As we are enjoying the holidays with family in Norway, savoring cured lamb and drinking aquavit, we’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite articles throughout the year. We hope you enjoy them and feel free to leave a comment as to which was your favorite Catavino article! Whether it’s from the list, or an article you fondly remember, let us know.
- 3 Portuguese Wines and an Orange Metal Bucket
- 9th Annual OTBN: Open the Bottle Night
- Announcing Wine Blog Wednesday 38 – Portuguese Table Wines with Caveats!
- How to be a Wine Expert
- It’s Done, Finished, Set to Go and Ready for Download! Catavino’s 1st Newletter!
- Podcast #28 – Andrew Holod of Grapes of Spain
- Podcast #29 – Spanish Wine, Food, and Travel Writer Gerry Dawes (pt1)
- Portuguese Wine Retailer, Vitor Mendes, and his Passion for Portuguese Wine
- Sherry Rooftop Tasting Video
- Spanish Cheese Grommit, Cheeeeese!
- Spanish Wines are Perfect American Palate Wines and Here’s the Proof!
- Top Five Mistakes in Serving Sherry
- Tomatoes with your Wine – What do you like? + a Bonus Story!
- Top Ten Winery Website Mistakes/Annoyances
- We’re Sherry Educators
A lazy Friday night uncovers three Portuguese white wines that both astound and severely disappoint us.
Why is Open the Bottle Night, created by Dorothy Gaiter and John Brecher, columnists for the wine section in the Wall Street Journal, a highly recommended event for Catavino?
Read about our initial steps in hosting Wine Blog Wednesday #38. The mission was to step away from Port and Madeira and focus solely on Portuguese Table Wines.
Can anyone be a wine expert in 28 days? Wine and Food Magazine seems to think you can, while wholeheartedly beg to differ!
Our first ever newsletter! This is a must read as it details our 40+ Port wine tasting notes, featured interviews with Taylor’s Flatgate and a secret wine you’ll have to discover yourself.
Listen to Ryan’s interview with the Marketing Manager for an exclusively Spanish portfolio, Grapes of Spain, as well as one of the top Spanish wine importers in the US market.
Listen to one of the most respected wine and food journalists share his experiences traveling across Spain over the past 30 years.
Meet a passionate Portuguese winemaker and hear his story on where Portuguese wine stands today in the international market.
Just as the title says, Catavino discovering sherry on our fabulous rooftop!
Jack at Fork and Bottle recently offered us a challenge: buy an artisanal or farmtead cheese and investigate food and beverage pairings with that cheese. Fork & Bottle will then take all the cheese and food pairings and create a master reference page with only the good pairing results.
If the Garagistes are “dead” because the wines don’t last, well then I say phooey! Here in Iberia, some of our greatest wines have lasted many lifetimes. In fact, we still drink Madeiras from Thomas Jefferson’s cellar. Read more!
Great article on knowing how to serve sherry and what types of food to pair it with!
A quick story of Ryan’s grandpa and his first real tomato!
Find out what wineries can do to make their website more functional and user-friendly.
After 5 days and 4 nights, we tasted some of the most delicate Finos and Manzanillas, thick unctuous PXs and nutty, yeasty Amontillados. Yet, we feel like we’ve only spotted the tip of sherry’s oenophilic iceberg of flavors.