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  • Sangiovese

    Prounounced “San-joh-vay-say,” this Italian wine varietal is Tuscany’s #1 red wine grape. It’s the pistol of Central ...

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  • I was going to recommend Chianti or Montalcino--friends went there recently and didn't have too much trouble getting into wineries to taste, Montalcino has tasting rooms right downtown.  My other recommendations was going to be flying to somewhere close to Avignon and going to Chateauneuf du Pape.  David Sharp at WineMine recently was there and ... Read More

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  • The above suggestions are solid, but I'll also add that if you can find ... you'll be quite close to Chianti, which seems to meet all of Greg's guideline Read More

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  • I'll be in Germany next week, and once I arrive I plan to drag my jet-lagged self to Alsace, France to tour a few wineries there (a couple hours from Frankfurt). BUT- I'm not really into white wines as much as reds, though I don't mind Gewurtzraminer and Dry Riesling.But I am thinking of taking a day off toward the end of the week. I can get pre... Read More

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  • Lucha, we're looking forward to the outcome.Going back a way to JD's ... big name in the upper end of Chianti Classicos.  I just roped in a handful of bottles at JJBuckley's Fall clearance; it's above my daily drinker range but very reasonable for a wine that could lie down for a while.  It's not up there with Fontodi's prestige bottles, or a ... Read More

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  • " but the idea of some pan-Italian red sauce restaurant wouldn't ... ... places with the bottle of Chianti are perfect examples of pan-Italian. Tomato-based dishes come from the south and if there were a "natural" pairing, it would be with wines from the south of Italy, not from Tuscany. But the producers in Chianti so dominated the export mar... Read More

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  • "The red-checked tablecloth places with the bottle of Chianti are perfect examples of pan-Italian."My favorite Italian place in Tokyo (hope my Tuscan chef/owner-friend Mario who runs another restaurant I often frequent doesn't read this) has red-checked tablecloths and is literally named 'Chianti'.  ;-)    Was an in-spot for celebs back in the '... Read More

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  • Greg, great post from earlier this month, which I somehow missed until now. You ... from oldskool salad-dressing Chianti, of course....Lindemen, nice imagery regarding Santa's wine-delivery finesse. Wines don't have to be that old, unfortunately, to be eligible for the vinegar cask, or direct use as salad dressing. Open a cheap bottle, perhaps ... Read More

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  • “When was the land first used to grow grapes?” This is a common ... reminisce about those wicker Chianti bottles from the 1970s, shall we?) While regions like Chianti ramped up production in the mid-to-late twentieth century, Franciacorta remained dedicated to exacting quality in the absence of over-farming. Nearly forty years ago, Vittorio Mo... Read More

    From the article Northern Italy's Big Little Secret Wine Region Is Making History


  • Quite the hodpodge tonight. Took over some Quivet Syrah to a new friend's ... made it all the better.The Chianti Classico, no surprise, was the best foil for the italian food, which was a good mushroom/pepperoni pizza, with some angel hair - tomato sauced pasta w/ shrimp, calamari, and fish. Anyway, this was a nice even CC with a little flair ... Read More

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  • Nicely done!  BTW, Emark isn't the only one with a few wines on hand ... carry at least one Ruffino Chianti--Ruffino is one of the oldest and biggest producers--and all the Ruffinos are competent and representative.  They carry a line of Italian wines called Epicuro that are absurdly inexpensive and decently made.  It's a "supermarket" wine in... Read More

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