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Spanish Oranges: The Delicious Backbone of the Mimosa

If you’ve lived in Spain for any stretch of time, you’ve most likely become mildly addicted to their vast array oranges, clementines and mandarins available in the cold, wet winter months. Sitting regally in our blue glazed fruit bowl is a small mountain of round orbs, packed with enough juice […]

Catavino Hits the High Seas: Wine and Kayaking Anyone?

When I was child, living along the beautiful and haunting shores of Lake Michigan, I fondly remember spending many an evening curled in bed with sandy sheets. As the light crept over the horizon, spreading its delicate orange radiance across our sweet smelling garden, my dearest friend Sarah and I […]

Part 1: Confessions of a Chinese Wine Consultant

Editor’s Note: As many of you know, we diverge from Iberian wine every now and again to give you new perspectives and experiences on wine from abroad. This week, our Chinese correspondent, Edward Ragg, of Dragon Phoenix Fine Wine Consulting gives his the first installment of his series on how […]

Catavino Jumpstarts the 2+1 Iberian Wine Survey

In 2006, while I was teaching Spanish bankers how to chat up a beautiful woman in English (hey, how else do you get students interested in learning a second language?), Ryan was slaving away at the computer, inventing new and creative ways to involve wine lovers from around the world […]