Quality not Quantity
Editor’s Note: Here is the next article in a series from my lovely wife Gabriella. This one focuses on her experiences learning about the wines that come from the grape Tempranillo. Currently she is gone for a month leading a […]
Yesterday I was hired to do a tasting for a bunch of Americans. In reality, they were a bunch of Spaniards and one American. Fortunately, because they all worked for an American company, I could thankfully use a bit of […]
Lower yeilds leading to problems with winemaker/grower relations.
So computer problems again have got me down! Anyone have a spare? Actually, it was the internet that was down, but now it’s up and I’m back again. While I finish up a couple of articles, one hopefully on the […]
The Way We Eat: Raising the Tapas Bar – New York Times
Wonder How will this effect the world market?
Recently, I have seen on the web a number of wine writers who have dismissed sherry as wine “not drunk by Spaniards” and better left to “Grandma at Christmas”. I’m shocked and a bit irked. Why has such a noble […]
What type of wine is your favorite player?
A great article describing both the [wine and food in La Rioja->http://travel2.nytimes.com/2005/08/28/travel/28rioja.html?8dpc=&pagewanted=all], courtesy of the New York Times. Meanwhile, new regions outside of Rioja, [are equally getting recognized for their wines,->http://www.bradenton.com/mld/bradenton/entertainment/12526390.htm] and I assume that this trend will only continue […]