Sorry, there were just too many options in the title not to take a crack at something “clever”… -ish. The more tame (and probably smarter) option was “When a Master makes a wine”. The reason for all the title puns is to eventually talk about Norrel Robertson, the Master of Wine based in Calatayud making wines under his label, El Escocés Volante. Translating to, “The Flying Scotsman” this would have been a brilliant name for a wine, but works even better for a winery, especially when the owner is Scottish […]

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