Wine in Can Market has ‘legs’

(Espaniol vea abajo) I wrote about canned wines a couple of months ago. Since then, I’ve received both side of the isle comments about the wine in a can boom. Other fellow wine bloggers have shared their opinions as well and we have shared hundreds of images of #cannedwines on Instagram . Hence, I was happy to … Continue reading Wine in Can Market has ‘legs’


Yes, you read it right, Queen of Spain -and I'm not reffering to Reina Leticia though-. I'm introducing you to an organic wine from la tierra de Castilla wine region which is called Queen of Spain by winemaker Pablo de Victoria. I have to admit when I first I saw this wine in an instagram account … Continue reading #QueenofSpain

Let’s discover the origins of #MexicanWine with @vinbutikk

(Español vea abajo) See below a recap of the Instagram Live that I got with Ale Garduno about Mexican Live this past Wednesday October 18, 2018: Wine Divaaa: Welcome to this first live ever  I want to introduce my friend the sommelier Ale Garduno and we are going to share about Mexican wines now. WineDivaa: … Continue reading Let’s discover the origins of #MexicanWine with @vinbutikk

#SantoriniWineries Estate Argyros

(Español vea abajo) As soon as we arrived in Santorini our first stop was Estate Argyros Winery. They offer a personalized tour through their recently renewed Estate. They are a fourth generation winery, so definetely not the vibe that you get from their contemporary wine tasting room and personalized tour service, don't let appariences fool … Continue reading #SantoriniWineries Estate Argyros

#SantoriniWineries: Gavalas Winery

Santorini has more wineries than what I expected. I couldn't visit them all as I wanted to have some vacation at the beach as well. Perhaps the best way to visit them all with a short amount of time is by scheduling a wineries tour but we decided to go with the flow and take … Continue reading #SantoriniWineries: Gavalas Winery

 #wineevent Vintage Gran Reserva Cavas by Pere Ventura

I'm loving this end of September, a lot of wine events in New York. And indeed, yesterday  I had a joyous opportunity  to attend Vintage Gran Reserva Cavas for an amazing and cozy Cava tasting afternoon where we enjoyed the Vintage collection that will be available for the first time in the United States soon. Particularly in … Continue reading  #wineevent Vintage Gran Reserva Cavas by Pere Ventura

Wines of the family Velenosi #winesofmarche #italianwines

I have to tell you all about this amazing lunch we just had at Osteria Morinini and Velenosi Family Wines. Velenosi is  located on the outskirts of the town of Ascoli Piceno, in the Marche region of  Central Italy. A bit of their history: Beginning 30 years ago with limited resources and minimal experience, the … Continue reading Wines of the family Velenosi #winesofmarche #italianwines

#WineReview Vino Rosado de @bodegalaus #AromasdelSomontano

Who said that rosé wines are only for summer? We have to change that! That's why I tried this rosé wine from @bodegalaus this fall in New York, but I didn't chill it as I usually chill the rosés I enjoy during summer. I chilled only to it to 18C/ 63 F. See the tasting … Continue reading #WineReview Vino Rosado de @bodegalaus #AromasdelSomontano

International Grenache Day 2018

To celebrate this day please see below some of the recommendations I have for you of Grenache wines. These are my favorites from the grand tasting that I participated last Wednesday September 19,2018 hosted by Wines Of Garnacha : Rosé: Domaine LaFage La Grande Cuvée 2017 $25.00 AOP Côtes de Rousion Red: Bodegas San Valero … Continue reading International Grenache Day 2018