The first whites made with Albillo Mayor (also known in the area as Blanca del País or Albillo) with the label of the Denomination of Origin Ribera del Duero will be from the vintage 2019, while until now the wineries were forced to identify them...

A long fried pastry with a spongy middle and a crunchy outer ridge, it is no wonder why churros are a Spanish favorite. Usually accompanied with a cup of chocolate, “churros” can be eaten as  for breakfast, as a snack, or as a desert. Do...

If you have ever been to Spain, you have probably heard of the iconic concept of the “mercado”. Originally, it was the place where Spaniards would go to buy fresh produce, meats and cheese. And although the country has seen a rise of big supermarket...

The sixth of January, many catholic countries celebrate the Day of Kings, or the three Wise Men. This day is also known as the Epiphany, and in the Christian tradition celebrates the arrival of the three wise men to Bethlehem. In Spain, this holiday is...

Prepare your grapes and be around a clock! While americans might enjoy the tradition of the ringing in the New Year with a glass of champagne, Spaniards have another tradition, lesser known to foreigners. At the strike of midnight, the Spanish eat twelve grapes to...

Have some mulled wine to keep you warm this winter. As the Christmas season approaches, each day seems to get colder and colder. In many european countries, people warm up by having a glass of mulled red wine. A holiday classic! However, mulled wine was not...

Christmas is getting closer and closer and your levels of stress are getting higher and higher. While it is the most magical time of the year, it can also be the most stressful. We have to work while finding extra time to shop for our...

This is the season, of family, snow, laughter and hot chocolate. What better way to spend the days leading up to Christmas than indulging yourself in some of the world's most charming Christmas markets. Enjoy a hot chocolate or a beer while browsing unique gifts...