We export wines and food from Spain. Demand it to winesinform@gmail.com

Puede pedir vinos y alimentos de España a winesinform@gmail.com

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See some products and prices at Perennial tender - Oportunidad permanente

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miércoles, 5 de septiembre de 2007

Vinos y alimentos españoles en Singapur. Un lugar de encuentro: "Que pasa"

Wine and food from Spain in Singapore

Durante los días del 25 al 27 de Octubre se celebra en Singapur Wine for Asia 2007 que contará con la presencia de diversas bodegas españolas.

Es interesante ver la imagen que se da de España desde la web oficial:

Viva España
When we think of Spain, some of the images that we have of this country are: bull fights, tapas, Paellas and icons like Picasso and Gaudi. Wine probably would not come up top on the list. In the past 5 years, however, Spain has slowly established its name in the wine arena – an area where she should rightfully shine given that she has the largest land area dedicated to wine of any country in the world. Some of its 63 geographical delimitations (denominaciones de origin) are beginning to gain recognition – DO Cava, DO Penedés, DO Ribera del Duero, DO Ca. Rioja and DO Valdepeñas, just to name a few.
Although most of the wines from Spain are made from indigenous varieties, more and more wine-makers (like in Pénedes) are experimenting with international grape varieties such as Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Cabernet Sauvignon. Some are even putting bottles on the retail stand without bottle ageing. However, we hope that these are exceptions more than the norm as Spanish wines stand out from the rest because of its traditions.

Spanish Wines at Wine for Asia
Come and join us at WFA 2007 to discover the marvels of Spain. Over 10 wineries will be presenting their wines, from cava to still wines and from vino joven to gran reserve. These wineries include the following: Bodegas San Dionisio SC, Huerta de Albala, Marques de Valdelacasa, SL, New Vinergia 2005 SL (representing a group of wineries), Bodegas Cristo de la Vega, Fernandez de Arcaya.


Desde mi punto de vista hablar de experimentación por que se introduzcan variedades no locales es desconocer el futuro del sector. Recientemente un importador alemán rechazó una bodega de Mallorca porque sus vinos eran procedentes de uvas no autóctonas (Cabernet y compañía) y cuando hablamos de una bodega innovadora no pensamos ya en la que introduce cabernets si no en la que recupera y potencia variedades autóctonas de calidad

Por cierto que en Singapore hay un lugar a cuidar/utilizar el bar-restaurante-tienda "Que pasa" el más antiguo de Singapur, especializado en productos españoles

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