8 wines you need to try this Spring 2021

Spring is here, and that means we want something refreshing to pair with light fare. Challenge your palate during this Spring 2021 and try White and Rosé wines from different regions! You don’t need to break the bank while doing trying great wines. These 8 wines that you need to try this spring are available…

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Big Bold Red Wines for you

Valentine’s day 2021 is on a Sunday. We might go out with more inside dinning options in the East Coast. However, since we are more used to staying in we might prefer to stay cozy inside. Either or, in New York has been freezing cold. Hence, we are definitely in the mood for some Bold…

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Warm up during fall with these wine recommendations

The color of the leaves are chaning, the warm apple pie is getting baked in the oven. Pumpkin spice latte is already on the menu, fall is here. Hence, I want to invite you to warm up during fall with these wine recommendations. I have picked these wines because of their versatility. You can pair…

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#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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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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