Miami Beach, FLUSA
Hometown: Palma de Mallorca, Balearic Is., Spain
March 11, 2009
So many, but I lean towards good, solid reds, i.e. Barolo, St. Emilion, Riojas, Chilean Merlots.
Hard to say, and for which reasons, but if it has to do with Wines, anywhere in France, especially Champagne, as this is the Queen of Wines, with an elaborate process.
Cuisines? French, Italian and Spanish, although Middle Eastern and German are very good also. I like to visit ethnic and import markets and see what they carry, no need to cross borders!
Wine can be so incredibly complex, and when combined with certain foods, the sum is much greater than the parts! Even with an untrained, unsophisticated palate, one can still make some amazing discoveries.
If you're looking for a friendly, fun group, different backgrounds and ages, who share a love of good wine!