#WinterRosé

(Español vea aqui 👇🏼) Do you remember White Zinfandel ? Fifteen  years ago, mom was enjoying and sharing White Zinfandel during family gatherings. White Zinfandel wasn’t named Rosé! According to  vintagerootsuk.com White Zinfandel is technically a rosé wine made from Zinfandel grapes, and is the single most popular type of rosé wine sold in the United…

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The wines that got us impressed this 2018

This year I  explored 5 wine regions: Greece, Italy/Toscana, Italy/Sardinia , Mexico, USA/Finger Lakes. Either by traveling to this regions or by attending to wine classes about this region I got to know the insights of the winemaking, terroir and particularities of their Estates. It has been delightful to explore autochthonous grapes from this regions…

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Butternut Wines #wineinacan (partner)

You already know how I feel about canned wines . For those who don’t know yet, well I am an advocate for supporting wine in a can. Some might say it is a millennial preference, some others will not understand the purpose, and some others will simply don’t want to take a sip of wine in…

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#SparklingWines for Holidays 2018

Holidays are around the corner and Sparkling Wines have a special place on our dinner tables during celebrations. Here are recommendations of WineDivaa to make your 2018 holidays bubbly and memorable. Velenossi Passerina Brut ($15.99)  Passerina Spumante Wine. A delicate Brut 100% Passerina, the autochthonous grape of Marche, Italy bright pale yellow and the right…

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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…

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