Tag: travel

Ten Best Wine Travel Bags

Ten Best Wine Travel Bags

We recently traveled to Portugal and Spain to look for new wines and wineries to import to the United States and offer in our web wine store.  We criss-crossed Iberia for 17 days, visiting a number of different wineries and sampling their offerings.  As always, we found some great wines and some, well, not-so-great wines.  … Continue reading Ten Best Wine Travel Bags

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Our Iberian Adventure, Part II: Sevilla

Our Iberian Adventure, Part II: Sevilla

After a very short (one-night) stay in Madrid, our Iberian adventure started in earnest with a trip to Sevilla - my first trip to this beautiful city in Andalucía.  In pre-historic times John visited Sevilla, but since I wasn't with him it doesn't count.  Anyway, we decided not to drive a car from Madrid to … Continue reading Our Iberian Adventure, Part II: Sevilla

Our Iberian Adventure, Part I: Getting Around

Our Iberian Adventure, Part I: Getting Around

We have been to Spain many times - individually and together - and John has a whole bunch of cousins living in Madrid.  A place neither of us had ever ventured, though, was Portugal.  This seems strange even to me, since Spain and Portugal are, well, part of the same peninsula and getting there is … Continue reading Our Iberian Adventure, Part I: Getting Around

Travel to Croatia: Planning the itinerary

Some travel is less intimidating than others.  For instance, if we travel to other states in the U.S., this is generally not intimidating because the currency stays the same, everyone speaks the same language, no visa or passport is required, and most of the hotels and airlines are well-known to us. Traveling outside of the … Continue reading Travel to Croatia: Planning the itinerary

Drinking wine, a blogger’s continuing education

Drinking wine, a blogger’s continuing education

The week before last, about 300 hundred wine bloggers and other professionals in the trade convened in Santa Rosa, California for the tenth annual Wine Bloggers Conference (WBC17).  From the title, some might conclude that event is laden with over-indulgence, self-indulgence and downright snobbery.  While there was some of that, we were surprised - as … Continue reading Drinking wine, a blogger’s continuing education