Bastianich

BASTIANICH - Colli Orientali del Friuli The region of Friuli Venezia Giulia lies in the far northeast corner of Italy, its central city, Udine, is about 90 minutes northeast of Venice, The Bastianich winery was founded in 1997 and consists of 28 hectares (70 acres). The vineyards are all located in the Colli Orientali del Friuli DOC and are in two distinct zones. The original vineyard in Buttrio/Premariacco lies on the southernmost hills in the DOC. It is influenced by the warmth of the sea and is famous for its ability to produce wines of great power. The second property, in the hills of Cividale del Friuli, is influenced by the bora, the north wind, which, with cooler nights, produces wines of greater aromatic intensity. Both areas share similar soil, ponca, the crumbly sandstone which gives all the wines their signature mineral backbone. TRADITION. CREATIVITY, BALANCE The Bastianich winery mission is to understand the history and culture of the area and take it to a new level, creating unique wines Read more »

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  • Tocai Friulano

    Blanc doux, Cinquien, Istarski Tokay, Malaga, Mosler, Sauvignon de la Correze, Sauvignon gros, Sauvignon à gros grain...

  • Ribolla Gialla

    This ancient Friulian variety was first mentioned in a contract from 1289. In 1402, the local city of Udine prohibite...

  • Friulano

    Blanc doux, Cinquien, Istarski Tokay, Malaga, Mosler, Sauvignon de la Correze, Sauvignon gros, Sauvignon à gros grain...

  • Refosco

    Cagnina, Canina, Crabb's Black Burgandy, Dolcedo, Drobni Rifoshk, Grosse Syrah, Mercouri,Refasco, Refosca, Refoschino...

  • Sauvignon Blanc

    Sauvignon Blanc is widely grown in California -- at over 15,000 acres, it’s now the third most planted variety -- and...

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  • I'm approving this because you were up front about your intentions and ... ... my amigo.  Batali and Bastianich stole from their employees.  So why would I want to store wine at a restaurant at prices that really aren't competitive?Too bad you haven't gone public, as I would happily short your stock. A tiny number of people might find this use... Read More

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  •  Please let me know what you think? Is this worth pursuing? Would some of you use this? Read More

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  • I've taken the liberty of posting a portion of Kermit Lynch's most ... ... Chateau La Roque with Joe Bastianich’s Vespa bianco with our cheeses.Wine leads us to the food that becomes our favorite. It would be unthinkable for a Frenchman to eat his becasse (woodcock) without a fine wine, say a Clos de la Roche, beside his plate, though this fin... Read More

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  • GregT, I think we agree, but the timing is at issue.  Unless you were born ... their being Italian, since Bastianich isn't... funny thing is that Eric and I had a long talk about Eataly when you were using the bathroom at La Sirene and he lamented the negative effect it would have on the remaining small purveyors of regional specialties.  He an... Read More

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  • Perhaps the most famous "Italian" chef these days would be Lidia Bastianich, who was born in a part of Italy that later became Yugoslavia and now is Croatia. Like I said, all the same.Snooth is so cool. I enjoy Lidia Bastianich's TV shows, and I have, in fact, wondered why her name sounded so Slavic.  Sometimes, the answer just comes to you when... Read More

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  • D - pizza wasn't entirely "new" in 1960 when they opened, but it ... maiden name is Matticchio. Bastianich is her husband's name. He was also a Yugoslavian immigrant to the US. They opened their first restaurant together but divorced later.&nbs Read More

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  • " but the idea of some pan-Italian red sauce restaurant wouldn't ... ... these days would be Lidia Bastianich, who was born in a part of Italy that later became Yugoslavia and now is Croatia. Like I said, all the same.As far as that quote goes, it is most assuredly true and my question on hearing it was "What is white sauce?" When I got older ... Read More

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  • New Year’s Eve sparkling wine is arguably the most important wine ... ... ... you are throwing a Lidia Bastianich-style dinner party celebration: Fact: A meal fashioned with lovingly grown ingredients by an exceptionally positive individual in a loving manner is superior to all others. Never eat food produced by a cook who is in a foul mood. W... Read More

    From the article Quiz: Which New Year's Eve Sparkling Wine Are You?


  • I've had this in my possession for awhile now and don't know a whole lot about wine; is there anything special about this wine?  Read More

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  • From deep in the recesses of a gourmet restaurant does the reserve wine list ... ... restaurant boss Joe Bastianich said in Teague's story.  He went on to imply that the wines he chooses for his restaurants are all deserving of “reserve” status, thus eliminating the need for a high and holy list of heavy hitters.  Other restaurant owners, lik... Read More

    From the article The Reserve Wine List: An Artifact From a Different Era?


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