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Category Archives: Spanish Tempranillo

Australian Tempranillo: Standing Tall Against top Spanish Expressions of the Variety

One of the delights of the Melbourne Food & Wine Festival’s Wine Masterclass Fire in the Belly was the opportunity to compare some of the finest examples of Spanish tempranillo with their Australian counterparts. Peter Leske of La Linea was on …

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Spanish Wine Comes to Australia: Masterclass with Telmo Rodríguez

Last year I heard Telmo Rodríguez speak at a panel discussion on biodynamic wines at the Return to Terroir Grand Tasting in Melbourne. He was passionate about  biodynamic winemaking, indigenous Spanish grapes and returning to the “18th century vineyard style” …

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Artadi: The Winery that Reinvented Rioja Tempranillo

Single vineyard wines, old vines, low yields, organic farming, ripe harvests, severe grape selection and non-interventionist winemaking. Today, we associate a lot of these practices with our best quality wines, but when Juan Carlos López de Lacalle, the legendary winemaker …

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