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Tag Archives: Wine News

Iberian Links around the Web

Thanksgiving has now come and gone. The delicious smell of garlic mashed potatoes drifting throughout the house has been replaced with Turkey sandwiches. The screeches of playful children running gleefully under foot is now a faint memory as normalcy has settled back into the house. And kitschy paper Turkeys so […]

Housekeeping and New Toys!

Today, I write to you from a position of a person with a head cold and a pile of port wine in front of me. Currently, we’re working to put together a large tasting of 2005 ports and assorted odds and ends. Our objective is to release a PDF at […]

Port’s Popularity in the UK

Editor’s Note: As November is port wine month at Catavino, we’ve asked a handful of bloggers specific questions about port wine depending on their field of expertise. Andrew Barrow, the voice behind the UK wine blog, Spittoon, editor of Wine Sediments and wine distributor for UK Wines Online, was brave […]

Iberian Wine Tidbits

This is a mere splattering of information before I actually post something a little more substantive today. Let’s call it a teaser, shall we? First up, get your CATAVINO CALENDAR while it’s piping hot for the holidays. You know your aunt Myrtle would absolutely adore a picture of a cute […]

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 […]

Catavino, Supposedly, was Never in Jerez

Hey Everyone! You know how we’ve been chatting about our Sherry experience in Jerez, spending 3 days completely immersed in information about Fino, Manzanilla, Amontillado and Oloroso? Well, guess what? We, evidently, weren’t there! I assume that you’re scratching your head right now saying, “Uh, Gabriella, I’m a little confused. […]