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Food & Wine Magazine names Joan D'Anguera as a best new Spanish wine
From Food & Wine Magazine: May 2006
By Ray Isle
"The Best New Spanish Wines"
Why Spain Is Hot
Americans bought almost $170 million worth of Spanish wine last year—10 percent more than the year before, and an almost 44 percent climb from five years ago. Why? Possibly because Spain is producing more new, world-class wines than ever before, thanks in part to an abundance of brilliant winemaking talent. At the same time, Spain remains a source for some of the best wine values around, especially robust reds from emerging regions like Toro and Jumilla.
The Next Generation [of Famous Names]
Joan & Josep D'Anguera
2003 Joan D'Anguera Finca L'Argatà ($24)
The young brothers who oversee this 200-year-old family estate have been instrumental in putting the Montsant region on the map, with wines like this spicy, red-fruited blend of Syrah, Grenache (Garnacha) and Cabernet.
In the Press
From Time Out Chicago:
"White Hot: A Blond bombshellfrom Spain invades Chicago's wine lists"
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