18.1 C
Bilbao, Spain
Thursday, August 18, 2022
Originally published in miamigoelvino.com 22/12/2016. Recently we have run a feature on the story of Abacela, an Oregon winery specialized in Tempranillo wines. Today we will talk to Andrew Wenzl, the managing winemaker. Good morning, Andrew, and thank you very much for your cooperation. How long have you been working at...
Many times we hear that a wine is made with "the least possible intervention". We hear this saying from some producers and also from some fans or wine lovers when they complain that their wine has "a lot of intervention." What is this “intervention” thing anyway? Sometimes it seems to be a great unknown. First of all,...

The wines of Teo Legido

Visiting a winery is something that always takes time. Sometimes the winery is far away and it the visit takes almost a whole day, so you have to assess if it's worth the trip. One of these cases, that of a winery that was rather quite far away, is...
When we talk about alcohol beverages, we divide them into beer, wine and spirits. Then we split wines into still, sparkling, sweet and fortified. Then we can classify wines by their color (white and red) and we can classify them in terms of elaboration and vinification method (rosé). Attending to...

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