#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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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…

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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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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…

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Bodega Laus

I have a lot to tell you about my trip to Greece but before that, I want to share with you about the Spanish winery Laus. As I mentioned in my post on Instagram Bodega Laus is a winery located in Huesca, North of Spain bordering France. It is a relatively new winery since it…

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#WineReview Stone Hill Towers #Rosé 2016

I visited Sunset Hills Vineyards in Londoun County, Virginia as a recommendation from a friend. They have a large selection of sweet wines, but since I am more into dry and semi-sweet we did a tasting that included the limited selection of dry and semi-dry. I have to say this Rosé made out of Chambourcin…

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