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Published 30/11/2008

Getariako Txakolina: a fast-growing appellation

Getariako Txakolina, achieved DO status in 1989...

Published 01/10/2008

Binissalem-Mallorca, an appellation in the throws of modernisation

Binissalem-Mallorca achieved appellation status in...

Published 31/08/2008

DO Mondéjar, the youngest appellation in Castilla-La Mancha

DO Mondéjar is one of the youngest...

Published 02/08/2008

Ycoden Daute Isora strengthens the historic identity of its wines

The history of North-western Tenerife’s wines dates back to the 16th and 17th centuries, when large-scale exploitation of the vineyards began. After almost three decades of crisis,...

Published 30/06/2008

DO Bullas starts to reap the success of its potential

DO Bullas is the youngest of the three winemaking...

Published 30/05/2008

DO Alicante enjoys a sweet moment in the wake of its resurrection

During the past decade, Alicante and its wines have made a comeback with a vengeance on the wine scene. The instigators behind this achievement are, on the one side, the vine-growers with...

Published 03/05/2008

Valdeorras: gateway to Galicia and its wines

Godello and Mencía are the preferential grape varieties endorsed by DO Valdeorras; an appellation that took on the responsibility of restructuring its native vineyard and modernising...

Published 01/04/2008

Ribera del Guadiana: Extremadura gets up-to-date

DO Ribera del Guadiana maintains a strong historical tradition as regards vine growing. Currently, this Extremadura appellation, irrigated by the Guadiana river, from which it takes its...

Published 01/03/2008

Costers del Segre, an appellation with room for expansion

Costers del Segre, in its little more than two decades of history as an Appellation, has undergone multiple changes. Coming of age in the province of Lleida, its wines have gained in...

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