Another month has almost come to an end and it’s time for Vino in Love’s end of the month Mini Reviews. May’s edition covers 14 wines. Most of these I tasted with friends and family; others I received as samples. A few of them may be more difficult to find than others. When available, I’ll post a Wine Searcher link to
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
This post is my entry in the 17th edition of the Monthly Wine Writing Challenge (#MWCC17). The theme, epiphany, was set by the previous winner John of The Wine Raconteur. This marks also my first ever entry in this monthly competition.
Today’s post is all about Lombrone, a Sangiovese varietal that hails from Montecucco in Tuscany. Montecucco is a wine-producing area which sits between Scansano, best known for Morellino di Scansano, and Montalcino, birthplace of the world-famous Brunello di Montalcino.
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!
Another month has passed and it’s time for Vino in Love’s end of the month Mini Reviews. This month’s edition covers 14 wines and is slightly dominated by German wines. Some of them may be more difficult to find than others. When available, I’ll post a Wine Searcher link to help you find the wine. 2010 Agricola
Over the last weeks I tasted a good number of reds. In this post I will highlight three of them of which I believe are of particularly good value. The first is a Barolo, the second a Montepulciano d’Abruzzo and the third a Cannonau Riserva.