La Mancha by the Liter – Gulp Hablo #WorldWineTravel

World Wine Travel Writers Explore Castilla La ManchaThis month, our World Wine Travel writers are exploring the Spanish region of Castilla La Mancha. The region surrounds Madrid, but the city itself is not considered part of the wine region. The only association many people have with this region is the musical “Man of La Mancha”, … Continue reading

Sherry is a Fortified Wine, or is It? #WorldWineTravel

World Wine Travel Explores AndaluciaThis month, our World Wine Travel writers are exploring the Andalucia region in southern Spain. Most famous for Jerez and the home of sherry, there are other wines produced here as well. We’ll have plenty of sherry finds, but count on a few surprises from our group! Cruise down further in … Continue reading

Surprisingly Fresh in Navarra with Itxas Harri #WorldWineTravel

Navarra Explorations with World Wine TravelNavarra is a less known region in the Northeast of Spain. Our World Wine Travel writers are researching Navarra through wine and food this month. Take a look below for links to all their great finds! My posts continue to focus on low intervention, organic, biodynamic and natural wine producers, … Continue reading

I am Cider Curious #WorldWineTravel

World Wine Travel Writers Detour to Hard CiderThis month, our World Wine Travel writers are taking a short detour from Spain to explore ciders from around the world. Some of our group have a couple examples from the Asturias region of Spain on the cool Atlantic coast, so we’ll keep our Spanish connection! Scroll down … Continue reading

Exploring Aragon via Plate and Glass #WorldWineTravel

World Wine Travel Virtual Visit to AragonThis month, our World Wine Travel bloggers dig into one of the less famous wine regions in Spain – Aragon. My WSET Diploma text for still wines of the world has 600 pages, and a little over 1 page is dedicated to Aragon. Know what? Sometimes lesser known regions … Continue reading

A Tale of Two Rias Baixas Albarinos #WorldWineTravel

World Wine Travel Group Virtually Visits GaliciaThis month, our group is exploring the Galicia region in the northwest corner of Spain. It’s different from most of the rest of Spain, as it sits right on the Atlantic coast, so the climate is heavily influenced by the ocean. In fact, with all that moderate air and … Continue reading

The Natural Side of Galicia #WorldWineTravel

A Natural Addition to World Wine Travel’s Visit to GaliciaOur World Wine Travel group is virtually visiting the Galicia region in Spain this month, my post (with links to all the other posts) can be seen here. As we virtually travel around Spain, I’ve been searching out low intervention, organic, biodynamic and natural wines from … Continue reading

A Different Take on Castilla y León #WorldWineTravel

World Wine Travel Visits Castilla y LeónMarch brings our group to the Castilla y León region of Spain. Not quite as well known as Rioja, but well established wine regions include Ribera del Duero, Rueda, Toro, and Bierzo. Our group will have lots to explore! I’ll be taking a slightly different tack, looking for winemakers … Continue reading

Exploring the Variety of Still Wines from Catalunya #WorldWineTravel

World Wine Travel Group Invades Catalunya – Virtually Our new World Wine Travel Group is continuing our year-long adventure (virtually) in Spain with a stop in Catalunya.  Catalunya is in the Northeast corner of Spain and is best known for Barcelona.  In the wine world, Catalunya offers a wealth of regions and styles.  My fellow … Continue reading

Rioja Oriental – A Cinderella Story #WorldWineTravel

World Wine Travel for 2021 is Spain, starting with La Rioja in January Welcome to 2021 and our World Wine Travel blogging group! Our charter is to work our way around the world of wine, virtually. In 2021, we’re going to be taking a leisurely tour of Spain. Come and join us every month for … Continue reading

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