Wine O’clock #4 – Grape Varieties

A wine o’clock is either a fun trivia or a cool fact about wine. Did you know…? The same grape variety can produce different wines depending on the soil in … Continue Reading →


Bacchus Wine Festival: Save the date!

There is a wine fever going on and it finally hit Amsterdam. The authentic festival feeling combined with fine wines, what’s better than that for wine lovers like us?! Thanks … Continue Reading →


Wine O’clock #3 – Cork

A wine o’clock is either a fun trivia or a cool fact about wine. Did you know…? The cap or cork of a bottle is important for the lifetime of … Continue Reading →


Wine O’clock #2 – Champagne

A wine o’clock is either a fun trivia or a cool fact about wine. Did you know…? Champagne exists thanks to the advent of the bottle and the cork. Champagne … Continue Reading →


Wine O’clock #1 – Wine: luxury or necessity?

A wine o’clock is either a fun trivia or a cool fact about wine. Did you know…? In the Middle Ages, wine and beer were not a luxury but a … Continue Reading →


Plog #2 – Freixenet Mexico

I’ve always wanted to visit a winery. During my stay in Queretaro, I visited Freixenet de Mexico. This vineyard has over 25 years producing in Mexico. Freixenet has its origins … Continue Reading →


Le Caprice de Clementine

Wine Le Caprice de Clementine Vintage 2012 Grapes Cinsault and Grenache % Alcohol 13% Producer Les Valentines SARL Country – Region Côtes de Provence, France Ideal pairing It suits a … Continue Reading →


White sangria, Christmas in a jar!

Today is Christmas and for the toast, I’ve prepared a sangria with white wine and Christmas ingredients. If you also want to give it a try, you’ll need; – The … Continue Reading →


Red wine Finca LABARCA

  Wine Finca LABARCA Vintage 2011 Grapes Tempranillo % Alcohol 13,50% Producer Bodegas Covila Country – Region Rioja, Spain Ideal pairing Grilled meat or a chesse plate Price ±€5 Wine-tasting … Continue Reading →


Learning about wine

Color Wine comes in three basic colors; White: what actually is light yellow Rosé: it can be very light or still pretty dark Red: it’s usually between burgundy and dark … Continue Reading →