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bodega

n. a corner store; a local shop. (From a Spanish term for a wineshop, or simply borrowed from Hispanic speakers in the U.S.) I picked this little thing up at my local bodega.
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MundoVino's portfolio also includes: Bodega Catena Zapata, El Enemigo, Bodega Renacer, Tilia and High Note from Argentina; Cousino-Macul, Leyda, TerraNoble and Root: 1 from Chile; Lidio Carraro from Brazil; and Clean Slate from Germany.
BODEGAS REMELLURI This 100ha estate situated is one of Rioja's most prestigious and sought-after.
Anyway, it's only 10 in the morning and there isn't a yard-arm in sight, just row upon row of huge wooden casks stacked high in a cathedral-like vaulted bodega.
Close by is the extremely personable Miguel Merino, owner of one of Rioja's smallest bodegas.
Toward this end in New York, she said, "we are working with the Bodega Association of the United States [which represents about 7,000 stores throughout the state of New York alone] to determine the best way to educate bodega owners about the problem with selling antibiotics without a prescription.
Bodegas AGE is one of the three Rioja houses and is the leading exporter of Rioja wine, according to a Guinness spokesman.
This is the second year in a row that Quintessential's Rioja producer, Bodegas Muriel, has made the list.
There are a relatively small number of bodegas to choose from, which function more like brands than wine estates.
The city, near Cadiz on the Andalucian coast, has been bringing a flush to your mother-in-law's cheeks since the 1830s, when the first bodegas were set up in the area.
Wine shipper Boutinot has postponed its planned stock market flotation after its biggest supplier, Spanish firm Bodegas y Bebidas, was taken over by Allied Domecq.
The result is that Bodegas Torres is now Spain's largest independent wine company, boasting nearly 1,500 acres of vines, mostly Parellada and Tempranillo, but also French varieties
It once was the city's premier ethnic wholesale food distribution center, servicing small retail markets and bodegas around the city.
Pernod Ricard (Paris:RI) announces the disposal, by its subsidiary Domecq Bodegas, of Spanish wine brands Marques de Arienzo[TM] and ViSa Egua[TM], the related Bodega and 358 hectares of vineyards and lands to a consortium of buyers made up of Vinos de los Herederos del Marques de Riscal SA and Gangutia S.
Three of the top wineries of Carinena - Grandes Vinos y Vinedos, Bodegas Paniza and Bodegas San Valero - presented their great value wines with food at creative Tapas Takeover events in San Francisco, Chicago, New York and Miami.
Vinos de Madrid presented their wines recently The five--Bodegas Orusco, Bodegas Nueva Valverde, Bodegas Licinia, Bodegas Senorio de Val Azul and Vinos Jeromin - are among 45 wine producers in the region that is located only one hour outside of Spain's capital.