#1Day1Cava

If you are in to cava and also social media you might have seen the “1Day1Cava” campaign? Personally I love the idea of 1Day1Cava! Just imagine if you had time to get to know one cava a day. Then you’d have a pretty great overview in just one year. Not that you would know them all, but it would…

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Sweden has monopoly and Denmark has diversity…

Two weeks ago we visited our friend Lars in Denmark who imports cava, and sells to the Danish people (lucky them!). Lucky for us we could load up the car so that we could fill up the cellar. We even had cava in the front seat. But not all of us are so lucky. Most Swedes are limited entirely…

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Institut del Cava has a new home page!

Institut del Cava is a great organisation working to spread the the word of Cava all over the world, and have helped me and Andréas very much during our research for our books and we consider them great friends. It is fantastic that their new website is now up and running! So go and have a look!! There is…

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Things are growing at Juvé y Camps

One of my friends in Penedès is one of the winemakers at Juvé y Camps, and he is so kind as to keep me posted on what is going on in the vine yards. This gives me a chance to keep up to date with how everything is going and what they think about the coming harvest. This spring…

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The Gourmand Cook Book Awards 2013: The big night

On the Saturday we attended the fair and talked to a lot of interesting people from the wine world, both other authors and people just visiting. Many publishers were sharing ideas and titles to spread their books to other markets. All the nominated books were put up on show to the public’s great interest. The award ceremony started at…

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