On National Wine and Cheese Day July 25, we pointed to six wines from Marqués de Cáceres, one of Spain’s most recognized wineries. In addition, Certified Cheese Expert Hugh Gilmore recommended softer and lighter cheeses to pair with these wines during the summer. However, these bottles can also be enjoyed all year. Moreover, Vineyard Brands told us that all can be found in the U.S. Read on for details. Continue reading
We recently tasted two beautiful reds: Hammeken Cellars Tosalet Carignan Vinyes Velles 2017, and Oráculo Tinto del Pais Tempranillo 2019. Their amazing bottle labels foreshadowed the stunning wines inside. This Spanish winery is an exporter of about 1.8 million cases each year to more than 37 countries. Overall, their goal is to create and commercialize modern, high-quality and luxurious Spanish wines. Read on for details.
Crisp, light and refreshing, Rías Baixas Albariño derives natural elegance from its misty, coastal Spanish terroir. Home to the native grape variety, Albariño, the area produces some of the world’s most beautiful white wines. Albarinô showcases amazing aromas and crisp flavors of zesty citrus, stone fruit, mineral notes and acidity that are the signature of Rías Baixas. There is lots of variety, style, texture and diversity in the “wine of the sea.” And they are very affordable. We recently tasted four mouthwatering Rías Baixas Albariños, which are all available in the U.S. at a price point of $17-$24. Read on for details.
Warmer weather is around the corner, and what better way to celebrate than with spring wines such as rosés and fruity reds? Vineyard Brands offers these wonderful suggestions to welcome spring. These three rosés and three reds provided us with tastings that tout the transition to a new season. Specifically, read on for details about these six wines we enjoyed over the last couple of weeks. Continue reading