How to Refresh Your Wine Program with Ribera del Duero and Rueda Wines

By Pablo Aguero,

Top restaurant and retail accounts are finding new success with Spain’s most popular wines. The wines of Rueda and Ribera del Duero are finding new prominence on restaurant wine lists and retail shelves around the country. Buyers ramping up their by-the-glass and bottle offerings with fresh selections are increasingly turning to these Spanish wines for  … Read more

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Ribera and Rueda Make Their Mark on 2017 Best Lists

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As the calendar year creeps towards an end, there are a few guarantees: Holiday fever sinks in, there are plenty of parties, and year-end wine lists hit the shelves (or, more likely, your inbox). Like clockwork, the 2017 lists have arrived, and just like in past years, Ribera del Duero and Rueda have earned some  … Read more

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IN RYR NEWS: TOP WHITES FOR SUMMER DAYS AND LOBSTER ROLLS

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Wine News | By Staff Writer A Sommelier’s Guide to the Best Summer Whites (Forbes) In Spain you see a full range of expressions, from sherry to Rueda.  The wines tend to be well-made with clean and bright flavors. Forbes contributor Katie Kelly Bell gravitates towards Vidal Soblechero Vina Clavidor Verdejo from Rueda. The winery team spends a lot  … Read more

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A WINE ADVOCATE GUIDE TO TRAVELING IN RIBERA AND RUEDA

By Pablo Aguero,

Every itinerary for a trip to Spain, no matter the region, should read like the following: Drink wine, eat everything, relax, repeat. There isn’t a bad place to be or a bad time of year to go, and should you be considering a trip, you’re in luck because Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate just detailed some of their  … Read more

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RIBERA DEL DUERO IS A SPANISH WINE SUPERSTAR

By Pablo Aguero,

Wine News | By Staff Writer Spain’s Ribera Del Duero Wines: The Player You Want on Your Team (Chicago Tribune) Ribera del Duero is known for its tempranillo-based dry red wines, which range from fruity and instantly accessible, to more brooding and powerful. It’s home to scores more wineries than ever, and many are respected by wine  … Read more

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