Over the last few months, I worked on an academic paper for my university studies in which I focused on comparing Apulia’s signature grape, Primitivo, with California’s iconic Zinfandel.
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The last two months have been rough and busy for me and I had actually intended to finish quite a few posts but university and work consumed most of my time. Anyways, when time allowed I drank some wine and some – most of it was good and some worth writing about. October should be less stressful and so
Frequent readers of Vino in Love know that most of the time I review and write about Italian wine but today I make an exception. A few days ago, I visited my family and one evening my father suggested that I should pick a bottle of wine from his cellar for our dinner. His cellar is very
Californian Primitivo For many years, sommeliers and scientists alike have been debating whether Primitivo and Zinfandel are the same grape or not. The Primitivo grape is characterized by its high sugar level, which often results in wines with a rather high alcohol by volume. In Italy, the grape is mostly planted in Apulia but there
First time Well here it is. The first time that Vino in Love has tasting notes for an American wine for you. The wine is nothing special. It took me some time to find an American “starter” wine that was affordable. I heard lots of good things about Beringer so I decided to go with