Wines That Rang our Bell in March 2014
Our Favorite Wine Writers Share Their Picks
Nobody does Arneis like Giacosa, or at least I haven't yet found one as good. It has such a great backbone, but with finesse, floral notes, stone fruits, and sometimes apple notes, plenty of acidity and minerality...every time. It pairs well with many types of food. Yes, easily with traditional white wine fair, but also with dried meats and cheeses. So reliable, and satisfying, it holds up through to the bottom of the bottle.