#QueenofSpain

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…

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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:…

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#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  Bodega Laus 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…

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What do you think about canned-wines?

Canned-Wines are definetely a tendency in the wine industry, what do you think about them? On the one hand I have found a group of winelovers that support the idea of using aluminum instead of glass bottles as is better for the environment. I have also found that locally,  in New York including the Hudson…

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Wine Aroma

Wine Aroma is one of the most difficult attributes of the wine to put into words. Moreover,  “each taster has a unique personal sensitivity to aromas”  the diversity of volatile components constituting wine aroma, including compounds originating from grapes, the metabolism of wine microorganisms during alcoholic and malolactic fermentations, implicating Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Oenococcus oeni, respectively, and…

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