Tag Archives: White Wine

Vino in the Valley

      Which valley? Napa Valley? No. Try the Valle de Guadalupe (Guadalupe Valley) in Mexico. Mexican wine. You heard me correctly. Mexican. Wine. Yes, our neighbor to the south produces more than just the world’s finest tequila. Just a couple of hours south of the California/Mexico border, in the state of Baja California,…
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Tasting Spain with Campos de España

      Spanish wine has been in the news off and on over the past few years. The quality of wines coming out of Spain for the price point is virtually still unequalled in the world of wine today.  Some would argue with this statement; but when you add the tremendous breadth of varietals…
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All About Mia!

That Sunday afternoon began unlike any recent one. Sitting on the balcony of an architectural masterpiece in San Diego, California, gazing out to the Pacific Ocean without a single cloud dotting the sky. The sun beaming down with stereotypical Southern California warmth, it was obvious the next move would be to find something cold to…
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Grab a Glass and Celebrate Albariño Day

As many recover from recent Cinco de Mayo celebrations it is time to turn attention to the next great celebration – Albariño Day! On May 9, 2013 we will celebrate the second annual day focusing on the incredible wines of Rias Baixas, Spain. So, put the beer stein down and grab a glass of Albariño and…
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Mallorca: The Last Spanish Wine Frontier (Part 3 of 3)

The allure of Mallorca lies in images of escaping the hectic mainland life and living an island dream (if only for just a few days) and walking carefree on the beach of the Mediterranean while the sand crumbles softly beneath your toes. But then you head to a local restaurant for the freshest seafood the island has…
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