Celebrate the Arrival of Spring with a World Class Dry Rose’

Its been an unbelievably long and cold winter, but it appears that spring might have finally arrived, and nothing in the wine world better signals the arrival of spring than rose’! When we speak of rose’, we generally mean the drier, more European style, pinkish-hued wines. Historically, pink wines were predominantly dry, until the White Zinfandel craze of the 1980’s made pink synonymous with overly sweet in the mind of many wine drinkers. Dry style rose’ has been making a comeback over the past decade or so, and it really has hit full steam only over the past couple of years. …
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Explore the Wines of Ole’ Imports

Visit any wine shop or restaurant these days, and you are bound to find a healthy selection of Spanish wines. Look closer, and a great number of these wines are bound to be the selections of Ole’ Imports. Founded in 1999 by partners Patrick Mata and Alberto Orte with only three wines, the company has been one of the key players in the growth of Spanish wine over the past decade, and today represent over 100 wines from every corner of Spain. Their goal is to “search the Spanish peninsula for wines that share four fundamental elements: terroir, quality fruit, exceptional winemaking and last but not least, wines that present …
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