Ever tried a Palacio de Fefiñanes Albariño wine? The Albariño grape has taken on a life of its own in recent years, and its wines are incredibly popular. The Rías Baixas region, in particular, is the Albariño capital of the world. These wines are some of the freshest and most exciting Spanish wines on the […]
Château Mouton Rothschild is one of the top fine wine estates in Bordeaux and, by extension, the world. Located in the prestigious appellation of Pauillac, it is the jewel in the crown of the Baron Philippe de Rothschild wine portfolio. As one of the world’s most high-profile wineries, wine lovers throughout the world are familiar […]
For many wine lovers, the name Ferrer Bobet is inextricably linked with the Priorat wine region. Priorat wine is some of Spain’s very best. These are robust and full-bodied red wines, commanding high prices, capable of ageing and well able to stand up to strong food pairings. The region’s vineyards are steep and hilly, producing […]
If only they made playgrounds for adults. Such places would be filled with the things that grownups like best of all like wine and delicious, restaurant quality food. Well, such things exist – wineries. It’s even possible to visit the place where heavenly Albariño comes from, and if you’ve ever tried Martin Codax Albariño, you’ll […]
Ramón Bilbao Rioja is one of Spain’s best known wine producers. Since its inception in Haro in the Rioja Alta in 1924, Bodegas Ramón Bilbao has gone from strength to strength and built up an enviable portfolio of wines from both the Rioja and Rueda regions. Ramón Bilbao Rioja produces Rioja red, white and rosé […]
Very few wine estates in the world can truly claim to be iconic, though Château Margaux is surely among them. The estate sits proudly in the Margaux appellation of Bordeaux’s left bank, where it has produced outstanding wine for four centuries.
If you’re a fan of Cava, you’re probably at least a little familiar with Juvé y Camps Cava. It’s a big, family-owned winery in the Penedès region, producing some outstanding sparkling wine. If you don’t know it: fear not. We’ll get you up to speed, quickly, and tell you everything you need to know!
Baron de Ley Rioja is a relatively young winery, though it has a lot of history: The winery as we know it today was founded in 1985, but the historic estate, has roots that go all the way back to 1548!