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How to pick the perfect wine trip

OK then, we deserve it, the decision is made, we are going on a trip! It’s really a magical moment when you decide that you are going to discover a different culture, you feel good thinking about all the amazing … Read More

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Wine and food trips in Europe

If you love great wine and food, then a European tour where you explore amazing wine regions is exactly what you need. Not only it’s amazing to explore Europe and many of its incredible locations, what it’s more fun is … Read More

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What are the top ten European grape varieties?

Grape variety is very important to understand a wine. In some places, grape varieties are considered one of the most important factors in choosing a wine. In most European countries, it’s more common to order or buy a wine by … Read More

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Good news for Ribera del Duero: the D.O allows Albillo white wines

The first whites made with Albillo Mayor (also known in the area as Blanca del País or Albillo) with the label of the Denomination of Origin Ribera del Duero will be from the vintage 2019, while until now the wineries … Read More

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Spain is different! Calling all Foodies!

Spain is one of Europe’s best destinations for food lovers. With the country’s tapas culture, Mediterranean cuisine and rich regional gastronomic offerings, travelers are spoilt for choice, but where are the very best spots if you’re looking for a foodie-friendly … Read More

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Vinos de Madrid Appellation of Origin

Madrid has an Appellation of Origin of its own, which makes it the only capital in the World to have one bearing its name, since 1990. Despite general belief, the Appellation of Origin is not a mere administrative status, but … Read More

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Main Spanish Wine Regions

Spain has several wine regions. Below you can find the list of the Wine regions of Spain with Denominación de Origen (DO & DOCa). (Denominación de Origen = Appellation of Origin). 1. Rías Baixas DO 2. Ribeiro DO 3. Ribeira … Read More

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The best 6 places for “churros” in Madrid

A long fried pastry with a spongy middle and a crunchy outer ridge, it is no wonder why churros are a Spanish favorite. Usually accompanied with a cup of chocolate, “churros” can be eaten as  for breakfast, as a snack, … Read More

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8 must see Food Markets in Madrid

If you have ever been to Spain, you have probably heard of the iconic concept of the “mercado”. Originally, it was the place where Spaniards would go to buy fresh produce, meats and cheese. And although the country has seen … Read More

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The tradition of King’s Cake

The sixth of January, many catholic countries celebrate the Day of Kings, or the three Wise Men. This day is also known as the Epiphany, and in the Christian tradition celebrates the arrival of the three wise men to Bethlehem. … Read More

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