How many of you have gone on a trip to a wine region. Fell in love with the wine you try and end up buying a whole bunch of the wines that you tried and “fell in love with”. Then […]
Rías Baixas continues to get press, this note from Pennsilvania offers some notes on a few of my favorite wines from this region. Read more here.
Just plain weird. Living here you quickly learn that ETA is not a powerful force. I live with 2 Basque’s and both though having different opinions on “basque sepratism” think that ETA’s time has passed. I think someone should tell […]
Found this press release in my inbox today and thought it sounded interesting. 1st World Meeting on GLOBAL WARMING & WINE The natural greenhouse effect maintains the earth at a warm and ideal temperature, hotter than what it would be […]
Ok, so I still have a sniffle and I still have a headache, but I can smell, and at times taste! Oh joy oh joy! Such a long time without a sniffer and without wine. Tonight I think I’ll pour […]
I know most wine “geeks” shun it, but I still love it on a hot summers day overlooking a Spanish plaza! Read more here.
She’s back! My wife and blossoming wine enthusiast, once again, adds a bit of her growing knowledge to my humble blog. Hope you all enjoy, and let her know you want more! Till soon, Ryan Opaz Last September, I had […]
Not directly wine related, but it could be. Snow in the winter is good for vines in the summer…we’ll see what happens!Read the full report here.
Some good notes by Andrew over at Spittoon, on 6 Spanish wines. Looks like the meal was good too!Read all about them here.
Nuts, sure. But what else tastes great with sherry? Almost anything: Sherry has a wide spectrum, from crisp clean finos to thick rich creams. The easy route with any wine is food from the same neighborhood. When Tampa’s Columbia restaurant […]