Sunday, August 31, 2014

Mia Wines Review

Mia is a Spanish word it means (mine) and it had gotten the name from growers, designers, bottlers and distributors heard of the idea of about the wines they wanted to be a part of it and they started to call it Mia. Mia produced in Freixenet Espana since 1861 their wines are tradicion y pasion (traditional and passion) Gloria Collell is the winemaker for Mia her family have been winemakers and Gloria spend years all over the world talking to wine drinkers sharing their views about wines. 

Mia had sent me to review two sparkling wines in flavor of fruity & sweet moscato and delicate & sweet moscato and three other wines of 2013 delicate & fruity rose wine, 2012 fruity & full bodied red wine and 2013 aromatic & fruity white wine. Mia wines are elegant in every way meaning the shape of the bottle to the exquisite taste. I had never tried any wines that are from past years and when i got to try some of Mia 2012 and 2013 i must say how divine they taste Gloria wines are so much better than the store brands i was buying. 

My favorite one are the two sparkling wines both have a very smooth taste yet sweet i had both with some chocolate covered strawberries and it was so heavenly plus i had some guests over and they had enjoyed the wines. Holidays are around the corner and Mia wines would be perfect for holiday parties, events, get togethers and Mia would sure make a great holiday gift to give. You can find all of Mia wines at 

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