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Spain’s Little-Known Bobal ‘Unveiled’ in NYC

Posted on  | April 22, 2015   Bookmark and Share
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About 40 miles inland from Spain’s Valencian coast, the DO of Utiel-Requena boasts a Mediterranean climate; 2,700 years of continuous viticulture; and an abundance of quality Bobal, the third most planted grape in Spain, considered by some to be the country’s best-kept secret. A group of producers visited NYC in March to present their wines and bolster distribution; and educator Brian Freedman led a seated tasting on Bobal’s diversity and potential prior to a walkaround.

Educator Brian Freedman speaks on the range of Bobal styles.

Katrin Naelapaa, Wines from Spain; and José Luis Robredo, DO Utiel-Requena

At a walkaround tasting following the seminar, producers met with members of the NYC wine trade.


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