Introductory tasting of Spanish Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO)

On June 12 the Chamber organized, in collaboration with Alma Cervera, an “Introductory tasting of Spanish Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO)”. Alma Cervera has recently launched her business focusing on the tasting and distribution of Spanish EVOOs, selecting products with the best varieties.

EVOOs from different Spanish regions were tasted, learning about the different tasting techniques and the principles of oil making.

Alma Envero was one of the tasted oils, 100% virgin extra, cultivated, picked and processed through traditional techniques and environmentally friendly. The crop is located in the north east of Murcia, with centenary olive trees and from the varieties of Picual and Arbequina.

The oil SUCUM, from the company Dehesa Frías S.L., was also tasted. From this “finca” located in the north of Seville, the oil is extracted from the first crop from olives of the variety Picuda from Baena.

The oils were tasted with innovative pairings, such as preparation of potato and cod, melon and cucumber cream and different charcuterie such as jamon serrano, manchego cheese and cecina.

For more information we invite you to visit Alma Cervera’s website:

Introductory Tasting of Spanish wines

On June 6th, the Official Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Belgium and Luxembourg organized, in collaboration with sommelier Alfonso Escubós of AE Vinos, an introductory tasting of Spanish wines.

A total of five Spanish wines from different regions such as Catalonia and Galicia were tasted. Through its characteristics, were analyzed the different elements that combine to reach the final result, the tasting techniques and the principles of winemaking.

The tasting was attended by about ten members and took place in a relaxed atmosphere.

Spanish wine tasting in Luxembourg organized by Bodegas Salferso Wines

During the 25th and 26th of May, the winery Salferso Wine organized, in collaboration of the Official Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Belgium and Luxembourg, an Open Doors event for the first anniversary of its store in Walferdange.

The following wineries participated in the event : Trus / Ribera del Duero, Lagar d’Amprius / Teruel, Ardèvol / Priorato, Nodus / Valencia, Oxer Bastigieta / Rioja, Alter / Ribeir, y Rodríguez de Vera / Almansa

The participants had the chance to taste different wines and other gastronomic specialties.

Spanish wine tasting in Luxembourg organized by Salferso Wines

Last Friday, 13 November, Salferso Wines organized a Spanish wine tasting in Luxembourg, in collaboration with the Official Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Belgium and Luxembourg.

The wine tasting was attended by the Ambassador of Spain in Luxembourg Carlos de Lojendio y Pardo Manuel de Villena, as well as several members of the Chamber in Luxembourg. The event, that lasted the whole afternoon, counted on the collaboration of different Spanish wine exporters, coming from all over Spain with the aim of promoting their products in the Grand Duchy.

Spanish wine tasting in Luxembourg

The Official Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Belgium and Luxembourg is pleased to invite you on Thursday 13 November to a Spanish wine tasting of exclusive wines from Bodega Salferso. The event will take place from 15h to 22h and will be organized by the Kriibskrank Kanner Strassen Foundation.

The selection of wine will be the following:

Bodega Trus – Ribera del Duero
Baron de Solar – 
Lagar d’Amprius – Teruel
Rodriguez de Vera – Castilla la Mancha
Celler Ardevol – 
Cava Maria Casanovas – Sant Sadurni

Place: Cinema Utopolis – (45 Avenue John F. Kennedy, Luxembourg Ville)

Free entrance

Register here

Spanish analytical wine tasting

On the 1st on March the Official Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Belgium and Luxembourg  organized a Spanish wine tasting seminar. The event was presented in English by Alfonso Escubós, diplom. oenologist and educator of the Academy of Wine of Spain.

In an analytical wine tasting one glass of each wine was provided for every single participant to be tasted, from the very beginning; thus, six wines would mean a set of six glasses. When the presentation of each wine has been completed, the taster could analyze and compare all of them.

In a conventional sequential wine tasting, this possibility of comparative analysis, is limited and can also be compromised when the glasses are not the most suitable and/or even reused for the next wine sample to come. The seminar was not only fast tasting / work the 6 wines, it involves everything, from the glass to the cork including the bottle, the varieties, DO, etc.