Power of Wine Aromas
As it is widely known, enotourism refers to tourism whose purpose is related to the world of wine. Rural tourism, its culture, its gastronomy and wine come together in a proposal looking to transmit a region or county’s essence through is linkage ro wine. In Martínez Bujanda Family’s case, their three estates are very different from each other, … [Read more...] about The Martínez Bujanda Family Shares Their Interest in Wine Culture