Iconic Red Wines of Spain | Ribera del Duero

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In the heart of Castilla y León, Ribera del Duero sits atop the elevated plateau of northern Spain. Stepping back in time, this area of the country is speckled with castles and Roman aqueducts. It has a desert-like continental climate, experiencing massive swings between temperatures both daily and seasonally. Part of the Tempranillo-belt, these wines are bold and muscular, with richly expressive fruit.

Have you ever wanted to understand wine like a sommelier? These substantive and informative wine classes are perfect for the beginner looking to think like a pro, or an enthusiast looking to gain more masterful knowledge and wine tasting experience. Join the industry acclaimed, expert wine team of Barcelona Wine Bar as they reveal why these wines “taste the way they taste” with thought provoking facts about the regions, varietals, wine-making technique, terroir and history. Gain wine tasting experience and improve your own ability to decipher special distinctions in every wine you encounter as you explore four of Spain’s most essential red wine producing regions: Bierzo, Ribera del Duero, Priorat and Rioja

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