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Rioja, Spain

Rioja, Spain

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Located on the southwest tip of Europe, east of Portugal and south of France, Spain has the most vineyard land than any other wine producing region on earth, at 2.9 million acres of planted vines.  It is the third highest wine producing country, behind France and Italy, largely because of the lower yields...

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What Drives Discovery? Searching for New Wines for the U.S. Market Leads to Spain | Just Wine
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What Drives Discovery? Searching for New Wines for the U.S. Market Leads to Spain

Trade Survey Uncovers the Business Trends Behind Our Quest for New Regions, Grapes and Countries as Garnacha from Spain’s Cariñena Region Grows...
The U.S. wine industry is characterized by a drive for discovery, and a new survey reveals why. 95% of wine professionals report that new wine discoveries are extremely, or very important to their professional development, and 83% report they are very important to business growth. The Cariñena region...
Revelling in Rioja: Grape Varieties, Sub Regions and the Wines of Rioja, Spain | Just Wine
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Revelling in Rioja: Grape Varieties, Sub Regions and the Wines of Rioja, Spain

CO-OP Sommelier Manager, Mike Roberts, takes you on a trip through Rioja without leaving your chair!
Rioja is Spain’s Most Recognized Wine Region Rioja is arguably the most important wine region is Spain, but certainly the most recognized. Like many countries where wine is deeply entrenched in culture, Spain is deeply loyal to its regional wines. Pride and passion are shown for the wines created in...
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Calgary & Edmonton Wine Events in September 2019

Check out these amazing wine events happening in September 2019 in Calgary, Edmonton and other places in Alberta!
  Calgary (& Surrounding Areas) Wine Events in September:   Takayama x Kobayashi Collaboration Dinner When: Saturday, September 7, 2019 @ 6 pm to 9 pm Where: Sukiyaki House (Calgary) Price: $250 CAD 9-course dinner with sake, wine, and tea pairing Regarded as one of the best chefs in the world, having...
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What is Cabernet Sauvignon? Wine Varietal Facts – From Flavour to Grape Variety

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What is Cabernet Sauvignon? Cabernet Sauvignon is a full body wine with moderate acidity and tannin. Dark fruit flavours with leather, bell pepper and baking spice notes. Its parents are Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon Blanc. In this post, we’ll cover some quick facts on the Cab Sauv wine varietal and...
What is Tempranillo? Wine Varietal Facts – From Flavour to Grape Variety | Just Wine
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What is Tempranillo? Wine Varietal Facts – From Flavour to Grape Variety

What is Tempranillo? Where is it grown and what should it taste like? This is a guide is everything you need to know about Tempranillo wine from...
What is Tempranillo? Tempranillo is a red wine grape varietal of the species Vitis vinifera Tempranillo. These wines are rich with lots of cherry flavour, high tannin, alcohol and body. In this post, we’ll cover some quick facts on the Tempranillo wine varietal and give you an in-depth analysis of...
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What is Pinot Noir wine? Where is it grown and what should it taste like? This is a guide is everything you need to know about Pinot Noir wine...
What is Pinot Noir? Pinot noir is a red wine grape varietal of the species Vitis vinifera. Pinot Noir is widely expressive, light in body, medium in acidity, and light in colour. Flavours vary depending on seasonal conditions, vintage and growing region. In this post, we’ll cover some quick facts on...
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