Category: Spanish Wine

Spain: translating tradition

This month Damian Carrington – Agency Director of Fields, Morris and Verdin – explains his fondness for Spain, a nation which he feels strikes the perfect balance between holding onto the past and seeking out its future. I will come clean. I love Spain and the Spanish. This is a love that has deep roots; […]

Grandes Pagos de España

As part of this month’s spotlight on all things Spanish, Simon Field MW – our Spain Buyer – reports on the Grandes Pagos de España, a truly unique and exciting organisation producing quite extraordinary wines. My relationship with the Grandes Pagos de España, initially at least, was something of an accident. On travels, in restaurants, […]

Secondary statistics: Italy and Spain

Following on from our report on the secondary market for Burgundy, Fine Wine Sales Manager Matthew Tipping takes a look at sales of fine wine from Spain and Italy on BBX, our wine broking exchange; identifying the vintages, regions and producers most in demand. Diversification in the fine wine market has been a significant trend […]

Spanish knights

Late last month our Spain Buyer, Simon Field MW, was awarded the privilege of joining the ‘Gran Orden de Caballeros del Vino’, roughly translated as the Grand Order of the Knights of Wine. Here he writes about the honour bestowed, and the operatic parallels of the week in question. It was to be a busy week. Our […]