Decanter magazine: March 2019

Decanter magazine: March 2019

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Spanish discoveries: These nine small producers are leading Spanish wine down exciting new paths, reports Sarah Jane Evans MW

Top 40 Tempranillos: It’s the grape behind most of Spain’s top red wines. Pedro Ballesteros Torres MW and Sarah Jane Evans MW scour the country to find the best


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Interview: Raúl Pérez: Pedro Ballesteros Torres MW meets a ‘winemaking genius’ based in northwest Spain

Regional profile: Terra Alta: Miquel Hudin visits the high-altitude, rocky, white wine stronghold of Catalonia

Rueda: The Verdejo grapes grown here make Spain’s most popular whites. Tina Gellie reports back from the region

Producer profile: Remírez de Ganuza: This celebrated, determinedly individualistic producer calmly charts its own course as wine fashions come and go. Matt Walls tells its story

Sherry country’s quiet revolution: Could the methods and wine styles of old point to a bold new future? Sarah Jane Evans MW on the latest from Jerez

Old vines: Older vines make for superior wines, right? Natasha Hughes MW roots out the truth

Rioja 2010 panel tasting – 69 wines tasted: Barrel-aged styles from this Excellent vintage, offering impressive quality and great value

Spanish Mencía panel tasting – 89 wines tasted: These refreshing, fragrant, early-drinking reds gained high scores for their consistent quality

Expert’s choice: Premium Spanish rosé: Pedro Ballesteros Torres MW selects the very best from Spain’s many top rosado producers

Travel: eating out in Rioja: Laura Seal gets top tips from the locals

Travel: My Seville : Shawn Hennessey picks the top vibes and venues in this captivating city

Wine legend: Viña Tondonia Blanco 1964, Rioja