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Graciano, an amazing grape variety

The Graciano grape is a variety local to the Rioja and Navarre regions not widely grown in other Spanish wine regions. Its historical presence in the Rioja region translates into a ‘supporting role’ complementing the Tempranillo variety in making wines which age well, since in addition to structure and color, it offers a characteristic acidity … [Read more...] about Graciano, an amazing grape variety

Celebrate Christmas with wines from Familia Martínez Bujanda

Wine is a very common and much repeated gift at Christmas. We are going to take the liberty of proposing a few alternatives using wines from Familia Martínez Bujanda, which might be of use when fulfilling a commitment, enjoying time with your loved ones or even to surprise a relative or friend. Guaranteed value: Rioja is a guaranteed value and … [Read more...] about Celebrate Christmas with wines from Familia Martínez Bujanda

Summer Wines: Rosés (II)

In the previous post, we mentioned that there is a notable increase in the consumption of white wine with the arrival of summer. Something similar occurs with rosés, although these wines have unfairly been considered to be of a “lower quality”, particularly in Spain. In fact, these wines are probably more difficult to make. In recent years, they … [Read more...] about Summer Wines: Rosés (II)

Summer wines: White Wines (I)

Summer is here. We have survived the critical moments of winegrowing, such as the dangerous frosts that threaten the fruit on the vines at the end of spring, which could have done away with the grapes and the expectations of a whole year’s work. The main challenge that the vine now faces is the excessive heat and drought this July.  This may … [Read more...] about Summer wines: White Wines (I)