SPA­NISH WI­NE AND ITS HIS­TO­RIC SU­PRE­MACY IN CU­BA (PART 1)

Excelencias Gourmet - - In Vino Veritas -

Over the cen­tu­ries, Spa­nish wi­ne has ta­ken cen­ter sta­ge in Cu­ba. The­re is no ot­her drink of this kind with such im­pact on the Cu­ban mar­ket. Its pre­sen­ce has been bac­ked up by nu­me­rous reasons, es­pe­cially cul­tu­ral.

In the sa­me breath, it has been pro­ven that no wi­ne from any ot­her na­tio­na­lity can de­li­ver a bet­ter pai­ring with Cu­ban food. The Spa­nish in­fluen­ce in our cui­si­ne de­fi­ni­ti­vely ma­kes Cu­ban dis­hes tas­te bet­ter when ac­com­pa­nied by whi­te wines from Ga­li­cia, Ca­ta­lo­nia, or red wines from Rio­ja, Cas­ti­lla León, Na­va­rra, just to men­tion some re­gions. Our tra­di­tio­nal sau­sa­ges and re­ci­pes are in per­fect har­mony with the aro­mas and tastes of Spa­nish wines.

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