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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.
Many comments have been made about Spain’s new premium single-estate Pago wines. Could they be the country’s answer to grand cru, or are they mere marketing hype to fleece the unwary? Sarah McCleery puts Spain’s hot properties under the spotlight
Pago wines are making a big noise in Spain, and commanding big prices. But can they deliver where it matters – in the glass? Imbibe gathered together a panel of tasters, and a line-up of some of the country’s best-known estate wines to find out
The bartenders of old were fully aware of sherry’s huge potential as a cocktail ingredient. Time, says Naren Young, that you let Jerez’s finest shake its bounty once again
Not quite so staggering as last year, with some tasters bemoaning a lack of ‘Spanishness’, but still some excellent wines at competitive prices
Not much wrong in Rioja these days on this evidence, though there wasn’t much there to actively excite our tasters either – and price was something of an issue
Spain was, without doubt, one of the top categories in the 2008 Sommelier Wine Awards. SWA chairman Chris Losh takes a look at what it is about the country that’s so exciting the sommeliers
Frequently dismissed as a source of entry-level wine, the southern wine regions of both Italy and Spain have seen renewed interest recently. An Imbibe panel of judges was called upon to find out what these hot regions have to
Billed as the ultimate seafood wine, Albariño has always been more about freshness than texture – until now. And, says Susan Low, a growing interest in oak- and lees-ageing is not the only hot story from Spain’s cool north-west