With the Garciarévalo fan base growing from Seattle to New York to Madrid and every where between, Antonio Arévalo has a lot to be proud of.
Doing the same old thing simply isn’t in the cards for the Belondrade family, who make white wines in Rueda that will buckle your knees.
Family is everything at Alonso del Yerro, from the names of their wines to a special barrel-marking tradition, everything is done with one thing in mind: Make great wines, together.
Even for those who might only be minimally aware of Ribera del Duero wines, there’s a good chance you have come across Protos while staring at a wine store shelf or pondering the Spanish section of a restaurant’s wine list. Their history and pedigree make Protos the quintessence of Ribera.
Up a hill that your car might not be able to climb, on a street that you’ll never find in a tiny town that your GPS will have no idea about — where finding a fellow human to ask for directions can take upwards of an hour — there’s something special and, dare we say, […]
The way that the Ortega family started their now-bicontinental O. Fournier winery is not your typical family winery tale.
For years, Camino Pardo's Nexus & Frontaura wines were a hit all over the world … except one very important person still hadn’t tasted them: her father. Then, one day, that all changed.
This story originally appeared on The Somm Journal. It’s no secret that Spain’s wine scene has been on the rise for some time, and as U.S. consumers and trade markets expand their interest in a category once dominated by France and Italy, they’re more interested in the country’s different wine-producing regions and what distinguishes them. […]
Sommelier Arthur Hon admits to being a bit obsessive about his quest for wine knowledge. His first “a-ha moment” in wine was with a 1998 Chiarello Family Vineyards Roux Old Vine Petite Sirah, prompting him to drink only Petite Sirah for the next three months. Then he discovered Burgundy. “I really fell in love with […]
As service director at NYC hotspot Tertulia, Gil Avital has a simple premise: “In Spain, it is such a strong culture to get together with food and beverages. We want to create that here in New York.”
In Houston, the innovative Underbelly is helping fuel the dining scene by putting a Vietnamese, Korean and Asian twist on Texas standbys, which opens up a whole new world of wine pairing options for sommelier Matthew Pridgen.
Caracol isn’t your typical Mexican restaurant – or at least what most would conjure up in their imagination when thinking of a Mexican restaurant. This is not the place for enchiladas with refried beans and rice.
The Ribera del Duero and Rueda wine regions of Spain have announced Brahm Callahan as their newest brand ambassador. The Master Sommelier is beverage director for Boston-based Himmel Hospitality Group.
Growing up and even during his college years, Alex LaPratt had his eyes set on becoming a doctor.
The Oxford Dictionary defines traditional tapas as “small Spanish savory dishes, typically served with drinks at a bar.” That Spanish tradition has ignited a trend of small plates that have invaded menus of all cuisine types across America. Food critic extraordinaire Adam Platt ignored those pretenders on the Absolute Best Tapas Bars in New York City list he compiled for […]