With the pandemic, I’ve been dreaming even more of travel, so I’d love to hear your thoughts on the vineyards and cellars you’d most love to visit when travel is possible again. For an extra challenge, bonus points to areas outside of France and Italy!
2004 Giuseppe E Figlio Mascarello Barolo Monprivato. Classic and typical with cherries, spice, soil, tar and leather. Concentrated with complex nuances. Great Barolo. Many years to go…
Vintage 2004 from Spinetta..
I’ve started delving into wine in the last year and am just now really starting to get into it. I love the art of finding complexities in food and drink so it’s really becoming fun.
I’d like to look into starting to age wine for myself… I’d sort of like to go big or go home with it… I’m 25 now and I’d like to pick up 1 to 2 bottle each month for the next few years that I won’t touch for probably the next 10 or so years after that. I’ve read some articles on how to get started but I’d like some advice from the people of Reddit as well. I’ve got a closet that sits below 70 degrees even during the hottest days of summer so I’m going to dedicate it to holding the bottles for now until my wife and I buy a new house in the coming years where I can build a legitimate bottle cellar for both beer and wine. Does anyone have some good recommendations on bottles to pick up now to start my journey?
Is it really as simple as just enjoying a bottle and than going back to the store to pick up another to hold onto for the future?
Crockpot Braised Red Wine Short Ribs with Cheddar Potato Perogies Half Baked Harvest
Reposted from @stewswinesnorwalk Rock on! Jon Bon Jovi sent a shout-out to Stew to tell us what he’s enjoying this holiday season! Visit us in-store, or shop online for quick curbside pickup or delivery at StewsWines.com
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5 facts about #Prosecco
1. #glera is the variety used to make it.
2. The italian #docg that regulates it are: #veneto and #friuli🇮🇹
3. It’s made with #charmat method (its second fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks).
4. #bellini is the most famous cocktail made with prosecco. 🥂
5. Eventhough #glera is the most used variety, the are other versions of prosecco that use #pinotgris.
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