Blind Wine Tasting: 3rd edition

This time we  BLIND tasted 2 wines made of international grape varieties vs another 2  made of local varieties from different countries of the Old World!

Looks like international varieties have won: Sauvignon Blanc from South-Western France and Syrah/Tempranillo blend from DO Manchuela conquered more winelovers hearts than Sardinian Nuragus and Croatina from Piemonte.

But it is always an amazing experience to try new different and local varieties for the first time!

Blind Wine Tasting: New World Vs Old World

Our second edition of the Blind tasting challenge in Barcelona was dedicated to the New World vs Old World wines duel!
We have tasted 4 wines from 4 different countries:
✅  Mount Nelson Sauvignon Blanc 2016 (New Zealand)
✅  Beira Interior 100% Fonte Cal Reserva 2014 (Portugal)
✅  Vietti Barbera d’Asti DOCG La Crena 2013 (Italy)
✅  Yalumba Shiraz Viogner 2015 (Australia)
The 2 favourites were New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc and Italian Barbera d’Asti, so let’s call it a draw! 🍷 🍷