Category Archives: Bodega Traslagares

Introducing bricks and mortar, even though they’re not ours

We’re proud to announce that you can now buy 15 different wines imported by First Vine at DCanter, Washington DC’s newest wine store!  DCanter is located at 545 8th St. SE, on Barrack’s Row. Shocking, right?  We’ve sold wine to … Continue reading

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Historic preservation through winemaking

I have to admit that I get to see a lot of beautiful places as a wine importer.  People don’t go on reverently about the South of France for nothing, after all.  For most of first vine’s producers in the … Continue reading

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Wine Sales Data — They’re a Family Affair

As I’ve mentioned before, I love The Academic Wino.  The site’s tagline is “Dissecting current research relating to wine.”  But it could just as well be “We read these studies so you don’t have to.”  The summaries on the site … Continue reading

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Ma in Ispagna son già…tre!**

Back in March I told you about attending the Spanish food and wine trade show in Valladolid and raved about the food there.  I promised I’d talk about some of the wines I’d tasted, thinking I’d get the wines I … Continue reading

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