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Interview with Barcelona Food Journalist and Author: Tara Stevens

Editor’s Note: Tara Stevens is a well known name in the Barcelona food world, both by expatriate readers of the popular English-language magazine Barcelona Metropolitan, as well as by locals who hound her incessantly for a review of their new joint. Knowing Tara personally, it’s funny to me when she comes up in conversation. […]

Changing Behaviors and Admitting You Are Wrong – Life Lessons

Today’s post is inspired by reflection based on an unintentional mistake. Here at Catavino, and the money making arm of our company, Catavino Marketing, we spend the majority of our time showing wineries how change can alter their current conditions. For example, simply by talking to consumers online, they can […]

Final Thoughts Regarding Wine Future 2009

As you all know, Ryan and I went to Wine Future with a team of 4 additional people: Michael Oudyn, Raymond Magourty, Eduardo Benito and Juan Manuel Gonzalvo. Robert McIntosh was also a key player on our team, adding an immense amount to the Live Blog and Twitter stream, while […]

Top 10 Portuguese Wines at Essencia do Vinho 2009

Last Thursday, we came to Essencia do Vinho to not only conduct our very first workshop on social media and blogging, but to also participate in the “Top 10 Vinhos Portuguesas”. But before we list the wines, we both want to make it clear that although these wines are considered […]

Interview with Japanese Wine Blogger Yuko Satake

Last September, Ryan and I helped judge the “Best Catalan Wine Blog Competition” for D.O. Catalunya, where we met the Japanese wine blogger, Yuko Satake (check out this article on our take of blog competitions here). Yuko, a petite, spunky and enthusiastic woman in her mid thirties, authors Vino Nos […]

Elation and Post EWBC 2008 Depression

Sitting in front of the computer preparing to sum up my experience at the European Wine Blogger Conference, I literally feel speechless. Are there words for my emotions, my feeling of warmth and excitement for what’s occurred, along with a touch of sadness and depression I’ve been feeling now that […]

10 Commandments of Winery Blogging!

Ideally, we try to limit our posts to the subject of Iberian wine. That said, our small consulting company has gained traction over the past year, giving us hope that it will continue to develop and excel well into the future. With growth, however, comes welcomed attention from both Spanish […]

European Wine Bloggers Conference 2008 – Planning

So it appears that there is considerable support for the idea of having a European wine blogger conference. Those that are following along with last week’s post on the proposed conference will notice that we have a good diverse group. One thing to point out though, is that this is […]

Catavino’s Most Popular Articles in 2007

Ask what cheese is most popular here in Spain, and many of will point you to the pungently strong Asturian blue cheese called, Cabrales. Ask what the most popular meat dish is, and undoubtedly, they will say jamon iberico or cured Iberian ham. Finally, ask what people’s favorite article is […]