4 edition of The Wines of Spain (Wine) found in the catalog.
October 2000 by Faber & Faber .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||464|
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Spain produces some of the finest wines in the world, yet twenty years ago it was known internationally only for sherry and rioja. Today, however, world-class wines are produced in Costers del Segre, Navarra, Peneds, Priorato, Ribera del Duero, and Somontano, to name just a few areas that are covered in this comprehensive book/5(7).
Spain is Europe’s most exciting wine producer. Sarah Jane Evans, the world’s leading authority on the wines of Spain, profiles and analyses the main regions, Galicia, Asturias and Cantabria, Castilla y León, Ribera del Duero, Rioja, Navarra and Aragón before opening out into discussion of the key producers and their top wines.
Spain is one of the worlds top wine-producing countries. Spain has a long history of producing quality wine, 50 percent of all the EECs vineyards are located here. Wines from Spain are mostly memorable offering a large selection of Reds, White and Rose wines, which thankfully, are mostly inexpensive for the quality on offer.
The tendency to make single-variety wines, dominant in Spain for decades, has led to an increased interest in the identification and authenticity of native varieties.
In total, there are more than a hundred majority varieties grown in Spain, distributed throughout the country and present in the different Designations of Origin as authorized.
Spain is fast becoming a premium-wine producing country. Critics like Robert Park and Stephen Tanzer have taken notice, giving mid-priced wines 90+. The Wines of Spain book book is not a buying guide but a straight-forward overview of the various regions of Spain/5(10).
Spain is one of the word’s largest wine-producing regions. It comprises most of the Iberian Peninsula with a divergence of cultures, climates and, por supuesto, types of wine. There are many notable styles from all over the country, ranging from traditional viticulture to modern and methodical, to rustic, value driven and food friendly young.
With this guide, we explore perhaps the most dynamic wine-producing country in world, Spain: from the complex garnachas of Priorat, to the enticing vedejos of Rueda, to the enigmatic sher-ries of Jerez. In addition to being great values, the wines of Spain are exciting, as they are based on many little-known indigenous varieties.
In addition to being great values, the wines of Spain are exciting, as they are based on many little-known indigenous varieties. Equally valuable as a travel guide and wine shop companion, this Approach Guide is designed as a quick-reference resource for wine enthusiasts seeking to understand what makes Spain’s wines unique and make informed /5(2).
Learn about the various Northern Spain wine regions with Wine Enthusiast Magazine's easy to use Northern Spain wine guide.
Our extensive selection. Spanish wine regions produce a wide range of styles, typically of very high quality available at great value: powerful reds from Rioja, delightful sparkling wines from Cava, vibrant white wines from Rías Baixas, luscious fortified wines from Jerez, and many more.
The best Spanish wines may be made from the country’s traditional, native grapes – including Spain’s iconic. In addition, some of these book will be helpful to get you ready for your Spanish wine country vacation.
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Spanish wine country information. The New Spain: A Complete Guide to Contemporary Spanish Wine; The Wine Region. Editorial Reviews. Casas’s seminal The Foods The Wines of Spain book Wines of Spain features traditional dishes from even the most obscure Spanish villages and restaurants.” —Food & Wine “[The Foods and Wines of Spain] introduced many Americans to the cuisine that is only now getting its due.”—Los Angeles Times “For decades the only act in town if you wanted to know Brand: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group.
Spain remains one of the world’s great wine-producing countries, sporting nearly 3 million acres of grapevines, more than any other country in the red varieties, Tempranillo is by. The Wines of Spain – By Julian Jeffs – The Introduction Officially, Julian Jeff’s book, The Wines of Spain, has been cracked.
For those of you unfamiliar with Julian Jeffs, he is considered one of the foremost writers on European wine, and has written several books solely on topic of Spanish and Portuguese wine/5(30). About The Foods and Wines of Spain. This classic cookbook brings more than of the traditional foods of Spain—with their extraordinary range of flavors—into the home kitchen.
To search out the finest Spanish recipes, Penelope Casas. The Foods and Wines of Spain book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. superb recipes--a delicious gathering of the tradit /5. Product Information. Wines of Spain covers everything a wine enthusiast needs to know about the wine regions of Spain and their producers.
In the introductory section the anatomy of Spanish wine is explained, alongside information on the laws and labels, demystifying the large range of official seals and wording found on Spanish wine labels. This book details the recent and fast-paced developments in Spanish wine. Julian Jeffs explores the wine regions and provides in-depth information on winemaking and the leading bodegas and producers in each area.
In this fully revised and updated second edition of 'The Wines of Spain', leading expert Julian Jeffs provides essential reference to the fast-paced developments that. A book review of “The wines of northern Spain” by Miquel Hudin | Despite Spain’s rubbing shoulders with France and Italy in terms of total wine produced, the number of texts about the country has always paled in comparison to these other two behemoths.
Spain- Crisp, clean and well-balanced. This wine is medium-bodied with a palate of apple, pear and bright citrus flavors with a moderately long finish and a crisp touch of ginger. Read more. Pick Up Today In Stock. Delivery Available Today. out of 5 stars. WINERY DIRECT ® San Gregorio Las 75 Vendimias, The New Spain () won the Glenfiddich "Drinks Book of the year" and the Prix de Champagne Lanson "European Wine Book of the year" awards, as well as 'Best European Wine Book' at the Livre Gourmand Awards in Versailles, and was awarded the silver medal of the Gastronomische Akademie Deutschland.
This book provides a nice introduction to the many interesting wines available from Spain. Covering everything from the common Harvey's Bristol Cream to the exotic (and expensive) Priorats.
Each of Spain's wine regions are given a chapter, with a concise background of relevant information, and then select offerings are presented with excellent 4/5. 3AC Wines International is created through the partnership of three international wine brokerage companies, all based in countries of great renown in the wine market: France, Spain and Chile.
JLPriou Courtier en Vins, Viven and Excelsa Chile Intl. SpA respectively. Spanish wine has awakened from a long period of dormancy and underachievement. Spain is now one of the wine world’s most vibrant arenas. For decades, only Spain’s most famous red wine region, Rioja, and the classic fortified wine region, Sherry, had any international presence for fine wines.
Now, many other wine regions in Spain are making seriously good wines. Grape types and varieties Brief guide to spanish wine grapes. When it comes to learning about Spanish wine, it is important to get to know the different grape varieties that are grown in Spain as well as their geographic distribution.
In Spain, wines are classified into different wine regions, each with their own set of wine laws and quality. "How things have changed!" exclaims Julian Jeffs in the introduction to his valuable The Wines of Spain, the latest addition to Faber and Faber's series of wine books.
Over the course of two years Jeffs put in a great deal of intensive research in Spain, travelling the length and breadth of the country, visiting growers and tasting their : Julian Jeffs.
Whites, roses, red wines, fine wines, cavas, sparkling wine all go perfectly with a particular dish. Spain is one of the world’s great wine producers. It has more thanhectares of vineyards and a wide variety of grapes.
In fact, wine producing has become a real art in Spain. Read our articles & guides to Spanish wine and learn about the types of wine and vineyards that the country offers. What are the wines like?: thehectares of vineyards in Castile-La Mancha make it the most extensive wine-producing region in the world.
The white grape variety Airén predominates, and is perfectly suited to the dry Manchegan climate. The. The region produces still wines, as well as many of Spain's sparkling wines (cava).
Codorníu, Sant Sadurní d'Anoia: With a history dating from the mids, this vineyard became famous after its owner, Josep Raventós, produced Spain's first version of sparkling wine.
During the harvest, more than million pounds of grapes, collected from. Priorat is a small but renowned red winemaking region located just south of Barcelona, Spain.
Find out what makes Priorat’s wines so unique, and what to look for when seeking out a great bottle. Those of us who have an obsession for bold red wines gravitate to places like Priorat: a tiny mountainous region, rugged and dry, pretty much.
The wines of northern Spain by Sarah Jane Evans,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(3). Crianza – This is a fresh, fruit-forward youthful red wine that is aged in oak for a minimum of one year and then spends another year aging in the bottle.
The Crianza is a well-priced Spanish wine and averages around $10 a bottle. Crianza has a reputation for being a perfect partner when it comes to pairing with food – give it a whirl with novel Spanish commodities like tapas. Her books include The Foods and Wines of Spain, Tapas: The Little Dishes of Spain, Delicioso.
Regional Cooking of Spain, Paella. Spectacular Rice Dishes from Spain, and La Cocina de Mama: The Great Home Cooking of Spain. Her last book, 1, Spanish Recipes, will be published in Once internationally renowned only for Sherry and Rioja, Spain has in recent years come to be known for fine wines produced in many regions.
Based on two years' travel all over the country, this is an account of vineyards in remote places, and their produce. 12 Fascinating Facts About Red Wine.
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Buy Map. About Madeline Puckette. It's award winning selection of wines from Spain and South America bring together over bottles from over 70 wine regions. The warm and welcoming tapas bars are inspired by the culture of Spain and the ever-changing rustic menu is focused on clean flavors, seasonal ingredients, specialties from Spain and the Mediterranean.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates: illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm.
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Bodegas Estefanía offers different types of activities where the visitor gets involved by the charm of the winery, its wines and discover the magical secrets that await in their land. In it, you will be able to know a little bit about the history of the Bierzo and the native variety Mencía, as well as visit the facilities of the winery and its.The Mitchell Beazley Pocket Guides provide an indispensible series of books on all the main wine regions of the world.
Written by the leading experts in their fields, all 12 titles offer a wealth of information in a compact format, and include invaluable details on recommended wines, producers, and growers and in-depth descriptions of each region.