At the end of last month, I attended a wine tasting with fellow Munich-based wine people. We met at a restaurant downtown and everybody brought one or two bottles of wine to taste during our dinner. We worked out a deal with the restaurant in order to decrease the otherwise very expensive corkage per bottle. While many of
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Bodegas Hermanoes Pérez Pascuas is a winery from the Spanish region Castile and León. The winery produces six red wines. All of them are at least in parts manufactured with Tempranillo grapes. It is said to be that Bodegas Hermanos Pérez Pascuas is one of the best wineries in the Ribera del Duero. They bottle
Bodegas Valdemar is a Spanish winery from Oyon which is a town in the Rioja wine-region. Bodegas Valdemar actually consists of four small wineries which together produces a total of 22 wines. I actually wanted to open this bottle at Tempranillo-day but unfortunately I couldn’t. Therefore I decided to open the wine at a dinner.