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1. Luxury Spanish Island breaks for Wine Connoisseurs
August 17, 2017

If, when you think about the Spanish islands, your mind conjures up images of busy Mallorcan and Lanzarote resorts, it’s time to rethink. Let me introduce you to another side of these popular destinations, a side of rural idylls where you can sample locally grown wines in beautiful remote locations. In recent years the wines of Spain’s popular islands of Lanzarote and Mallorca have begun to make ripples amongst the world’s leading oenophiles – although admittedly the ripples are small ones as befits the size of the islands they come from. But while the world may be catching up, for m... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. A Taste of Sicily's Food and Wine | A Gourmet Guide
July 12, 2017

Nothing says ‘Sicilian holiday’ like filling up on the island’s most exquisite food and drink. With its position at the crossroads of the Mediterranean, you can experience the delicious influences of the island’s Ancient Greek, Arabic and Spanish history. Parts of Sicily are on the same latitude as the coast of North Africa, meaning the island experiences beautiful warm weather nearly all year round, and its produce reflects this. The sunshine, volcanic soil and crystal clear waters mean that only the best makes its way to Sicilian tables, and you can tell! Fresh and Fruity Sic... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. A Brief History of Wine in California
August 24, 2016

California is considered the biggest producer of domestic wine in the United States, but it was actually one of the last states to adopt a commercial wine industry. Where did the California wineries come from, and how have they evolved over time? Here’s some California wine history that may help you find the best wine websites online. Missional Living Different denominations of Spanish missionaries came to California in the late 1600s up into the 1800s, and throughout that time they were planting the vine and seeing what came of it. Franciscan Spanish missionaries can be credited with ... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

4. Pamplona Erupts with Start of Spain's Fermin Bull-run Fiesta
July 06, 2016

PAMPLONA, SPAIN— Thousands of people erupted in party mood Wednesday, dousing each other with wine and singing and dancing in the streets of this northern Spanish city to celebrate the start of Pamplona's famed San Fermin running of the bulls festival. The festival started with the traditional midday launching of a firework rocket — known as the "Chupinazo'' — from Pamplona's town hall balcony.   Thousands of people waving the festival's traditional red neckerchief jammed the square down below and immediately began jumping and screaming &q... (read more)

5. Try Caribbean Specialties at the Caribbean Restaurant Tyldesley
October 24, 2013

Are you a fan of Caribbean food or do you simply want to try a new type of cuisine that will spoil your taste buds? Are seafood, chicken and pork amongst your favourites? Have you always wanted to get to know the culinary traditions of the Caribbean Islands? If this is the case, you should make a reservation at a Caribbean Restaurant Tyldesley which also includes a Wine Bar Tyldesley for customers who want only to serve drinks. One of the main advantages of Caribbean cuisine is that it has something for everybody: throughout the centuries, the Caribbean cuisine was influenced by people wh... (read more)

Author: Johny Dean

6. Get the best deal for your dream home with Sitges real estate
October 14, 2013

The beautifully located city of Sitges is just 35 kms southwest of Barcelona and is a cherished destination for tourists as well as residence buyers from all over the world, and particularly from EU. The Mediterranean bask, beautiful beaches, delicious Sangria, Spanish wine etc. make the city a fabulous tourist spot. Great climate, white sand beaches, historical sites, carnivals, well developed infrastructure and awesome night spots of the city has escalated the prices as well as charming of the Sitges real estate, and so it is considered as one of the most coveted & valuable properties ... (read more)

Author: web master

7. Five Main Reasons Why You must Holiday in Madrid
September 13, 2013

Despite the fact that Spain has had some financial problems during the past few years, it is nevertheless a hot-spot with European travelers. Its weather conditions, rich traditions plus pleasant folks turn it into a holiday place for Europeans, but still somewhat of a not fully discovered travel attraction for Americans. In the center within this superb part of the world will be Madrid, and I found it to be a place everyone should look into when making traveling plans to Europe. 1. Geographical center of the Iberian Peninsula. Out of Madrid a person might get to a wide range of amazin... (read more)

Author: Jim O'Connell

8. Spain's Unusual Festivals: Haro Wine Festival
August 17, 2013

High up on the list of zany Spanish festivals is the Haro Wine Battle – this wacky event is held annually on June 29th in the tiny town of Haro in the La Rioja region which is world-famous for its Rioja wine. The festival has century old history and harks back to the days when land disputes were rife between neighboring villages and the La Batalla del Vino has its roots in the days when disputes were settled using strange and unusual methods! The festival which was not very popular outside the region and was largely unknown in Spain itself has now become a major tourist attraction simila... (read more)

Author: Steven Curtis

9. Spain: Shoppers' Paradise
August 16, 2013

Shopping in Spain can be a voyage of discovery! Apart from the big-name brands, Spanish labels are not very well known in the international markets and you could get yourself some fabulous leather, apparel, handicrafts, food, wine, chocolates, antiques and electronics from great shopping areas in Spain, whether high-street stores or local flea markets. The best thing about shopping here is the long hours that most stores and shopping areas keep in Spain – so you're free to browse even after an early dinner. With all the big couture brands available in cities like Madrid and Barcelona, yo... (read more)

Author: alice davision

10. A Wine Lover's Weekly Guide To $10 Wines - A Verdejo Signed Rueda, Spain
August 01, 2013

Today's two wines are probably our first made from the Verdejo grape, a white originating in North Africa but a Spanish resident for centuries. Its heartland is Rueda about 170 kilometers (some 100 miles) northwest of Madrid. Until the 1970s these grapes were mostly transformed into Sherry-like highly oxidized wines. Not my style. But that was the past. To maintain freshness the grapes are harvested at night when it gets fairly cool so the wine maintains its freshness. Trivia time: The grapevines are often close to the ground because of the high winds. Richard Sanz and siblings, the sixth gene... (read more)

Author: Levi Reiss

11. All about awesome wines to be served to your guests
July 30, 2013

It is indeed difficult to choose wines if you have very little knowledge about them. There is actually a wide array of categories and it is difficult to make your choice from among them. How would you actually choose a wine that other people would also enjoy? Wine and its pairing with food is something that people need to experience and learn. Here are some tips to keep in mind before serving wines. Some wines are better stored at certain temperatures. A very freezing and cold Chardonnay will lose its taste if it is kept at too cold a temperature. White wines should be served at a ... (read more)

Author: John crish

12. Live in paradise! Live in Moraira!
July 18, 2013

Moraira is a small and beautiful Spanish coastal town that receives hundreds of tourists every single year. The town only has around 10.000 residents and many beautiful places to visit. The town’s historic roots are rich. Among its main characteristics are the beautiful outside markets that take place each week. The town’s port is also very picturesque with boats in operation, and muscatel grapes from the town’s famous wine-making market are also an attraction, This amazing town's is enchanting in much more than just a couple of aspects. From the sea to the houses, Moraira is all about beauty ... (read more)

Author: Vikas Nehra

13. Wine Tours Happen All Over The World
July 03, 2013

Mendoza was one among the primary cities supported by the Spanish within the 1500s and is these days one among the foremost spirited. Its wine trade and opportunities for out of doors recreation mix to create this a high destination for Argentina tours. The Mendoza region includes cities like Lujan DE Cuyo and Maipo, centers for wine production and wine tours. As a whole, the region features a dry climate and owing to its location two,000 meters higher than water level, days are heat and evenings are cool. rain is most typical within the winter months of June, July, and August, and at higher a... (read more)

Author: annaya smith

14. Local Food and Wine Retailers - Best Bet to Find Authentic Australian Fare
July 01, 2013

Today’s Australian cuisine may be more famous for its ‘fusion’ versions but there are some authentic Australian dishes that simply cannot be changed and remain hot favourites with locals as well as foreigners. Over two centuries Australia has witnessed growth in immigrants. People from all over the world – Chinese, Japanese, Indian, Vietnamese, Thai, Spanish, Hungarian, Balkan, Turkish, Lebanese, have settled in Australia and added their touch to the local flavour. But not all of authentic Australian cuisine is lost; you can still find traditional Aussie fare at the local food and wine retaile... (read more)

Author: Clive James

15. Serrano ham is one of the best Spanish specialities.
June 30, 2013

Spanish cuisine consists of a great variety of dishes, variety due to differences in geography, culture and climate between the regions of this country. Spain's rich history and cultural influences have led to the birth of a unique cuisine with literally thousands of recipes and flavours. Its roots are Mediterranean and the fish and seafood are basic ingredients. The peninsula contains two major food types. Villages in north and northwest have a diet with a lot of animal fat. The other type is the precursor of the Mediterranean diet and it is found in the Iberian part of the peninsula. One of ... (read more)

Author: briana harry

16. Learning Spanish in Spain - It is a Unique Experience
May 10, 2013

A few words about the country of Spain: The country of Spain has an area of 504,780 square kilometers. Spain had the first civilization settling down in the area about thirty thousand years ago. The country of Spain has a long history of wars, conquests and expeditions. Spain is a country of myriad landscapes and varied landforms. It is absolute thrill to visit the gorgeous countryside with grapevines and wine cellars all over the state. The highest peak in Spain is known as Teide and the second highest peak is Mulhacen. The formidable peaks in Spain are a definite crowd puller. Different ... (read more)

Author: Ih Spain

17. Campo Viejo Streets of Spain Festival 2013
May 03, 2013

The Streets of Spain Festival is taking place in London’s Southbank Centre this weekend, 3rd - 6th of May. Spanish wine brand, Campo Viejo are sponsoring the festival. The four-day celebration will run from 10.30am to 7pm daily and will offer an authentic taste of Spain through food, wine and art. The bank holiday weekend is sure to be full of the vitality and exuberance which is associated with the Spanish culture. Market stall owners from Barcelona’s world-famous La Boqueria food market will be bringing their fresh produce and tapas to the UK for the first time ever. Delicious tapa... (read more)

Author: Robbie Westacott

18. How To Decide On The Correct Wine Anytime
April 25, 2013

Perhaps you have experienced a rough day at work and need to relax with a decent glass of wine? Perhaps you are the kind of person who just loves drinking all different kinds of wine? This information is for yourself! Read for some simple guidelines on how to enjoy wine towards the fullest. Restaurant When ordering a wine in a restaurant, let the type of restaurant be your guide. When you are eating in a French restaurant, it is best to order a French wine. If you are dining within a Spanish restaurant, go with a wine from Chile or any other elements of South America. This will help ... (read more)

Author: Evelynn Mcelheny

19. A Wine Lover's Weekly Guide To $10 Wine - A Cabernet Sauvignon Signed Mendoza, Argentina
April 08, 2013

Since I have been running this column for several years, it should be no surprise that I've done several Argentinian Cabernet Sauvignons. And this is not our first wine from the popular Mendoza region. The web site for Finca Flichman (does that sound Argentinian is in Spanish only. Their vineyards occupy 350 hectares (about 900 acres) in the Maipu and Tupungolo subregions of Mendoza. Tupungolo has a high elevation and consequently its fruit is harvested 16 to 20 days later than in Maipu. Where do today's grapes come from? Silly boy, at this price they come from wherever production peaked. The ... (read more)

Author: Levi Reiss

20. Mens Dress Shoes Manufacturer Aurelio Garcia Promotes Its Line of Mens Casual Leather Shoes
April 08, 2013

All cigar smokers need to keep their cigars in a good quality boxes that are capable of its ageing to have a better quality flavor. If you are going to search over the net, one of the most used for the purpose is using a Spanish cedar. Do you know what this tree is? Storing your cigars in a container at uniform humidity is crucial for its proper ageing and flavor. The use of a high quality can make a big difference. American red cedar and Mahogany are also good choices for the application. But among the three, Spanish cedar is the most commonly used. Do you want to know why? Wh... (read more)

Author: Mille nnium

21. Spain- A Impressive Country for Exploring Excellent Innovative Wines
April 05, 2013

When Americans think of the great wine making places, what people think about initially are probably France and Italy, followed by the wines which have been locally produced. Let's say we really begin to explore, we come across wines out of Australia, South Africa, Portugal, Chile in addition to Spain, just to name a only some. Unless you were really up on international wines, nearly everybody probably wouldn't guess that Spain now ranks third for wine manufacture, behind only France and Italy. Additionally, their hot, dry, high topography maintains greater land dedicated to wine production... (read more)

Author: Jim O'Connell

March 19, 2013

If you intend to buy red wine via online medium, you ought to be aware of the many varieties starting from top quality Spanish wines to cheaper low quality beverage. It is true that online trade is a reality and we have to believe somebody to get a commodity. At the same time, there are traders that want to make quick money and disappear from the scene and emerge again in some other name. You may order for fine Burgundy 1985 and will get instead a Merlot of 2013. It is true that there are no specific directions to identify the fakes when you buy wine online but it will be better to avoid those... (read more)

Author: Natalya Eliana

23. Enjoying Many Spanish Wine
March 17, 2013

Did you know that Spain is the 3rd biggest producer of drink in the world, just behind France and Italy? There's a reason due to its popularity, because Spanish wines are usually considered a few of the right in the world. Just why is that; what is the secrets for this nation having the ability to provide such fantastic wines and in such quantities, specifically considering how small of the nation it happens to be originally?The Climate of SpainWine lovers know that climate plays a big character in the achievement of grape growing, and when you can't grow superior grapes, you can't provide a... (read more)

Author: fleur adela

24. Choose charming Castellon for wonderful Costa Azahar Holiday Accommodation
March 14, 2013

Every Costa Azahar Holiday Accommodation tourist who visits Spain visits Madrid, Granada and Barcelona, with many seaside holiday places thrown in, lots of sight-seeing, Spanish food and wine as well as the mandatory flamenco show. If you want to create something different, visit Castellon and stay in Valencia for the authentic Spanish experience. Castellon de la Plana is within the province of Castellon inside the Valencian community. You will be able to travel right to your apartment from the airport terminal and you can also catch a train to Castellon which is an hour trip. Alternative... (read more)

Author: Sue Parker

25. The Variety of Wines in the World
March 08, 2013

Wine is such a great topic to explore and talk about, especially with wine lovers and enthusiasts. Even connoisseurs and sommeliers see it as an artistry and mastery of craft for distinguished palates. The best thing about wine is that it comes from various places in the world. Each continent and region would boast of its own vineyards and wine production. From the old and beautiful French and Spanish vineyards to New World wines in Australia, any wine drinker can enjoy a variety of wine flavors, aromas, and characteristics. If we would base it on type and color alone, we have three major... (read more)

Author: Stephen John

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