I just got back from my whirlwind of a trip two days ago (stay tuned for some upcoming travel blogs – Italy, Greece & San Francisco!!) and I’m already missing Europe! I miss it’s amazing wine, food & people of course. I was thus very excited to have been invited by the iYellow Wine Club in Toronto to the launch of the brand new Spanish Tempranillo wine called Radio Boka. It’s not a trip back to Europe, but it made me feel like I was still there for a split second! And who says wine tasting, also says cheese, so I was well served!
It was cool to firstly discover iYellow’s great space in downtown Toronto. They’re up to some really great things; organizing wine events and tastings for people across the city of Toronto. They also represent a handful of really great wine brands from all over the world. If you’d love to know more about wine culture and want to build up your wine knowledge, I highly recommend checking them out.
It was great to taste a brand new label of wine, which will soon be available at the LCBO. Radio Boka is from Valencia and offers a red, white and rosé wine, all three priced around the $10 mark. It has a cool “newschool” label design, something that can definitely appeal to the 18-35 year-olds. It was lovely to have the wine producer from Spain be on hand at the event to talk to everyone about his product, his winery, etc.
If you’re looking for wine to share with friends this summer around a BBQ, a dinner or to bring to a party, Radio Boka could be a new alternative!