International Tempranillo Day
International Tempranillo Day is held on November 12. Celebrated always on the 2nd Thursday of November. This event in the second decade of the month november is annual.
In 2011, Tempranillo Advocates, Producers, and Amigos Society (TAPAS) organized the first annual International Tempranillo Day.
Tempranillo, indigenous to Spain and used in the great Rioja and Ribera del Duero wines, is planted in 500,000 acres of the world’s vineyards, making it the fourth most planted wine grape, and that would be enough to celebrate.
Hashtags: #TempranilloDay or #Tempranillo
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