The wine legacy of the Iberian Peninsula reflects the region’s deep and diverse cultural and geographical history. Ancient and modern sensibilities exist side by side in this glorious part of the world, offering the opportunity to taste small production wines in regions that are, surprisingly, rarely visited. Each sub region contributes its own part to the Iberian story, but there are always common threads that tie everything together.
Though wine can be appreciated on its own, some say that it only reaches its true potential when paired with food and good friends. Whatever brings you enjoyment, wine can only make it better – so let’s raise a glass to the start of a lifelong adventure in pursuit of one of life’s greatest pleasures.
Types of Wine | Storage | Serving | Tasting | Wine & Food Pairing
We have gathered a global network of incredibly interesting people who are passionate about wine, and especially about the wines of Portugal and Spain. Some are winemakers or enologists, some are producers, others are journalists or sommeliers, and each one delivers a unique perspective related to their area of expertise.