A guest post by Amanda Courtney of Amanda’s Wine Adventures. Get in touch with her for personalized, food and wine tasting tours in Barolo and Barbaresco.
After the delightful wine tour through the Rivera del Duero–all detailed in my Sneak Peek Curious in the Rivera del Duero)–we continued with a fascinating road trip through the lands of Isabel I de Castilla y León, also known as Isabel la Católica (1451-1504). Almost in her footprints, this is a route for foodies who also have a weakness for history. […]
If you hear about Rioja, you immediately think about wine. This is nothing new; already in ancient times (20 AD) Romans indulged themselves, having wine shipped from Rioja to Rome! […]
Puglia with a 800 km coastline is a region full of sun and sea, unique towns, interesting history and tradition, gentle people, fantastic, traditional food, and outstanding wine. […]
Among red Spanish wines, I have always favored the ones from the Rivera del Duero, or ‘Riberitas’ as some informally like to refer to them. I think it is their fruitiness and […]