The exportation of wine from Rioja have grown by 3.3% in the first ten months of 2005, relative to the previous year. The sales amounted to 56.3 million litres, according to the Grupo de Criadores y Exportadores de Vinos de […]
The New Year is right around the corner, and I hope that all of you are getting ready to spend it with good friends and great wine. 2005 was the first year of many for Catavino, and we’re looking forwards […]
Another year come and gone as we head into the biggest day for consuming sparkling wines. For most people, Champagne will be the wine of choice with bright stars bubbling up in the glass as we count down to the […]
As the year winds down, and we look over our shoulders at the year behind us, we realized how much information Catavino has provided. Therefore, in the coming days, we’ll be linking you back to some of the early articles […]
Gabriella and I are just minutes from heading out the door to Norway for X-Mas. We get a 2 week vacation with our Norwegian relatives and we’re looking forward to it for sure. Don’t worry though, we’ll be posting from […]
Port and Foie Gras together? Now we’re talking! It’s always a favorite holiday treat. Read about it here.
With the holidays here, and time seemingly short, I thought I would rely on some old tasting notes. It’s pretty crazy around here, but I wanted to share with you one of my favorite holiday treats. It’s a classic, and […]
Here are some good alternatives to Champange this holiday season. Try a cava! Read more here.
What is Mencia? It’s a grape on the rise right now in Spain, as a result of famous estates such as Dominio de Tares. Although, searching around the web will yield many results for information on this grape. So why […]
The EU is close to passing a deal that would allow American winemakers better opportunities in exporting their wines to Europe. Although some countries feel that it gives the Americans an unfair advantage. Read more here.