~ Capa Negra Iberico de Bellota, Bone-In Jamon (36 months)
~ I Jamon Tacos Ham (small cubes) 500g
~ Laudes Iberico de Bellota, Bone-In Jamon (36 months)
~ Capa Negra Iberico de Bellota, Paleta (36 months)
~ Capa Negra Iberico de Bellota, Jamon (36 months)
~ Katealde 98% Goose Liver
~ Corumbel and Rubio Anada 1965 8 °
~ Iberian Loin
~ Iberian Fore Loin (Secreto Iberico)
~ Iberian Tenderloin
~ Olivalle - Extra Virgin Olive Oil (organic)
~ Olivalle - Extra Virgin Olive Oil (organic)
~ Porkus Crianza Rioja 2008
~ Luis Felipe Brandy Gran Reserva
~ Rioja Reserva 2006, Marques del Atrio
~ Mont Ferrant Brut Reserva 2008
~ Llopart Rose Brut 2009
Iberico - This species of pig was once present all along the forests of the Mediterranean area, but today it has been reduced and confined to half a dozen places in the southwest of the Iberian Peninsula : Salamanca, the Extremadura meadows, the mountains of Huelva; the region of Algare in Portugal and some isolated area in the mountain of Cordoba and Cadiz. Thanks to the Dehesa system that Spain set up many centuries ago in raising Iberian pigs. The animal is fed with acorns (rich in oleic acid, the same acid found in olive oil) and a natural wild foraging diet including herbs, roots and legumes. The diet helps the pig building a high concentration of monounsaturated fat (more than 50% of the fat content) with distinctive rich and subtle flavor in his body. This helps produce good cholesterol known as HDL while reducing bad cholesterol, LDL.

Spanish cured ham, both Iberico and Serrano, is high in iron, magnesium, zinc, calcium, phosphorous, vitamins B1 and B2.
Spain has the biggest agricultural area in West Europe with water around most of areas and is situated where the Mediterranean meets the Atlantic in her south tip. This beautiful country has resourceful raw material from the sea and the land, ready for any outstanding cuisine in the world, including seafood, vegetables, herbal and fruit, pork and lamb meats. Particularly the Iberian pork cuts, (such as pluma, secreto, presa, lomo etc.) are the most delicious pork meat in the world.

All these items, surely at the “best of the best” grade of their category, are to be brought to our honorable customers with delectable taste buds.
Today, the food lover, who has little compromise on selection of fine and luxury food, is growing with more health conscious and aware of what are consumed. Organic farming refers to a farming system which uses organic manure and uses no synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, and chemicals. The organic farming generates a positive impact on the environment. Spain has a range of ecosystem. The peninsula has Mediterranean climates where it has warm and wet winter and long sunny and dry summer along the coastal line. This creates one of the fundamental conditions for organic and healthy farming.

The organic Iberian pig raised in Dehesa system, feeds in pastures where grass and natural vegetation are not polluted by toxic residues from pesticides or herbicides. Any additional feedings must be certified and authorized for use in ecologically friendly production.

Organic wine is made of organic grapes and without chemicals added during fermentation and whole processing. Market shows the trend of increasing consumption of organic wine in the mature markets including Europe. The Spanish organic wine industry owes its dynamism to the large number of wineries. Between 2010 and 2011 the surface area given over to organic vineyards tripled.

Biodynamic wine produces from a practical method of farming, which embodies the ideal of ever-increasing ecological self-sufficiency just as with modern agro-ecology. Biodynamic wines are more "floral", tend to result in better balance in growth, resulting in a wine with the correct balance of flavor and alcohol content, even with changing climate conditions.
The pest destroy in the late 19th Century urged the French winemakers moving away from France. The Pyrenees as a natural barrier held back the pest destroy and retained the winemakers running their operation in Spain.

Spain is the most widely planted wine production nation and is the third largest wine producer of the world following France and Italy. There are excellent red wines from traditional areas such as Rioja and Navarre, and also from emerging wine-growing regions such as Ribera del Duero and Somontano. The country has more than 50 Spanish Denominación de Origen areas, equivalent to France's Appellation d'origine controllée, while Crianza, Reserva and Gran Reserva indicate the different degrees of aging. Bubbly cava from Penedés in Catalonia, made following the same method as champagne, is one the world's best-selling sparkling wine.

Whether you are looking for a special Spanish cava to spice up a special occasion or a Spanish wine for food pairing, they are able to deliver a message of taste, aroma and pleasure that comes in a bottle by connecting with the richness of tradition, blending with innovative technique and creative concepts.
I Jamon Museo offers the most ideal combination of fine food selected by inhouse gourmet expert for all festive seasons.
More recognition and consumption on Spanish gourmet food in local market is the key objectives of ijamon.com.
The ijamon.com would launch promotions on some special items in seasonal period of the year at favourable prices.
Despite of all sorts of delicious food items, organic production itself in Spain is widespread since 2009. The greater the demand for organic goods, the more of this healthy food will stay here for us to enjoy. No doubt that more new organic and healthy items will be introduced in the near future.
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