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Some great wines and amazing prices. In fact, it was only the category’s persistent (and troubling) lack of fashionability that prevented more Golds being awarded
A broad selection of decent, well-made wines, but far fewer for our tasters to get really excited about
A somewhat muted performance after the high medal count of last year, with the much-vaunted Galicia, in particular, something of a disappointment in 2011
Some great-value wines on the Gold List together with a few top-end ones, too. With more controlled oak use, in future years this is a category that could really fly
Iberica Food and Culture has listed 28 wines not previously available outside Spain.
A 'revolutionary' new bottle reportedly stops wine sediment from being poured into the glass.
From lusciously sweet to bone dry, from indigenous to international varietals and from whites through rosés to reds, the region of Navarra has the lot. Richard Woodard follows a group of Hotel du Vin sommeliers as they try to make sense of it all
Spanish beer Mahou 5 Estrellas is now available exclusively to the on-trade in the UK.
The Navarran wine dynasty has signed a new on-trade distribution agreement for the London area with Wine Studio.
Freixenet has launched its latest summer on-trade promotional initiative: Mix With Freixenet.
Who needs a clairvoyant octopus? A panel of sommeliers accurately predicted a Spanish triumph in this year's World Cup.
Copa Jerez aims to demonstrate Sherry's tremendous versatility as a wine to pair with food.
A brief lesson in Spain's lesser-known wine growing regions
Top Bordeaux wines are in danger of falling off restaurant wine lists because of high prices according to Texture owner Xavier Rousset.