If you’re following Wine Virtuosity you know that Greek wines are receiving my attention. They deserve that. Most posts has been handling the indigenous varieties. Not this one. Here’s to Dyo Elies. Thanks for following!
At the same time as I believe the consumers should salute the use of indigenous grapes in Greece, I’m [...]
Portugal is my second home. Lovely country and unique wines. But above all, great, big hearted people. On a trip to Vinho Verde and Douro earlier this year, I had that verified for sure. Here’s to Douro and some exceptional Tawny Ports. Thanks for following!
Did you read the post on my visit to István Balassa; one of the emerging stars in the Tokaj region of Hungary. Sure, Furmint is the star here but there’s one more grape that really calls for your attention….
Close to Mád, you will find many of the great and classic vineyards of Tokaj. There’s [...]
I get a lot of comments from, what I can tell, incredibly nice people that seems to have such a big heart. Yes, I’m only a few weeks from turning 40 and hence a healthy lifestyle is more important than ever. Eat right, drink moderately, work out, get your sleep and so on.
Californian wines guest starring on Wine Virtuosity! When Sweden’s leading US wine importer invites me to taste through his portfolio of exciting and dynamic names in California, I know it’s going to challenge the best from the rest of the world. And how they did it! Here’s to Californian greatness!
Meaning “word of mouth” but [...]
I like beer. A lot. Actually I often find it more suitable with food than wine. The trend in the beer world, to go micro-brewing, has resulted in so many eye-openers, making me realize that I need to post more on beer as well. Here’s to one of the best, number 12!
“We are not [...]
Californian wines guest starring on Wine Virtuosity! When Sweden’s leading US wine importer invites me to taste through his portfolio of exciting and dynamic names in California, I know it’s going to challenge the best from the classic wine regions of France. And how they did it! Here’s to Californian greatness!
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