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A quick guide to Rioja wine

When we think of Spanish wines, Rioja is usually the first region that comes to mind. That could be because, in 2018, Rioja accounted for 47.3% of Spanish wine sold in the UK by value. It’s a popular choice!

While the region is mainly known for the Tempranillo grape, there are actually 9 other key different varieties to explore if you want to give your palate a new, exciting experience.

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Debunking Gran Selezione – What does it mean and where is it heading?

In the Spring of 2016, the Chianti Classico Consorzio debuted and showcased their greatest expression of Chianti Classico; Gran Selezione.

The tasting event began with a panel discussion headed by then Consorzio President Sergio Zingarelli, who addressed the new designation

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There’s more to Beaujolais than meets the eye

As the famous tagline says: Beaujolais Nouveau est arrivé!

Anyone who runs a bar or restaurant will know this as the cry that goes up when the first Beaujolais Nouveau hits British shores around the middle of November. For many, it’s simply the chance to organise a party.

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