Serving Hearty Fare? Uncork a Spanish Red.

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Serving Hearty Fare? Uncork a Spanish Red. | March 6, 6:38 pm   
  


"Spain devotes more of its land to growing grapes than any other nation on Earth. In recent years, its 4.5 million acres of vineyards have been producing wines of unprecedented quality, with impressive values to be found among them. With so many of this season's stews and roasts crying out for a nice bottle of red, it's an ideal time to pick up a few from Spain." Source: washingtonpost.com


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Carignane: A dying breed of the red wine grapes because it does not produce high quality wines that consumers expect today. However, its deep red color, heavy tannins and high alcohol content make it popular in table wines. Found in the Mediterranean region.





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