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2013-06-04 23:15:11

Premium vines from Spain, 2006 Bodegas Asenjo & Manso-Ribera Del Duero A&M, Limited Edition only at Classé Wines Vienna, VA (PRWEB) June 04, 2013 Classé Wines (classewines.com) is pleased to offer exquisite Spanish Red Vines. Among its premium offerings is the 2006 Bodegas Asenjo & Manso-Ribera del Duero A&M from Burgos, Spain in the La Horra region. This premium 100 percent Tempranillo Red wine has received high marks from reviewers, with a 93 point rating...

2011-06-28 09:33:00

NEW YORK, June 28, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Drink Ribera. Drink Spain., the U.S. marketing campaign of the Consejo Regulador of Ribera del Duero, has launched "Ribera Wine School" -- an educational online webinar series presented by Spanish wine, food, travel and lifestyle experts. Inspired by the world-class wines of Ribera del Duero, the new Ribera Wine School offers wine lovers a general introduction to wine, as well as specific instruction on Spain's most celebrated wine region. The...

2010-01-29 07:00:00

BOGOTA, Jan. 29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Ecopetrol S.A. (NYSE: EC; BVC: ECOPETROL; BVL: EC) reports it has confirmed the presence of hydrocarbons in the Tempranillo North-1 well located in the Unified Production Agreement in the Pijao-Potrerillo area, signed between Ecopetrol and the National Hydrocarbons Agency (ANH) of Colombia. (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20090209/ARM001LOGO ) The Tempranillo North-1 well is located in the township of Aipe, Huila. Well...

2009-07-21 07:00:00

NEW YORK, July 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Following a competitive review process, the Consejo Regulador of Ribera del Duero has chosen New York-based Gregory White PR to oversee the wine region's euro 1 million plus strategic marketing campaign beginning August 2009. The new campaign -- Drink Ribera. Drink Spain. -- will include media outreach, social media initiatives, trade education, events marketing, consumer sampling and advertising. Ribera del Duero is one of the most prominent wine...

2008-03-26 00:10:00

Amid a long drought that has jeopardized this year's harvest, Australia's winemakers are reconsidering the areas in which they can grow grapes and the styles of wine they can produce. As the driest inhabited country on the planet, Australia cannot support it's winemakers without the extensive use of irrigation. And the high cost of water has made maintaining the vineyards a very expensive proposition, with water prices spiking from $300 AUD ($275 USD) to $1000 AUD ($915 USD) per megaliter."On...

2006-03-14 08:05:00

By Mary Milliken MENDOZA, Argentina -- Former investment banker Jose Manuel Ortega Fournier has courted controversy ever since he plowed his savings into Argentina's wine industry. Whether it was his space-age winery below the snowy Andes, his refusal to train vines on trellises or the sacrifice of half his grapes before harvest to improve fruit quality, the Spaniard took more than a few knocks from his neighbors. "They would come out here and say 'What is this crazy Spaniard doing?"' Ortega...

2005-11-14 12:41:35

A University of Navarre research team, made up of Irene Esparza, Jos© María Fernández, Carolina Santamaría, María Isabel Calvo and Jos© Mª García-Mina, have studied the influence of a number of metals in giving wine its colour. The work concluded that a slight change in these elements substantially modifies certain aspects of the quality of the ferments. Scientists know that colour is one...

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