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Spain Meets Burgundy

One of the many innovations we’re starting to see in Spanish viticulture is the blending of traditional Spanish grape varieties with grapes not traditionally associated with the Country. This Is a great example of that as the guys  at the Vinem Winery have decided to temper the fresh simplicity of Machabeo with the weightier complexity of that Burgundian classic, Chardonnay. The result is still extremely fresh, surprisingly light wine wine, perfect for summer days.

 

One of the many innovations we’re starting to see in Spanish viticulture is the blending of traditional Spanish grape varieties with grapes not traditionally associated with the Country. This Is a great example of that as the guys  at the Vinem Winery have decided to temper the fresh simplicity of Machabeo with the weightier complexity of that Burgundian classic, Chardonnay. The result is still... read more.

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The denomination of Cariñena, created in 1932, belongs to part of the autonomous Comunidad of Aragón in northern Spain and is one of the oldest protected wine-growing regions in Europe. The Cariñena vineyards are located 50 km south-west of Zaragoza, on a plateau known as the Campo de Cariñena

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