Earlier this week, I gave you some recommendations for white wines which should be on your to-drink list this summer. Today it’s all about chilled red wine.
Today’s post is about sweet wine, in particular why it is not as bad as its reputation is. I live in Germany and in this country there is a general prejudice against sweet wines. It is not uncommon that wine drinkers who prefer sweet wines are not taken seriously by fellow wine lovers. While all sweet wines have a tough time in Germany, red sweet wines have a particular bad reputation.
As some of you might know, last week I went to a Gambero Rosso wine event together with fellow wine lover Emi. After the tasting we headed to one of Emi’s favorite wine bars, Sarfati which only serves so-called natural wines. A natural wines bar? Yes!
A few months ago, I filled out and mailed in my application form to become a member of the Wine Century Club. Today is a good day because I received my membership certificate! Membership in the Wine Century Club is free. If you would like to became a member yourself then all you have
It is that time of the year again where there is nothing better than relaxing on the porch with a glass of your favorite drink. Recently I tried out a new cocktail and I absolutely love it! Blackcurrant Prosecco with Blueberries 12 blueberries 0.2 liters of Prosecco di Valdobbiadene DOCG 2 peppermint leafs A shot
Gambero Rosso Tre Bicchieri World Tour Italian wine geeks and frequent readers of this blog are probably already quite familiar with the Gambero Rosso – Italy’s leading and in my opinion best wine guide. The rating system of the Gambero Rosso is quite simple: Only the very best wines of a wine region or appellation
VinItaly Today I want to talk about VinItaly. According to its organizers, VinItaly is the world’s very first wine fair. It was held first in 1977. Ever since the fair has been held in the world-heritage city Verona, Italy. Over the years, Vinitaly grew immensely and it is today the world’s largest wine fair. This