Wine Tasting | Catavino - Part 6
Catavino keeps you current not only with the remarkable wine developments in Spain and Portugal, two of the most dynamic wine producers on the planet, but you'll learn about food trends, new dishes and restaurants and the ancient and modern cultures on the Iberian Peninsula. And you may not notice it, but Catavino also happens to be one of smoothest designed websites you'll have the pleasure of visiting.
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Tag Archives: wine tasting

Winner of the Catavino Q&A Contest

First off, we would like to thank everyone who participated in the Catavino Q&A Contest! We’ve received dozens of challenging, and highly imaginative, questions that will keep us knee-deep in research for months to come. We would also like to extend a big and hearty congratulations to Benjamin Rivard Rapoza, […]

Catavino Heads to London: Iberian Wine Tasting at Vinoteca!!

So guess who’s going to London? I’ll give you a hint, these two individuals always come as a pair and are typically considered exact opposites in appearance: one short and one tall, one with hair and one without, one bubbly and one a straight shooter. Maybe it’s a little too […]

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 […]

Wine of the Week – Bodegas Castro Martin

Editors note: Starting today, we will be highlighting an Iberian wine, or winery, every Friday. It may cover a single one, a project or a winery. We’ll try, in most cases, to choose wines that are widely distributed, but this will not always be possible. Hope you enjoy. About a […]

A Series of Wine Thoughts From My Time in Minnesota

Ok, jetlag is done, culture shock is mitigated, and my life is starting to get back to its crazy usual self. I’ve inoculated my system with some fresh Iberian wines and assorted tapas. So what happened in Minnesota you may ask? Well a lot. One wedding, one 60th birthday party […]

Herdade Grande Colheita Seleccionada 2006

The warm spring rays are now browning your ghostly winter skin; the orange light streams in through your windows well into the early evening; the air is heavy with aromas of fresh cut grass and blooming white lilies, all signaling the perfect time to finally indulge yourself with a bottle […]

How to Enjoy a nice Spanish wine

How To articles are nice. How to save money. How to drive a car. How to make a million dollars in one week (maybe we should say 2 million at this point). How To articles can help, and can also waste, a fair amount of your time. How to be […]

Catavino’s Rioja Report is Finished!!!!!!

Whoo hooo! We did it! We’ve finally released our best newsletter to date, or so we humbly believe. Having started this adventure last November with a full report on Port wines, followed by a second newsletter on Spanish Cava wines, we are ecstatic to announce our third newsletter on La […]