Our past may be filled with oaky, powerful red wines, but our future is overflowing with spicy fruit flavors, earthiness, acidity and balance. As Eric Asimov says, harmony was found in Ribera del Duero wines. Read more in this NYTimes article.
The Spanish pull out all the stops, celebrating for two weeks – from Christmas Eve on December 24 through Three Kings Day on January 6.
Journalist and Master of Wine Tim Atkin has been visiting the region of Ribera del Duero for over 30 years, getting to know the winemakers, vineyards, and wines deeply. As his knowledge of the region has grown, Tim has developed a special report naming his picks for the top 100 Ribera del Duero wines. See […]
Is your New Year’s resolution to take more/better/interesting vacations? Perhaps it’s to go somewhere under-the-radar. Even better: Maybe that under-the-radar place also happens to have amazing wine and food. Don’t let us tell you that Ribera del Duero fits the bill — the New York Times says so in its 2018 “52 Places to Go […]
Like clockwork, the 2017 lists have arrived, and just like in past years, Ribera del Duero and Rueda have earned some love.
Ruedas are summer stars to pair with lobster rolls or to power white sangria.
Every itinerary for a trip to Spain, no matter the region, should read like the following: Drink wine, eat everything, relax, repeat.