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2005 J. Miquel Jané Penedès Rosé

2005 J. Miquel Jané Penedès – Spain, Catalunya, Penedès (11/11/2006)100% Cabernet Sauvignon Gorgeous Ruby color, very clear. The nose shows a light vanilla/cherry nose with cassis liquor, rose petals and a touch of spice as it opens. Pretty fun to smell though the nose is the highlight. Fruit driven in […]

MI VINO – Article on the Rosé Cava

Within the last few years, the production of sparkling wine has extended over all of Spain’s oenology, up to the point in which today, nearly all of the autonomous communities can raise their glasses to a toast made with local bubbles. However, amongst the majority of them, cava without doubt […]

Rosé’s of Navarra

I went to a tasting a couple of days ago at [Lavinia->http://www.lavinia.es/dsp/?disp=home.HomeDispatcher&Code1=1789460937&Code2=169] in Madrid and had the chance to try about a dozen wines – some great and some not so hot. Currently, the weather here is down-right balmy, and when the temperature gets this hot, my mind tends to […]

2016 Luxury Wine & Food Tour

“This trip was incredible. The team at Catavino put together a love letter to Porto and the Douro and allowed us to share it with them.” – Bill Bennett, 2015 Traveler w/Catavino Catavino welcomes you to join us on a luxury six-day wine tour that we created to allow you to discover the […]

Romantic Restaurants in Lisbon for Valentines

If Lisbon were a guest at a house party, it wouldn’t be in the limelight. And that’s exactly what I adore about this city. Picture yourself at this house party. Small groups of four or five congregate around bowls of peanuts and glasses of wine. Paris is delicately holding a […]

A Beginner’s Guide to Madeira Wine

Did you know that Madeira was poured during Thomas Jefferson’s toast at the signing of the Declaration of Independence in 1776, or that it was savored at the inauguration of George Washington shortly thereafter? At one time, Madeira was so ubiquitous that it perfumed ladies’ handkerchieves; was given to military personnel for service of […]

Top Ten Authentic Dishes to Enjoy in Cadaqués

Cadaqués is a beautiful white and blue fishing town two and a half hours north of Barcelona, and is considered by many to be the “Pearl of the Costa Brava.” The history of Cadaqués is tied into a long tradition of fishing, agriculture, and viticulture, so make the most of […]