Most regions in Spain celebrate the end of the harvest with a deep exhalation and a press release celebrating the quality level (always Very Good or Excellent). There is also usually a smaller note about the production totals which might tell a touch more than the “Very Good/Excellent” quality level, but beyond that, it doesn’t tell terribly much. This wasn’t the case for DOP Cebreros, a region at the level of Vino de Calidad de Indicación Geográfica or VCIG and not (yet) a DO which is located in the Castilla […]
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