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August 2020

In the 18th century Fondillón from Alicante was one of the most famous and prestigious wines in the world, it was more highly valued than the wines of Sauternes, Sherry and Port. It was said to have been a favourite of Louis XIV of France

Garnacha is the grape variety that dominates the Denominaciones de Origen (DO’s) of Calatayud, Cariñena and Campo de Borja in Aragon. This corner of North Eastern Spain has a growing reputation among winelovers around the world, for Garnachas with personality and a strong sense of

You may think of wine as being very traditional not ‘cool’. Over the last few years wine has been completely outshone by beer as craft brewers have radicalised the very traditional and declining beer market. Not to mention spirits, notably

Beyond Spain’s borders Tempranillo it is becoming very popular with viticulturists and winemakers around the world. It adapts well to the different soils and micro climates to produce wines that are distinctive yet distinctly Tempranillo. It can be used to make single varietal wines and