Fresh and crisp white wines with vibrant acidity may be Rueda’s best-known expression of the Verdejo grape, but it’s far from the only style.
Adapted from Chef Felix Plasencia of Bulla Gastrobar in Coral Gables, FL, this Spanish appetizer is all kinds of right – salty, savory and exploding w
Deep in the heart of Texas, sommeliers and wine experts from around the U.S. heaped praise on wines from Ribera del Duero and Rueda.
Spanish market by Chef José Andrés and the famed Adrià brothers debuts at Hudson Yards, featuring Ribera and Rueda wines.
Women are shaping and influencing Ribera del Duero and Rueda’s wine industry in greater numbers than ever before.
A change in seasons calls for a change in appetites! This recipe is the perfect farewell to the last of winter comfort and a sweet embrace to new, lig
Although the Ribera del Duero established their D.O. status in 1982, winemaking in the region goes back for centuries. In fact, 16th and 17th century underground cellars where winemakers are still aging their wines today can be found throughout the region. Did you know…Spain was just rated as the world’s healthiest country? […]
The winemakers of the Ribera del Duero and Rueda regions were locavore, artisanal, and sustainable long before those terms existed. Their wines reflect an ancient tradition and a singular sense of place, yet have a timeless appeal. Hidden in the high plains of the Castilla y Leon area, Ribera del Duero and Rueda are located […]