Archive for the Tag 'Spain'

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The Wine Scholar Guild ~ How to become an expert for French, Italian, and Spanish Wines

Real story: When in Boston, I was a bit lost, so I asked a police offer, “How do I get to Harvard?” His answer, “Study haaad.” How does anyone learn about wine? Well, if you spend 25 years in it, you’ll have a great background in whatever companies that employ you. Or, you can just […]

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From the Chill to the Thrill ~ 2015 Senda\Verde Godello Bierzo

This is how it works for me, today… Wine Century Club #167 Senda\Verde 2015 Godello, Bierzo, (082016). La Senda Bodegas y Viñedos España Samples arrive from all over the world, and I’m thrilled. My scope of wine is expanding exponentially steeper daily about the world of wine, every time my door bell rings and a […]

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Wine Century Club Expands Your Mind and Your Palate with Senda Wines’ Treixadura

This is how it works for me, today… Wine Century Club #166 Treixadura (081716) – Senda\Verde 2015 Ribeiro La Senda Bodegas y Viñedos Spain Samples arrive from all over the world, and I’m thrilled. My scope of wine is expanding exponentially steeper daily about the world of wine, every time my door bell rings and […]

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Top 10 intriguing things about Spain and its wines

Spain and its wines Paella is a rice dish, not a seafood dish. (Whew, I’m allergic to sea food, so I’ll cozy up more to see what that protein is.) Ten top regions in Spain: Andalusia Asturias Basque Country Catalonia Castilla y Leon Extremadura Galicia Valencia Madrid Valencia The exciting nightlife in Madrid kicks off […]

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Around the Wine World in Seven Days

Around the Wine World in Seven Days is going to be a celebration of my appreciation for the wine import brands that have discovered and appreciate Wine Blog as a resource. I’ve always had winged feet. If it’s from somewhere else, I want to explore it all. While my immediate neighborhood has always been import-ant […]

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Non-GMO wine – Score!

Natural Merchants has receives Non-GMO Project Verification for 29 core wines imported from Europe. Yeah! If you don’t know, I’m a huge Non-GMO wine proponent. Who knows where these experiments will go, and honestly, we’re the guinea pigs. That just boils my butt… I’ve got kids and grand kids who have problems with digestion. No-one in […]

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Amelasio Tempranillo es una seductora

Amelasio Tempranillo es una seductora (a seductress): an enchantress, femme fatale, temptress, siren all describe this wine… With its deliciously ample and full bodied flavors, this wine was a just delightful one to enjoy. Brought to us (imported) by Vinos & Bodegas of Ciudad Real, Spain, the 2010 Amelasio Tempranillo’s color is cherry red with tinges […]

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Natural Merchants introduces Spanish Tarantas Monastrell, made with 100 percent organically grown grapes

Natural Merchants introduces Spanish Tarantas Monastrell, made with 100 percent organically grown grapes. Based in Grants Pass, Oregon, and Cartagena, Spain, Natural Merchants is pleased to be a leading importer and distributor of the finest natural and organic foods, as well as organic and biodynamic wines. They source their products directly from the Mediterranean. This […]

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I’m With Parker on This One ~ Possibly the last weigh in

Why? Robert Parker, Jr., spent his entire wine career adhering to very a strict rule; namely, he’s paid his own way. This has allowed for him to candidly say and write whatever he’s wanted. As a consequence, his reviews and assessments have always been from a very pure, unencumbered place. When he decided that he […]

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Picking the Brain of Someone in Wine Retail

I believe that it’s my duty – at this stage in my career – to mentor an upcoming wine generation. The new writers aren’t starting blogs, so much, though; they’re working for marketing companies… It seems that there’s become an established group who flew into the slight crack of the socialnomics window, and I was […]