The Wine Pick of ,,,

When we talk about the world’s great white wines... naturally, Germany and its Rieslings cannot be excluded. This particular example comes from the Rheinhessen region, from one of the most characterful and expressive plots in the whole country, produced by the great Peter Klaus...
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 A multi-varietal wine from a single vineyard: Subirat Parent, Garnacha Blanca, Moscatel, Beier, Sant Jaume, Macabeo, Pansa Blanca, Sumoll ... La Prats (also known as la Barbassa) is an emblematic vineyard in the Alella area (Vilassar de Dalt) and connects our contemporary...
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Xarel·lo monovarietal from a vineyard called Turó d’en Mota, 0.97 ha planted in 1940, pruned “en vaso” and grown biodynamically. The vineyard is located on the north side of Sant Sadurní d’Anoia, at the foot of Montserrat, where the vines bury their roots into a soil which is...
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Toni Gelabert is happy to remain in quiet anonymity and modest silence, which he will only break when he feels like it.  "I make wines to last. They will speak for me and some already do", he says.  This man of deep convictions has his feet planted firmly in the Son Fangos soil...
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Three generations of Gaubys have cultivated, harvested and vinified in Calce, north of Perpignan in France. This village boasts a mixture of soils, but it is the limestone that predominates, ideal for the white grapes, which have long been grown in the area. Jerez has its...
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Eduard Pié exercises his “discreet wisdom” in Bonastre. Lying on gentle slopes inland (over 300 metres above sea level), his Xarel.lo, Xarel.lo rojo and Monastrell vineyards inhabit the south, where the soil is more limestone and close to the bedrock of the Garraf Massive (near...
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