Pesquera

At the end of the nineteen sixties, the Spanish wine with the highest reputation was Vega Sicilia, from a village on the southern bank on the River Duero or Douro. This wine was made from a blend of Bordeaux grape varieties and the local Tinto del País, a clone of the Tempranillo. In the village …

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Château du Seuil

Château du Seuil lies at the extreme south-east of the Graves appellation, overlooking the river Garonne and bordering the sweet wine appellation of Barsac. This gives Château du Seuil the opportunity of producing a range of wines in a variety of styles. Whilst the château itself dates back only to the nineteenth century, there have …

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