Perhaps a #dryjuly for the future?
When living in Spain, July and August mark the time of year that I patently hate as everything grinds to a halt–doubly so when there are the now annual strikes at the airport. While August afforded me the chance to hop up to the Faroes for a much-needed trip on far-northern shores (great place for outdoor tourism btw), July saw me ensconced in the village while the editor of this publication was away on a work assignment. Time in a small Iberian village cast adrift in a wine region with two dogs and a cellar stocked full of wonderful wines may sound great to many, but it presents me with great dilemma: to drink, or not to drink? In the house we have these blessed inventions of the Eto as well as the Coravin. I am of a mind that when left to my own devices and a wonderful bottle […]