Saturday, September 26, 2020
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The Grapevine

So, having covered the rest of Spain without much mention of Rioja before the lockdown, I thought I would dedicate this month’s column solely to the best known of the Spanish wines

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Hello again, and welcome to the “new normal” – although I have to admit it still seems fairly alien to me
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Following on from a look at the white wines of Spain, this time around I’m going to tackle the reds – everything but Rioja which deserves a chapter all of its own
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This time around, I thought I would change it up a bit and, instead of talking about one grape variety around the world, focus on wines just from one country – in this instance, Spain
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I thought this month I would take a look at Cabernet Sauvignon – for many the king of all red grape varieties

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Last time we saw that the higher the ABV, the drier the wine, so let’s look at region styles around the world
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This time around I thought I would start to talk about one of my favourite white grapes – Riesling – with some general information in this issue, and some recommended regions and styles in the nextThe Grapevine
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This month I thought I would talk about Chenin Blanc. Somewhat overlooked, this grape variety makes a plethora of wine styles, not too dissimilar to Chardonnay in that matter .
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Last time I talked about Old World Syrah/Shiraz, and now we’ll look at the brave New World… .
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I thought that this time around I would have a look at the mysterious Syrah, or Shiraz, grape.