Italian Wines and Food

0845 003 7441 90, Wharf Road Industrial Estate, Wharf Road, Woodston
Peterborough, PE2 9PS
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  • RBA, there's too many good wines produced by solid people, don't send part of your "fixed income" to someone you despise.Finished off this mid-week quaff. Nice and interesting Italian white made from the Falanghina grape.  Bright, crisp, tastes of lemon peel/lemon drop (but not bitter), nice acidity and a medium finish. Not overly complex but in... Read More

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  • China isn't the only Asian country making headlines these days.  Foreign investment firm Dezan Shira & Associates have published a story on the English-language business site Vietnam Briefing which details emerging wine trends in Vietnam. “As Vietnam's consumer market continues to grow, more and more global products are pouring into the country,... Read More

    From the article Good Morning, Vietnam! Country Experiencing Dawn Of Wine Industry


  • Mt. Etna is located in northeastern Sicily in the province of Catania. Viticulture on the lower slopes of Mt. Etna dates back millennia. We live, however, in an age where we want to know what you have done for me lately. That’s good news for Etna’s DOC wines. Winemaking on Europe’s most active volcano is hot, both literally and figuratively. Etn... Read More

    From the article The Magic of Mt. Etna


  • Another Wednesday night and a take-out dinner that we bring over to Sandra's parents.  Once again we stopped at Pane Vino to get the Italian food because they have that Wednesday night 1/2 price wine deal, so this time we selected a bottle of Northstar Merlot from Columbia Valley, Washington.  At just $32 it wasn't a bad deal (this was the wine ... Read More

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  • Thought I'd start a topic to see what "different" wines people are drinking. I've been on a hunt to find wines made from lesser known grapes or from unusual areas. Here's one of each.This is a rose made from Cinsault, not too unusual right? Well this is from the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon. Either they don't make very good wine in Lebanon or this bo... Read More

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  • There are dozens of sparkling wines made around the world – Champagne (probably the most well-known) and another 20 or so similar wines made in France; Cava made in Spain; Portuguese Espumante; Spumante and four more Italian sparklers; Sekt made in Germany, Austria and the Czech Republic; Russian Sovetskoye Shampanskoye; Cap Classique from South... Read More

    From the article The Low-Down on Cava


  • It always seemed odd to us that in Piemonte, the land of Barolo, the King of Wines and the Wine of Kings, we would always find a bottle of Barbera in front of us on the table. The answer was and is simple: Barbera is bountiful, versatile, delicious and moderate in price. The Piemontesi drink more reds than whites and almost 50% of the reds that ... Read More

    From the article The Rising Tide of Barbera


  • Sometimes I have to think a minute about what sort of wine would be appropriate with an activity, rather than a certain meal.  I mean, you might pour a glass of wine without any thought given to a food stuff that might be consumed while you enjoy the wine. For instance, I could come home and find one of our cats sleeping on the couch in the fami... Read More

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  • Never rush a good glass of wine. This past week Slow Wine, an Italian movement with its own guide to wine came through Los Angeles to provide a tasting of wines from more than 50 Italian producers. According to a story in the Los Angeles Times by reporter S. Irene Virbila, the Slow Wine movement is an outgrowth of the Slow Food movement which be... Read More

    From the article Take It Slow: Italian Wine Philosophy Eases Into L.A.


  • Sandra and I were fortunate yesterday to attend a quickly sold out (57 minutes after the e-mail went out to the RdV Ambassador members, it was fully booked) 'Introduction to Blind Tasting' class at our favorite Northern Virginia winery, RdV.  Getting our two slots in this class was tough, as we didn't call them until 5 or 6 hours after their e-m... Read More

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