So. On day two of the trip aka the continuing day of no sleep, cranky crying children aboard planes and almost 30 hours of not eating we were moseying around the Amsterdam airport in search of coffee and “food-that-would-not-kill-me”.
What a beautiful airport! I cannot even fathom the size of it as it took quite a while to get to it after we landed, it being such an international hub of travel! I know even walking around the gates and finding things were a feat, and not one to be made when one was short of time.
So alas the full tour of Amsterdam will be another time, but I did get to sample their delicious cheeses, tulips, friendliness, and their beautiful airport. Oh, and of course their cafés, fabulous breakfast at the Panini, Pizza, Pasta place on the second level!
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In wine there is truth. This blog is about my own musings, from the very beginnings....
In my very first wine experience, I did not even like the smell of wine. I loved the tanks, hoses, and barrels but plugged my nose while walking around the winery. In reality, this wine ninja was all of 5 years of age and had many years to go before falling under the allure of wine.
Flash forward a few years, I was culinary bound, learning about flavours, origins and the land and then discovered the concept of Wine pairings. My mind was blown :O! I needed to learn all I could, so I took a chance and applied at 3 wineries. I started at my first choice one on an entry level position, but I have never looked back. I grew with the winery, experiencing different aspects and later growing with the company in management in all aspects of retail and also in sales.
Though I have done schooling for other things artistic in nature, I have always circled back to wine, the siren to my career. I have my ISG diploma, are WSET Certified and strive to learn all I can, taking my WSET Diploma with a goal in sight.
This is a place where I will share my true impressions, experiences, tastings, recipes (gluten free as I am a celiac), and thoughts not of anyone else.
In vino veritas, the quest for knowledge never ends.
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