Steps for wine creation

Wine is a traditional product that has a production process where nature shows all its knowledge.

Vineyard care

Vineyards need a special care all year long. Around February branches are pruned from stumps. However the ground needs to be previously plowed and perfectly set up. On spring, when stump grapes are not seasoned yet, some products are applied to prevent any infestation. For the same purpose this procedure is again done during August. Read more


Every year differs from other in the wine production world. Time influence marks a milestone in wine quality and especially in its life expectancy. However not all the vineyards are influenced in the same way just as two people can have more noticeable symptoms than others such as a simple cold or a wasp sting.

It’s been more than 50 years preparing and knowing the land, more than 50 years knowing each one of our grapevines the same as a shepherd knows each one of his sheep, and that allows us to select the best fruit from the vine to create the greatest wine. Read more

5 details of wine harvesting that you probably did not know

With the incoming wine harvesting we are here describing 5 tips about wine harvesting that you probably did not know.

Wine harvesting is a millennial activity

In the II millennium B.C we can find Egyptian engravings with a wine harvesting representation and the crushing on tanks and at the same time the current Pharaoh used to have official cupbearers at his service. Read more

The architecture as the main star: 3 impressive winery samples

The changes in wine market, the gaining importance of enotourism and bringing the place where final product is made closer to the consumer, have all given a new concept of the winery. From a place where only the workers were allowed to enter we have got to extravagant buildings which are designed to offer a greater and better customer support as well as caring about the wine storage conditions.

Among several additional services, the building style can be also a differentiating attribute as these 3 wineries prove: Read more

Summer wines

Following the words of Fernando Fernán Gómez on his famous play ‘Bicycles are for the summer’, we can also state that ‘Red wines are for the summer’.

Many people refuse red wine consumption during summertime but it is important to make clear that summer does not restrain the pleasure of these wine types, even with hot temperatures consumers usually prefer having a glass of a fresher and lighter wine, where it can be a rosé or white. Read more

Spanish Sparkling Wine vs French Champagne

Every champagne is a sparkling wine but not every sparkling wine is a Champagne. The main difference lies on the Protected Designation of Origin.

The term Champagne is set for a Protected Designation of Origin and the production according to the Champenoise technique used in French Champagne region. Only sparkling wines artisanal created in the same region and following the regulations for the aforementioned Designation of Origin can be named under the Champagne term. This wine region produces many of the best sparkling wines in the world. Read more

Sweet Wines

Sweet wines are those ones that are naturally sweet due to the sugar abundance in their grape-juices, as the yeast has not enough capacity to process the entire sugar quantity.

Sweet wines are classified in two main groups: Read more

Spain’s flavor

Spain’s flavor is made out of roast suckling pig from Segovia, paella from Valencia, cheese from Zamora, Iberian ham from Guijuelo, black pudding from Burgos, prawns from Huelva, seafood from Galicia… and an endless number of delicacies.

Spain is famous for its rich and careful cuisine, every region stands out with a brilliant cookery. One of the most frequent questions of dinner guests is how to combine the table products with the appropriate wine, in order to boost and enjoy the ambrosia. Therefore, wine pairing always raises one of the biggest culinary discussions. Read more

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