Learn About Marques de Monistrol
During the 16th century, along the banks of the Anoia River 40 farmers dedicated themselves to cultivating their rich vineyards. One century later, the nearby village of Sant Sadurni d'Anoia would emerge, and later, D. Felipe de Vilan, of Monistrol, would expand the vineyards, planted so long ago. The Marquis of Monistrol increased the vine crop, and later, dedicated part of the vintage to the preparation of a sparkling wine.
Learn About Other Spain
The third largest country in production, Spain ranks first in land under vine. Diversity and innovation are the key factors bringing Spain back into the world wine market.
The most popular red varieties of Spain include Tempranillo and Garnacha (Grenache). Whites don't garner quite as much recognition, but there are some regional varieties not to be missed, like Albarino...
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Learn About Non-Vintage
Most Champagne you encounter will be NV, or non-vintage. This is because the base wine is a blend of wine from
In producing non-vintage wines, Champagne houses strive to keep the taste consistent year by year, and non-vintage
the winemakers flexibility in blending, ensuring a constant style each year. Non-vintage Champagne...
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