Understanding Spanish Wine Talk

Matías Costa / ICEX

Matías Costa / ICEX

Attention Spanish wine lovers! This is just a friendly reminder if you still haven’t gotten the chance to check out the Wine Glossary on Foods and Wines from Spain.

This glossary is a fantastic tool for fans of Spanish wines who are thinking about traveling to Spanish wine country, reading about Spanish wines, or just enjoying a bottle either out and about or in the comfort of their own homes.

Common Spanish wine terms are listed in Spanish (of course!) and then briefly defined in English. What does it mean when a wine has been aireado, or when it is described in the tasting notes as being dulzón, or having a buena lágrima?

I’ll never tell, but the Foods and Wines from Spain Wine Glossary will!!


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