RGNY : The new winery in the North Fork

Welcome the Rivero Gonzalez winemakers family to the North Fork with their new winery and wine brand RGNY!  We are still due to visit the new winery in the North Fork: RNGY . However, in WineDivaa.com we know the Rivero Gonzalez family wines from quite some time. They are originally fom the Parras Valley in…

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Valentine’s Day 2020 #RoséforBae Recommendations

I encourage you to celebrate Valentine’s Day with a #RoséforBae 💕 I have three amazing recommendations for y’all and I’ve taken into consideration the availability of these wines: If you live in the US or Europe the Rosé I recommend you: 1.Cotes de Rosés Gerard Bertrand Rosé 2018 Tasting Notes: Aromas of summer fruits, cassis…

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Sparkling Wines for Holidays 2020

Holidays are here and hence the sparkling wines will pop and pop. Although sparkling wines are often more consumed for New Year’s Eve, some of us like to indulge with Sparkling wines during Christmas Eve or any other day of this season. I am collaborating with Taub Family Selections to share with you an amazing…

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Carinena DO

Have you heard about a the wine region Carinena? ‘Cariñena’ is a DO located in Aragon, Spain 🇪🇸 . Particularly, let me introduce you to to this DO Carinena; Vino Blanco Castillo Ducay 2017 made out of Macabeo grapes. Perhaps, not quite as widely known as other wines from Carinena but equally representative of their terroir. Carinena Terroir…

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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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Let’s discover the origins of Mexican Wine with Sommelier Alejandra Garduno

As mexican I am always looking for mexican wines in the US. Now I have seen a great interest in my audience both on Instagram and on this blog to get to know more about Mexican Wines. Hence I have been reaching out to sommeliers and wineries in Mexico to get to know more about…

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