5 Unique Wine Grapes to Focus on this Fall
Breaking out of the routine with some exciting options for Autumn.
Once said to be the same as the Refosco of northwest Italy, and responsible for as much confusion on that front as Valdiguié caused with Gamay, Mondeuse is a variety indigenous to the Savoy region of France where it produces wines that are dark, and a bit chewy though with acids more prominent than tannin. A bit rustic, they almost epitomize the transition from summer to fall with their dark mysterious flavors and firm if medium bodied mouth feel. I always find them to be immensely enjoyable!