In my October 3, 2018, I discussed Spanish Rioja (re-oh-ha) wines. At a lunch meeting several weeks ago with LEX 530 Wine Director Stan Minden and Chris Oliver, General Manager at Café Navarre, we tasted a couple of bottles of different Rioja to discuss the wine for this article.
Several years ago Tiedemann Wines started distributing Spanish Wines. Most of the reds are a Tempranillo varietal. Some are blends with a variety of grapes. Tempranillo is a popular grape that is grown worldwide but its homeland is Spain…Crianza, Gran Reserva, Reserva, Rioja, Spanish wines, Tempranillo
Today’s blog is from guest blogger Tom Welsh, general manager and partner at Tapastrie restaurant. “I echo Stan’s and everyone else’s best wishes for Carl, who seems to be on a fast path to recovery. I’m honored to have been asked to contribute to the blog while Carl (reluctantly) takes some time off. I have been a big fan of Spanish wines for about 10 years, having been lucky to have spent a year in a town with a great Spanish restaurant that had an extensive Spanish wine list…Rioja, Spanish wine, Tapastrie, Tempranillo, Tom Welsh
In today’s blog I would like to share two exciting topics with you. First, today’s blog is my 200th Tiedemann On Wines blog posting. My first article was posted on January 30, 2013. We began posting one article per month and shortly thereafter went to one every two weeks and have for some time been […]200th blog, 2010 Tiedemann Signature Series Red, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, new release, Petit Verdot, Sean Larkin, Tempranillo
This week we thought we would share another video from Spanish winemaker Juan de la Barreda’s visit to Elkhart. This one is on the Tempranillo wine made by Torre de Barreda: Watch the Tempranillo video here JOIN US TONIGHT (THURSDAY, JANUARY 28): Tiedemann On Wines Wine Club Event: McCarthy’s Wine Dinner Featuring Premium Italian Wines Starts: 6:30 […]Juan de la Barreda, McCarthy's On the Riverwalk, Tempranillo, Torre de Barreda, wine dinner