Wine Traditions around the world are pretty interesting. In this episode we discuss the coolest ones.
This is a complement to the article I just wrote for Travel Belles so if you want to read and listen...
Here's the link to the article: TRAVEL BELLES
Here's the link to the podcast: Episode 35
And here is what the episode is all about
First we take a listener question from @mjgraves on Twitter about when to drink Cabernet Sauvignon. (Write in or call us and you'll be on the show! Call 800-599-8478 (in the U.S.) or 1-415-226-9105 and dial extension 5 to leave your question for the Wine For Normal People Podcast, and I'll answer it in an upcoming episode!)
- Spanish Traditions and Cava
- Italian Traditions and Prosecco/Franciacorta
- Chilean Traditions and gold rings in the bubbles, Portuguese Traditions and Vinho Verde, Germany and Sekt, French Champagne, English speaking countries = boozing it up and fireworks. Grape of the week: Pinot Meunier
Listen and you'll get why I'll be lugging a suitcase around my block at midnight, while shoving some grapes in my mouth! Happy New Year!
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