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Cap de Barbaria

Cap de Barbaria Petit Hotel stands in a wine-producing estate. Consequently, we wanted to create a small unique vineyard in 1999 that produces the best quality of wine possible from the Cap de Barbaria terroir. The hotel and restaurant were originally a grand estate fromt he 1600s that was restored into both a quaint exclusive hotel and a restaurant renown for its French Mediterranean cuisine.

Callet

Callet is not an internationally known red grape, but one that has made itself a name throughout Mallorca, Spain. In the past, it was considered a rustic grape used only for making young rosés and reds, but has now lent itself to making deep-coloured, low-alcohol blends. When blended with varieties […]

How to be a Wine Expert

Recently, as I was flipping through the February issue of Food and Wine Magazine when I came across the title of an article that sent my heavy sense of sarcasm flying, become a wine expert in 28 days. “Yeah”, I thought to myself, “if they hold the secret to make […]

Wine without Frontiers

It’s not everyday that two people come up with a way to both fight hunger and drink wine all at the same time. Personally, I think it’s a pretty damn clever idea! Nicolas Beausset and Geraldine Reinhold Von Essen had a dream to incorporate their love of wine with travel […]

Wine Labeling Law

Did you know that the US is known in Spain as the “Country of Laws”? And if Spain refers to our country in this way, I would confidently make the assumption that our reputation far extends past the Iberian Peninsula as an obsessively “judicial” country. After the most recent bout […]