Okay, so I’ve thought long and hard about this. What I really want for Catavino is a BROAD exploration of Iberian wines. I have a few native Portuguese and Spanish speakers out there who read Catavino from time to time, some with blogs and some without, and I’m interested in drawing them in to help not only those outside of Spain learn more about Iberian wine, but ironically, those inside Spain as well.
So here’s the deal. If your either an English speaking or Spanish speaking wine lover and would like to have a chance to contribute to Catavino, drop me a line. I will only accept native speakers who are willing to write in their native language. You need to be able to contribute weekly, and have either experience or interest in the wine industry on any level.
Benefits include: a chance to taste more wine, free entrance to trade fairs and events, and finally, the opportunity to learn more about the wines you love.
For those of you in the audience that don’t understand Spanish, don’t worry, the Spanish version of the website will be kept over at www.Catavino.es. From time to time, we will be crossing stories over by translating the ones that we think everyone should know about in these cases too, you can look at them as opportunities to learn a little Spanish, having both both and English and Spanish version side by side. That said, Catavino.net will continue to focus on what is available outside of the USA, while Catavino.es will focus on things that might be more pertinent inside of Iberia.
Contact us at: comments at the site of Catavino on the net Please do not put requests to write in the comments section.
This project has no time frame. We need to find some writers, and who knows how long that could take. Stay tuned…