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25 years of Torre Muga

by  |  14-10-2019

Mid-October in Barcelona is still Mediterranean in terms of weather as summer clings to the days but is yet graced by a glint of cool air coming in at the fringes of the season. This... more » Mid-October in Barcelona is still Mediterranean in terms of weather as summer... more »

Life’s too short to not be “drinking well”

by  |  10-10-2019

Today’s article on drinking well, in Bali marks the first in a new series on the site under the category of that’s aptly-named “Drinking Well“. These are essentially my experiences of drinking when traveling in... more » Today’s article on drinking well, in Bali marks the first in a... more »

Drinking well, in Bali

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If asking a potential tourist where they would like to go, the answer is probably, “Where there aren’t any other tourists.” This is of course an impossibility in our modern age of travel and what... more » If asking a potential tourist where they would like to go, the... more »

The Republic of Georgia report for 2019

by  |  07-10-2019

There are few countries such as Georgia which are both widely-covered in media, yet still remain incredibly misunderstood. Whether it’s the incorrect attribution to a Ray Charles song in order to be “cutesy” or the... more » There are few countries such as Georgia which are both widely-covered in... more »

In the Glass: Domaine de Courcel – Bourgogne Rouge 2014

by  |  30-09-2019

To love the wines of Burgundy has for some time been a cursed passion as the prices for top wines make them far too costly to enjoy on regular occasion unless perhaps one is a... more » To love the wines of Burgundy has for some time been a... more »

Why wine service matters

by  |  27-09-2019

I’ve been to a restaurant in Sant Gregori, Girona for several extended family meals on various days for these simple reasons: the food is quite good (see above), it’s not far-flung from civilization, and the... more » I’ve been to a restaurant in Sant Gregori, Girona for several extended... more »

The DOQ Priorat & DO Montsant reports for 2019

by  |  23-09-2019

I’ve been tasting the wines of DOQ Priorat and DO Montsant for nearly a decade now and am quite happy to present tasting reports of each region’s current releases for 2019. Having written individual books... more » I’ve been tasting the wines of DOQ Priorat and DO Montsant for... more »

10 Grenaches for the 10th annual #GrenacheDay

by  |  20-09-2019

Today, the world celebrates “International Grenache Day”! It’s one of the least-demanding celebrations that exists as it simply means grabbing a glass (or bottle) of Grenache near you and toasting all that’s toastable in this... more » Today, the world celebrates “International Grenache Day”! It’s one of the least-demanding... more »

Hudin.com re-launches as an online wine magazine

by  |  16-09-2019 ~ 2 Comments

"If you don't like what's being said, change the conversation." --Don Draper, Mad Men Anyone who is aspiring to write about wine (or really write about anything) arrives to a point where they have to... more » "If you don't like what's being said, change the conversation." --Don Draper,... more »

In The Glass: Lectores Vini – Pomagrana 2018

by  |  09-09-2019

Trepat comes up with regularity on this site for good reason as it sits at that most delicate of intersections wherein it is approachable yet flavorful and not terribly alcoholic. This is no mean feat... more » Trepat comes up with regularity on this site for good reason as... more »