It is time for this week’s wine quiz. We are continuing the Italian Regions and today it is all about Umbria but before we get to the questions we will go over the answers of last week’s edition.
Today’s post is about Calabria and its many ancient grape varieties including Magliocco – not to be confused with Gaglioppo. Calabria is one of those Italian wine regions that still offers many good value wines. One reason for this is that Calabria did a rather poor job at marketing its wines and so they are still
Usually, Wednesday is wine quiz time on Vino in Love and I had intended to post this yesterday but somehow things got in-between and so it’s a day late. Before we get to the quiz, here are the answers from last edition.
Schiava, Lagrein and Gewürztraminer are among the most commonly associated grape varieties with South Tyrol but the region is also home to some astonishing white wines from international varieties like Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. Tenute Loacker is one of the wineries that produces varietals out of these international varieties and in today’s wine review we will take
I’ve been trying more and more American wine lately and last week I opened a bottle of 2009 Rutherford Ranch Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa Valley. Below are my tasting notes for it.
Wednesday is wine quiz time on Vino in Love but before we get to the quiz, here are the answers from last week’s edition.
I taste lots of wine every month that doesn’t get its own dedicated post. The monthly Mini-Reviews allow me to share these tasting notes with you. One post – many reviews!