Call them next generation, small producer Envínate selected Castilla La Mancha to make their Albahra wine using Granacha Tintorera and Moravia Agria grapes.
Autumn means changing colors and cooler temperatures. For me, especially on chillier evenings, it also means grabbing a red wine, make that Barbaresco.
Why don’t people drink (more) sherry? It’s not common on wine lists and most likely, not in personal cellars either. A cinch to pair with foods, here are three main dishes and facts about the wine made in Andalusia.
Champagne– the word alone elicits reactions and thoughts that often put it into a ‘special occasions only’ box. Yet, life is short and the world unfolds in strange ways. So I do not hesitate to pop a cork and enjoy the present moment because every day is infinitely rich and beautiful. Especially when a fall day seems more like summer… Read more »
Julien Ilbert at Combel La Serre in Cahors produces fresh and harmonious wines with great depth and length. His ‘Au Cerisier’ is no exception.
Wine in the Netherlands?!? Bruno Suter just planted a vineyard and started a winery– Wijndomein De Boe– in the southwest province of Zeeland.
At their small winery based in San Giacomo de Teglio, the Segas team does everything by hand. Extremely steep slopes, small plots and super Valtellina wines.
Small, organic, and producing sleek, mineral-driven wines, Domaine Gueguen Chablis and their rare Cepage Confidentiel are two wines to try now.
Ramato is similar to a rosé and an orange wine but is it? Traditionally made in Fiuli-Venezia Giulia, I dig into this wine to find out more.
In the northwest of Roussillon touching the Languedoc, the small wine region Maury sits in the remote Agly Valley Hills. Wine was introduced here in 600 B.C. by the Phoenicians and Greeks. Historically, neither the Cathars nor Knights Templar came out alive, but the wines produced there did, and are some of the best in Roussillon today. (The above photo… Read more »