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  • Argentinian Wines

    Argentina WineArgentina has been climbing steadily up into the ranks of the top five wine producing countries and in terms of total production has challenged Spain's third position.  It is only the past decade or so that Argentine wine has been discovered in Europe and much of their wine does certainly not deserve to be called 'quality wine'. But the quality winery of Trapiche Bodega (which is famous for its Fond de Cave Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon) has show the way to other top class Argentine wines.

  • Conca de Barberá Spanish Wine

    Conca de Barberá Wine Region

    Barbera Spanish VineyardsThis Spanish wine region is wedged between those of Tarragona and Costers del Segre. The name ‘Conca’ in this case does not mean shell but combe or cwm, a valley surrounded by mountains. Conca de Barberá and its capital of Montblanc are bordered and protected by three mountain spines: Tallat in the north, Prades to the east, and Montsant to the south. Conca de Barberá’s soil is ideal for the production of the basic grapes for Cava. In recent years more money and time has been invested ii producing both rosé and red Spanish wines. J6WAGX3X62Z8