• Cordoba (Vino de la Tierra)

  • Galvez (Vino de la Tierra)

  • Formentera (Vino de la Tierra)

    Formentera (Vino de la Tierra)

    Formentera is a Spanish geographical indication for Vino de la Tierra wines located in Formentera in the autonomous region of the Balearic Islands, Spain. Vino de la Tierra is one step below the mainstream Denominación de Origen indication on the Spanish wine quality ladder.

  • Tino De Angelis

    Anthony "Tino" De Angelis (November 3, 1915 – September 26, 2009) was a Bayonne, New Jersey, commodities trader who bought and sold vegetable oil futures around the world. In 1962 he started to corner the market for soybean oil, used in salad dressing. In the aftermath, investors (51 banks) learned that he had bilked them out of about $175 million in total ($1.2 billion in year 2000 dollars). The scandal is named after De Angelis's company, Allied Crude Vegetable Oil Refining Corporation.

  • Vino de Pago

    Vino de Pago is a classification for Spanish wine applied to individual vineyards or wine estates, unlike the Denominación de Origen (DO) or Denominación de Origen Calificada (DOCa) which is applied to an entire wine region. The Vino de Pago classification was introduced in 2003 by a decision in the Cortes Generales, the Spanish parliament, to help further improve the quality of Spanish wine. As of 2017, there were 17 Vinos de Pago.

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