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Strout a la Navarra (Campfire Trout)

Strout a la Navarra (Campfire Trout)

As recently featured in our seasonal regional newsletter, we are thrilled to share a recipe that’s ideal to pair with Cariñena wines for spring. Strout a La Navarra (Campfire Trout), from The Basque Book: A Love Story in Recipes from the Kitchen of Txikito by Alex...

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Cariñena Travel 101

Cariñena Travel 101

In September we had the pleasure of hosting a group of five U.S.-based wine trade and media in our region. From traveling back in time through historic tours to discovering the land our wines grow in, join us as we relive our trip. Who knows? It might come in handy...

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Ternasco de Aragon Recipe

Ternasco de Aragon Recipe

Autumn is the perfect time to stay in, pour a glass of wine, and explore new, warming flavors from near and far. Of course, you have Thanksgiving covered, but there are plenty of meals between now and then to discover. A perfect recipe for two, Ternasco de Aragon, is...

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Cariñena is on the road again!

Cariñena is on the road again!

The first stop will be at SommCon East 2018 held in Washington D.C. July 22nd –24th. Master Sommelier Bob Bath will be presenting a seminar entitled “Garnacha Unveiled: From Cariñena to the World.”

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Migas & Wine Pairing

Migas & Wine Pairing

Ingredients: • 1 cured chorizo, about 1 lb. • 32 oz. of two or three-day-old bread, country-style loaves with dense interior are best • 1 bunch of red grapes, halved and seeded • 2 cloves of garlic • 3 ounces of bacon fat or fatback, chopped • 2 Tbsp. of...

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The Global Garnacha Summit

The Global Garnacha Summit

Wine Industry Comes Together in Napa Valley for First-Ever Global Garnacha Summit, Sponsored by D.O.P. Cariñena, the Birthplace of Garnacha in Spain

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Wine.com Reports on Garnacha from Cariñena

Wine.com Reports on Garnacha from Cariñena

Learning about wine can sometimes feel a bit like waiting in line at Disneyland—once you’ve made it through the room of Cabernet, Pinot, and Chardonnay, you turn the corner and there’s a whole other room filled with obscure varieties and appellations to...

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High Hopes in Aragon –  The Somm Journal

High Hopes in Aragon – The Somm Journal

The region surrounds the city of Zaragoza in the high plains of Aragon, an arid, windswept area south of Rioja. With a history dating back to Roman times, Cariñena’s winemaking roots run deep. It was the second wine region in Spain to gain denomination of...

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Grab some garnacha for #GARNACHADAY 2016

Grab some garnacha for #GARNACHADAY 2016

Because it can handle the demands of crazy continental climates like a champ, with vines withstanding wind and drought conditions considerably well, Garnacha (aka Grenache in France), is a go-to grape for all sorts of winemaking endeavors. Just to keep...

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A Closer Look at Spain’s Garnacha Wines From Aragon

A Closer Look at Spain’s Garnacha Wines From Aragon

In addition to being a major cultural and agricultural powerhouse, Aragon's vineyards are renowned not only for their Tempranillo but for increasing Garnacha's popularity. This is the land where Garnacha cultivation began in Roman times yet was under siege...

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Cariñena: Spain’s Dark Horse

Cariñena: Spain’s Dark Horse

Less than half of the crop used to make wine for Bodegas San Valero is dedicated to old vine plantings, but neglect is not a common sight—or at least not one typically showcased to visitors. In fact, most of San Valero’s fields are manicured to...

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