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2/03/2016

11 false myths about wine

Wine can sometimes be related to ideas that seem very far from reality. But if you are a true wine lover or simply want to learn more about wine, you'll certainly find this interesting. 

1. The older the better

Many people believe that the more time wine is kept in the barrel for aging, the better it gets. The describing terms, "young", "barrel aged" and "reserve", do not...

29/02/2016

How long does an open wine bottle last?

Surely, the following situation will sound familiar to you. You just bought a bottle of excellent wine or sparkling for a party. With a thrill of expectation, you open and enjoy it very much but at the end of the evening, there is still some wine left inside. You think it would be a shame to leave this bottle open because the wine runs the risk to go bad. Fortunately, there...

26/02/2016

Football and wine: A passionate combination

Although at first sight it might seem that wine and sports do not have a lot in common, there are well-known sports persons who have taken seriously their passion for wine and have built up business on it.

Michael Laudrup, distribution entrepreneur

Michael Laudrup is an ex-football player and coach of the Welsh club of Swansea. He became famous in the 1990s when he played...

19/02/2016

Winter wines for bad weather

At home, in the restaurant in the bar or in the winery doesn't matter, as long as it is warm: Winter is the season to eat more hearty dishes, based on stews and baked in the oven, that should go with their respective wines.

So, wines we drink in winter depend on the food we eat during that time of the year. In general, red wines, full bodied, strong and with an acceptable...

17/02/2016

3 beautiful combinations of vegetarian meals and wine for this winter

Today we present you 3 vegetarian recipes for this winter to give you a treat without having to spend hours in the kitchen. On top, we'll suggest an organic wine for each meal so you can enjoy even more!

1. Brussels sprout with pistachio dukkah

This may be the ideal entry or garnish to any other recipe you prepare at home. Brussels sprouts with pistachio dukkah is a...

18/01/2016

Wineries and wines from Penedès

The Penedès wine region is probably one of the most characteristic and recognized of Catalunya, especially as the main place of production of cava, Catalan sparkling wine par excellence.

But in this Designation of Origin we can find more than cava, since in its over 27,000 hectares of vineyards there are produced grapes intended for the elaboration of white, rosé and,...

8/01/2016

Types of wine glasses

The same way that there are different types of wines, each suited to a particular moment, there is also a great range of glasses. Each shape is designed to deliver the optimal conditions for consumption, something that we have to consider.

In general, all the experts agree that wine glasses should be made of crystal glass or transparent glass without decorations and...

6/01/2016

How to clean wine stains?

Sure has happened to us that we stumbled upon a glass of wine in a meeting and we get a stain on our clothes. Wine stains may be a little difficult to remove and depending on the type of fabric you must use different methods.

For dry wine stains you should leave the stain to soak in some warm milk until you see how it disappears. Then you can wash the...

14/12/2015

How to alternate different wines at New Year's Eve dinner

Very special holidays are coming, where gastronomy will be the star and wine is central axis of friends and family gatherings. You can already choose your wine for Christmas if you want your dinner to be a success; choose quality and variety, and be sure they will thank you for it.

Fish, meat, desserts... at Christmas we eat too much and so varied, that is why we...

20/11/2015

What are the 10 most expensive wines in the world in 2015?

Wine Searcher recently published a list of the most expensive wines in the world in the year 2015, which first 10 positions can be seen below. As expected, the top positions are dominated by French wines, an international benchmark in terms of wine investment.

Henri Jayer Richebourg Grand Cru, Cote de Nuits (France) at $ 13,580: This wine is made from Pinot ...