|Region:||France » Alsace|
Clean and bright with dried citrus aromas that are rather fruity on the nose! This shows a lovely texture on the palate. A bit simple and a bit spicy, yet with great energy to the quince and tart apple fruit. It gains some breadth on the palate but rem...
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History of the grape: Garganega is a white varietal that has been grown in the region for centuries. It is a primary ...
British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...
The irony here is that Syrah’s origins could give Carmen Sandiego a run for her international wallet. Syrah’s deepest...
“With so voluptuous a perfume, so sweet an edge, they make the blood run hot,” Joel Fleischman, wine columnist at Van...
History of the grape: Pinot Blanc was first grown in Burgundy and Champagne, France, and can be traced by some source...
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Wine is so confusing! I love a good Pinot Blanc, or Pinot Bianco. But what do I love when it's not necessarily a Pinot Blanc? Let me explain. Alsace is unique in France, having created its appellation system by varietal instead of region. Except when they haven't. Alsace Pinot Gris is Pinot Gris, Alsace Riesling is Riesling. But when it comes t... Read More
Pinot Blanc is the lost sibling of the Pinot family.We’re all familiar with Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris, two varieties of wine that get more than their fair share of attention, but what about Pinot Blanc? In theory, though this often tends not to be the case, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris are closely related siblings. The primary difference is that P... Read More
Tried the wines from Natalino Crognaletti at the Real Wine Fair in London and was quite excited about the range. This wine was really interesting with a fresh citrus base and a special mushroomy note on the nose. Well balanced. If you see their 1998 Marche Bianco, grab it without hesitation. It has aged excellently and developed an interesting c... Read More
This Oregon Pinot Blanc was made in the traditional Italian Pinot Bianco style. Crisp with bright acidity, this wine is super refreshing and perfect for warm summer afternoons on the patio. Enticing aromas of grapefruit and pear follow through to the front and mid palate and this finish is all about the citrus fruits. This is one of those extrem... Read More
This for all Snooth members.I'm trying to introduce myself to the community, I'm an italian guy, wine lover.Check out my profile and trophies.I'm proud about the "region specialist" trophy 'cause I reviewed more than 50 wines from Italy.I also got also "wine collector" trophy 'cause my cellar contains more than 10 wines, I aim to be "Cellar Mast... Read More
Just back from a 4 day visit to Italy, the centerpiece of which was several discussions in Asti regarding the recent explosion of interest concerning moscato and how Moscato d'Asti might stay ahead of the curve there. I was actually very surprised to learn that some 83% of Moscato sold in the US is not Italian! Lots of domestic stuff floating ar... Read More
Törggelen: you aren't going to hear it in a VW commercial. It's not useful for sledding down snowy slopes either, though when you think of the Alto Adige, white capped peaks do spring to mind.As foreign as it looks and sounds, the Törggelen tradition is something we all do! In the U.S., autumn means pumpkin picking, drinking apple cider and raki... Read More
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Grape varieties:Pinot Grigio 50% and Sauvignon Blanc 50%.The vines are cultivated using spalliera method.The pruning is making using cordon spur method with 5.000 bases/ha.Area of production:Grape come from in the Soave area. The soil is of lavic basaltic origni.Vinification:The harvest takes place at the beginning of September.Pinot Grigio and ... Read More
So who goes to a Mexican restaurant thinking about wine?Not many people, but Salpicon restaurant in Chicago is working to change that. I’ve never been to Salpicon and frankly I’ve already forgotten how I found out about it, but wow, what a wine list!I know what you’re saying. Yes, great wine list, but Mexican food can be difficult to pair with w... Read More