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Long post alert... but...
These thoughts have been inspired by a lot of things lately... @silkandcoupe’s honest admittance about Instagram frustration & burnout, @winebywhitney’s post about transparency & thank you to the girls on here who inspire her, @mariavonblanc’s call for authenticity & honesty among wine bloggers’ posts (it’s not always sunshine and rainbows).... and admittedly, my first string of “IG hate” that I’ve dealt with this week. All these things have led to a lot of introspection about why I’m here on IG, sharing & posting & opening up my life.
And the reality, in a sentence, is that I’m here because I love wine. I love the community & the way I’ve met so many people in both the wine industry & the blogger-sphere who are all about supporting each other & lifting each other up. It’s one of my favorite things about wine, actually. What’s good for one person is typically good for the industry as a whole, & people aren’t afraid to share their knowledge or guidance. For the most part, I’ve met so much kindness, acceptance, & support from the people in wine.
I also love wine because I love the stories behind the bottle. I love the way people put their heart and souls into this business, and I love supporting people who do that. I love the way people open up over a great glass of wine, and how it brings people together. Whether you know anything technical or not. We can all appreciate the stories and the human connections.
I primarily love to share small and independent producers on here, and I know that’s not what I post 100% of the time, but I stand behind every bottle I post & what I’ve said about it. When I do post a “big guy” or someone who’s owned by a larger label, it’s because I truly love their wine or their tasting experience. They worked hard to build their empire & have played their own role in shaping the wine industry— & I think that’s a story worth sharing as well.
I also want to take a moment to say thank you for all the people out there who I’ve met because of this IG. It’s been a crazy year of a ride, & I’m so excited to see what this next year brings. 🍷😘 #bringiton#girlgang
...y es que en estas tierras del Penedés las bodegas están una al lado de la otra.
Es vivir el vino en cada paso que das. Son aromas que te abrazan, paisajes que embellecen, es todo lo que cualquier amante del vino desea vivir.
Gracias por esta hermosa experiencia en mi vida.
1. Bodega Raventos I Blanc
2. Cava Blancher
3. Bodega Juve & Camps
4 Bodega Ventura Soler
5. Bodega Frexeinet
6. Bodega Codorniu
EAWSC International Wine Contest in Moldova on 27-28 February 2019, as part of WineWin event, for the first time will conduct and track its wine testing activities using a digital solution.
Being precisely compliant with O.I.V. methodology, this solution offers maximum transparency, trustability and security of the tasting results, as well as valuable statistical information about event organisers, participants and judges. The software was already successfully tested during Eurasia Wine and Spirits Competition 2018 in Tbilisi, Georgia 🍷
The white Pinot ❄️
❓Pfaff Pinot Blanc - 🇫🇷
What a sleeper of a grape. Overshadowed by its cousins Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris/Grigio, Pinot Blanc is truly the Rodney Dangerfield of wine - never got any respect.
While some versions can be thin and uninteresting, when well done they resemble fresh Chardonnays with their simple citrus and tree fruit flavours.
Alsace is one of my favourite wine regions (especially in France) for many reasons, but versatility is up there. Dry? Got it. Sweet? SGN and Vendange Tardive. Bubbles? Crémant d’Alsace. High end? 51 Grand Crus. Grapes? Riesling, Muscat, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir... You get the idea. And, all for low, low prices...
Roast some chicken 🐓, blast some music, leave the bottle in a big snowbank outside to chill down, and if your next door neighbour starts acting up, throw a snowball at his head ⛄️
Sundays are for Spätburgunder! 🍷 I must thank @thekonagris for this scrumptious little pick. Spätburgunder is literally Pinot Noir from Germany (“red burgundy”) and Weingut Friedrich Becker produces the perfect example of this bright, softly spiced, red-berried style 🍒🍇🍓 Prost!!
Tenuta L' Armonia
Pinot bianco, Incrocio Manzoni e Durella
Uve diraspate a mano e macerate sulle bucce per 3 giorni