Tag Archives: Spain

Crazy for Spanish Wines: Tempranillo Meets Toro

We have both been busy lately – a little too busy actually and, regretfully, not much of it to do with wine. The wine shelves are almost bare, dirty laundry piling up, and unanswered emails clogging our inboxes. However, somewhere … Continue reading

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Missing in Action?

I know Frank is still alive. At least, I’m pretty positive he is. We’ve even managed to have a few semi-conversations over the past few weeks – mostly punctuated by a look that’s a cross between shell shock and “oh … Continue reading

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Ozone For Your Health

Apparently the new wave in wine preservation has a name – and that name is ozone. Yup, the same stuff that keeps getting holes in it out there in the atmosphere could not only reduce the migraines and asthma some … Continue reading

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Olé: Spanish Wines Explained

I was reviewing the text for my WSET today – again. That exam is coming up way too quickly. Spain was the area I chose for this study session which lead, naturally, to Tempranillo. However, it seems the Spaniards cannot … Continue reading

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