Ribera Del Duero | Catavino - Part 4
Their success; their ability to effectively communicate about spanish and portuguese wine; their energy to grow and create dynamic, authentic and extraordinary services have attracted hundreds of thousands of iberian wine lovers from around the world.
Joan Gómez Pallarès http://www.devinis.org/

Tag Archives: Ribera del Duero

A 4 Day Whirlwind Wine Adventure Through Castilla y León

Having just walked in the door from a rather intense 4 day tour through Castilla y León, or Castile y León, I’m teetering a precarious line between feeling a surge of passionate energy to share everything I’ve seen and experienced on this trip and feeling utterly drained from going on […]

Editorial: Disappointment with Jose Peñín

This past week I sat with José Peñín at the same two person table judging wines that were to become the “best of Portugal”. It’s a humbling experience sitting next to someone with so much history and credibility in the Spanish Iberian Wine Industry. Called the “Robert Parker” of Spain, […]

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 […]

How is the 2008 Iberian Harvest Shaping Up?

Feel the chill in the air, the earthy aromas of dried leaves and wet soil, the vibrant orange and red colors on the tip of the leaves like small dabs of paint radiating from the deep dark green background? Sigh, this is my favorite time of the year. I love […]

Iberian Links around the Web

This week, we have an array interesting articles for you to peruse at your leisure. Considering that we’ve been rather focused on Sherry over the past week, allow me to direct you outside of Jerez, if only for a moment, to other news hitting the Iberian front. Richard and his […]

Iberian Harvest Report

Last week, we sent out an email to both Portuguese and Spanish wineries asking for a brief quote in English about their region. Interestingly, we’ve received several quotes from Quintas around Portugal, but very few from Bodegas in Spain. However, considering the harvest has commenced as early as August in […]