Spanish Palate: Bringing Communities Together

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Reading Time: I liked Nicola Thornton within five seconds of chatting with her. The wine industry can be tough. Selling wine in this climate is challenging with so many restaurants closed. Writing about wine can be even tougher thanks to shrinking budgets and limited paying outlets. It's easy to find

Ten Volcanic Wines From GoVolcanic

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Reading Time: Volcanic wines are a hot subject these days and GoVolcanic proved to be an explosive tasting. Bad jokes aside, the first edition of GoVolcanic in Budapest, Hungary proved to be an interesting event. There were great volcanic wines from all over the world including Hungary, Austria, Israel, Spain,

A Glimpse into the World of Wine Merchants

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Reading Time: When you walk into a local wine shop, do you ever wonder how the bottles were selected? In 2018, the OIV (International Organization of Vine and Wine) reported that 293 million hectoliters of wine were produced - that's equivalent to nearly 40 billion bottles of wine! Out of

Best of the VinArt Grand Tasting 2017: Part 2

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Reading Time: This is Part 2 of our report about the workshops at Vinart Grand Tasting; here's Part 1. If you'd like to learn more about Croatian wine, check out Cracking Croatian Wine: A Visitor-Friendly Guide. Tasting with the Godfather of Istria: Clai Winery Clai is perhaps our favorite producer in Croatia. Giorgio Clai

Galicia and the Other Spanish Wines

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Reading Time: You have three seconds to answer this question: Which country has the largest area of vineyards planted? Do you have the answer? Most people equate France with wine, and since France is a relatively good sized country, it makes sense that France could be the answer. Another common answer is