The most original wineries in Spain, are not always known. Some are buildings of modern and evolutionary construction. Others are the essence of the past with emblematic buildings, more typical of museums than wineries.
Many of these wineries have incorporated into their winemaking facilities, hotel facilities. To take into account when we travel, for its quality of accommodation.
We could say that many are “hotels of caprice”.
Brandys and cigars an exceptional pair when combined properly. For those who love cigars, a good cigar after meals with a good brandy is a unique moment.
The brandy served in a glass of a table, is an extra pleasure. It helps to have a relaxed and enjoyable conversation.
Let’s know a little more about each of them.
Blood of Asturias. Cider Fanjul 100% natural. The Celts considered the apple tree as the tree of love. And to the apple as the fruit of luck, which was born from the earth thanks to the wise that rose by its branches and deposited in its fruit.
Cibeles a beer from Madrid artesanal.A different beer. Originally was a Phrygian goddess, Cybele, was the goddess of Mother Earth.
She was also considered the personification of the fertile land.
Cibeles a beer from Madrid artesanal.A different beer
The Cibeles beer, located in the Madrid town of Leganés, began its journey 18 years ago, by July 2010, the result of the initiative of a group of entrepreneurs, led by David Castro to which they joined the passion for beer, the business world and the attachment to history, and his love for the people of Madrid, with the aim of offering the market a series of craft beers of high quality and low production volume.
Types of grapes most used in Spanish red wines. The most used types of grapes are diverse and of different regions.
Spain wine country par excellence has a very rich range of varieties of grapes most of them recognized worldwide.
Some are autochthonous and others are adapted and imported from other latitudes.
Sansueña cheese Homogeneous, Soft and Traditional. Lácteas Zamoro, is a family business. With more than 25 years of experience and dedication to the production of raw milk sheep’s cheese.
With modern facilities, in which it has been able to combine perfectly the traditional methods of elaboration with the adaptation of the new technology and the constant renovation to the demands of the market.
The Granxa Pegullal and its High Quality Products. In an area of Galicia, specifically in Salceda de Caselas in the province of Pontevedra stands the PEGULLAL PEACE, which was built in the 18th century.
Surrounded by a monumental wall that surrounds the farm. It is chaired by a majestic access gate. Crowned with the coat of arms of the Correa, Mendoza, Quirós, Sarmiento and Sotomayor families.
In addition, this luxury Galician architecture of this time, has a double access staircase that ends in a balustrade sun. Continue reading Granxa Pegullal: High Quality Products.→
The products for celiacs: beers and snack. On Monday, May 27, the National Celiac Day was celebrated, a date dedicated to giving visibility to a condition that affects nearly 1 million people in Spain.
And, although there are many foods that gluten intolerant can not consume and still many limitations of the current gastronomic offer.
There are more and more brands that, conscious of those affected. Decide to add gluten-free varieties to their products that are suitable for celiacs .
Among them is Nomad Brewing, which includes in its portfolio of Petricor and Hanami craft beers, two varieties with a gluten content lower than 220 ppm (and, therefore, considered ‘Gluten Free’), which makes them suitable for celiacs can enjoy a beer with personality.
A rainy Sunday and you would actually much rather be at a winery? We at iberoWine can’t take you to Spain or Italy, but perhaps one of the winery films from our list of the best wine films can – including tips on the right wine for the perfect afternoon!
Benefits of Wine. We reproduce here part of the article recently published by: https://www.jenreviews.com/wine/
Which we consider of great interest.
15 Health Benefits of Wine, According to Science. In times of celebration, a wine toast may be just one of the most awaited part by many.
The bubbly wine is usually used to commemorate joyous occasions in one’s life as it symbolizes royalty and reflects love. But aside from taking part in celebrations, wines come with a host of important benefits.
The wine has undergone intensive studies over the years and it has been proven to be an effective elixir. Who says a man needs a fountain of youth to live a long life? Pour yourself a glass of wine from the wine cooler and bottle up some knowledge to find out the surprising benefits.
What does VOS and VORS mean in Jerez wines?. In the decade of the 80, the market increases with the presence of old wines, mainly in the zone of Jerez.
But since 2000, legislation has been established to classify and identify old wines. The VOS and VORS concepts are created.
What does a wine need to be ecological today? A series of conditions are necessary for a wine to be considered ecological. These conditions affect the land in which the vineyard, the grape, the winemaking and also its conservation are grown.
Red wine removes fat from food, a recent study shows. According to a study in Current Biology published in SINC. Fat and astringency are polar opposites of a spectrum of taste sensations. They range from the “oily”, “slippery” or “slippery” of fat, to “dry”, “hard” or “astringent”, of red wine.
Bodegas Mauro, wines from the land with their own identity. Since 1978, Bodegas Mauro has been characterized for producing quality red wines with a vocation for aging and limited production.
Bodegas Mauro, wines from the land with their own identity
Balanced wines, opulent and sensual, that vindicate the identity of the terroir, the characteristics of the varieties and personality of the producer.
Within the Spanish wine scene, this winery produces modern wines, but with roots. Attached to tradition and with signs of their own identity that make them recognizable.
A restored 17th century mansion, a great example of popular architecture. With an underground cellar, it houses the aging and bottling ships of this winery since 1980.
The wine of Ximénez Spínola of Pedro Ximénez grape. Is a wine whose origin is situated in Jerez (south of Spain) one of the most important regions of the world in wine production.
The area has a very warm climate, unique in Europe, and ideal for producing the grape Pedro Ximénez .
This grape (Pedro Ximenez), brought in the time of the Emperor Charles I of the Rhine on the Rhine in 1519, settled in Jerez where it has become a world reference, and whose characteristics far from the primitive grapes “Riesling”, ” Weissable “and” Elbling “that gave rise to this grape.
What is a horizontal tasting and a vertical tasting. Procedure and differences. Many times we hear about a vertical tasting, but we really know what it is about.
The tastings bring us many things besides the characteristics of a wine and its origins.
Also give us characteristics of the soil where they were made, or the effects of the climate where they have been grown.
The most common tastings are vertical and horizontal. Let’s see what it is and what differences exist between a vertical tasting and a horizontal tasting
Technology 4.0 in the vineyard. The ‘4.0’ world, in which everything that surrounds us is increasingly connected, is advancing decisively in many areas. It is an already consolidated reality in the wine industry, which is taking its steps through what is known as ‘Industry 4.0’.
Within this trend towards digitization and connectivity of the physical world, technology can also help the world of wine.
In this sense, DO Rueda has launched an app. It allows to know the status of each vineyard with a single click among its vine growers and winemakers.
Teeling Whiskey Distillery a current tradition. Talking about this distillery in the heart of Dublin is talking about sensations, smells, whiskey lovers, and much more.
A few kilometers from Dublin airport and almost in the center of the same city, this complex welcomes in its facilities, a variety of activities such as leisure facilities, business center services, as well as visits to the distillery’s own facilities.
It is par excellence, a must in Dublin for whiskey lovers.
ANAYÓN CHARDONNAY, Best Crianza White in Spain. The 36 Gourmet Wine Guide Awards have just been published in the category “Best White Aged” ANAYÓN CHARDONNAY has been awarded.
They are the users of the Gourmets Wine Guide, one of the most recognized and prestigious of the Spanish Guides with international repercussion. And one of the best and most complete manuals on the wines of Spain who have chosen, for yet another year, the most prominent representatives of the national wine sector, among which this white wine from Grandes Vinos stands out.
Jam made with love. The history of this family business MONTSERRAT RULL, begins in the nineties of the last century in Alforja, a picturesque town in Baix Camp, Tarragona province.
Although the hazelnut had been in crisis for several years in the main crop – almost the only one in the municipality – the prospects for the future were very bad and Joel Salvat, and his family, thought that alternatives had to be found.
And that’s when the light bulb went on that the quince crop could be expanded. It was a tree that in a very small scale was present in all the games of the term, and that it resisted very well any excess of the climatology: cold, heat, drought or other environmental factors. In addition, the fruit, the quince, was very easy to make – all the grandmothers made quince meat in their houses in the area.
“City of Sansueña” A Solemn Cheese. Part II. Juan Uña (founder) tells us that something to highlight is that “we have achieved homogeneity in the product throughout the year, using artisanal manufacturing, but very controlled.”
And something that makes our cheeses have that characteristic DNA resides in the making of our cheese, he explains, all manufacturing practices are aimed at preventing whey from leaving the curd.