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Long drive to bodega for golfers

Finca Onegar - a great day trip to a bodega in the province of Almeria

Spanish wine makes the grade

Andalucia wine rates big with world's leading critic

Spanish science coming up rosé

How drinking wine might actually prevent sunburn

Champagne sales rocket in Spain

Sales of bubbly are booming despite the recession

Put a cork in it!

Bartie is shocked at the rise of the screwtop

Wining and dining with Kofi Annan in Spain

Former UN secretary general will be the key note speaker at the Third World Conference on Climate Change and Wine in Marbella

Spain’s magnificent seven wine impress US

In terms of value seven Spanish wines come up trumps in America's rating of 100 top wines

Kofi Annan coming to Spain for wine

Former UN supremo to attend green wine conference in Marbella in Spring

Wine festival – Láujar de Andarax

John Woodhead recollects a fantastic day out in the Alpujarras

Put a cork in it!

The Spanish cork industry is struggling as the demand for cork, particularly from the wine industry, has dropped dramatically. Can anything be done? Should we boycott wines which have plastic corks or screw tops?

A wine time

With around 20 vineyards now planted in Ronda, in the words of one wine writer ‘the dream has really taken hold’

The sweet smell of success

Jon Clarke on the fall and rise of the sweet Moscatel wines from the Axarquia

Andalucia wine: 20 reasons to go local

In the fourth of our Buen Vino columns, Sara Wallace gives you a taste of the 20 wine regions of Andalucia

Top price for elegance

Unlike its famous neighbour from Jerez, Montilla’s reputation has not travelled far outside Spain, even Cordoba. That is until now, writes Jon Clarke

Comeback King!

In the second installment of new wine column Buen Vino on Andalucian wines, Jon Clarke discovers how sherry could be on the cusp of a dramatic return to fashion

Living the high life in Andalucia

Spain's highest vineyard scoops top marks from Parker - and gets the top politicians circling

It all began with a German!

How the ruthless efficiency of organic winemaker Federico Shatz made Ronda wines great again

Modern architecture meets Spanish wine

As Bodegas Protos is nominated for the Sterling Prize, Kevin Guyan looks at the relationship between modern architecture and Spanish wine

Law threatens Albariño wine

Draft law proposed by the region's health authority could effectively outlaw wine production.

Granada unites for DO fight

Bodegas join forces to better ‘vino de la tierra’ category with prized Denominacion de Origen

Granada top of the table for wines

Despite the heavy storms in May that battered La Alpujarra, laying waste to hundreds of hectares of vines, two of that region’s signature bodegas had a bumper end to the year.

Spain benefits most – and least – from EU wine reforms

Spain's wine producers could be forced to grub up 6 per cent of their vines under a European Commission scheme

Vino, vidi, vici

Wine industry claims victory as Government calls time on “anti-alcohol” law

Ribera del Duero winemakers face Madrid “vine grab”

Major producers appeal to Brussels to stop “vital” road construction

A glass to your health?

A tipple of Spanish wine may not be so beneficial for our health according to UK scientists




EXCLUSIVE: Expat couple vow to leave Spain after beloved dog shot by hunters and police ‘did nothing’

AN expat couple have slammed police inactivity after their dog was shot dead by hunters on an evening stroll. Jennifer and Victor Gebhardt, 67 and...


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