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Wine updates from Spain!

If your idea of wine is something light and fruity this is a wine to avoid. If you like craft beers and really toasty champagnes this is something you owe it to yourself to try. These wines spend a lot a lot of time in contact with yeast just like a champagne does, so there is a bready-nutty component to to them. A touch of sourness is permissible as well.

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We had a truly delightful day the other day that started with some sightseeing and ended with a monkey and a horse-drawn carriage. It’s a great day to be in Spain! Oh, and we had wine, too. 🙂 *don’t forget to read our captions…

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Question from Spain: So do you know the difference between Sherry and Amontillado, or would Edgar Allen Poe brick you up inside a wall? Check these out from left to right – we have Lustau Manzanilla, Gonzalez Byass Amontillado (which was highly rated by wine enthusiast), and a local Moscatel from Malaga which is similar to a cream sherry.

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