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  • il_diavolo says:

    9/7/2014 11:17:00 PM - Hello Yagil, actually I am from Milan (even though I dont live there) so have visited most wine areas in Italy (Piemonte many many times, Tuscany, Soave, Valpolicella, Franciacorta, Sicily, Marche...). Also been to Bordeaux and Chateauneuf de Pape, but I think wine tourism is more fun and friendly in Italy vs France. However some of my favourite wine trips have been outside Europe (notably Napa/Sonoma, Cape Town Winelands and Barossa Valley).

  • DSimmons says:

    4/21/2014 5:24:00 PM - I have "bucket list" plans to visit Europe but have nothing firm.

  • DSimmons says:

    4/21/2014 10:24:00 AM - Hi Yagil Sounds like you have pretty broad interest in wines. I too am interested in many regions and wines. I think my favorites are Rhone blends but I have a diverse collection and what I drink is driven in large part by the food we are eating.

  • Yagil says:

    1/26/2014 8:18:00 PM - Ribera del Duero & Rioja are considered to make the best Spanish wines. There's many other regions too, such as Priorat, Toro and many other. You've to taste many in order to judge yourselves. Toro wine require min 7-10 years of ageing, as they're very tannic, while Priorat can be drank earlier. Gran Reserve wine from Ribera-del-Duero and Rioja should best be consumed after a min of 10-12 years. Cheers!

  • Tim and Bonnie says:

    1/26/2014 8:09:00 PM - Only dove into Spanish wines beginning last year and truly enjoy them, and what a bargain, generally. For Bonnie and me, Toro is emerging at the top of our list. Curious about your experience with Spain and why Ribera de Duero seems at the top of your list?

  • Yagil says:

    8/22/2013 10:43:00 PM - Hello Harley, Thanks for your help. Our plan is to start in Priorat on Oct 22-23, Rioja 24-25, Ribera 28-29. My preference is the top/best wines' wineries: Alvaro Pacaios, Vega Sicilia, Pingus. Then Artadi, Ganuza, A. Fernandez, etc. 5-6 in each of these 3 regions. Don't know big wines from other regions - but would love to learn. Feel free to email a list of your recommendations. Also for restaurants. Thanks. yagil.barel@gmail.com

  • Harley1199 says:

    8/21/2013 9:29:00 AM - Hi there Yagil, I shall like to send my favourites to your personal mail. My pleasure. Just give some clues of what do you prefer, new comers or most famous wineries, traditional or modern style, small or gigants brands,... I'm curious why only those three regions... Don't hesitate to ask me anything you can need during your stay here. Only a last advice, cause summer has last very late this year, someone is saying the harvest is going to take place in October so expected some wineries can be close those days. Cheers,