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The Wines of Lodi

The Wines of Lodi

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Warwick Wine Estate of Stellenbosch

Posted on February 19 2018

We visited winemaker Nic van Aarde last week at the attractive Warwick Wine Estate on Hwy 340 north of Stellenbosch.  Warwick produces about 120 thousand cases annually from both estate and purchased fruit. They’ve decided that Chardonnay and Bordeaux varieties … Continue reading

Samantha O’Keefe’s Terroir Wines from Greyton’s Lismore Winery

Posted on February 9 2018

Samantha O’Keefe of Lismore Winery makes unique, nuanced wines from exceptional, South African terroir. Her vineyards are located well off the beaten path in the shadows of the Riviersonderend mountain range outside Greyton.  The dry farmed vines are planted on … Continue reading

La Bellanotte of Friuli Isonzo: Current Releases

Posted on February 5 2018

La Bellanotte has a lengthy, illustrious history, but its modern winemaking dates only from 2000 when Paolo Benassi, son of the owner, Giuliana Guadagni, assumed management of the estate. Located in Farra d’Isonzo, it currently has 8 hectares of vines … Continue reading

Wine & Food

Food and Collio Wine in Friuli

The food and wine of Friuli show the influence of Italian, Slavic, and Germanic cultures.  Friuli is home to the country’s best cured meats, especially, prosciutto, flavorful cheeses made from cows that graze on Alpine pasture, creamy polenta, and venison … Continue reading

Beaujolais and Food

Beaujolais is a terrific food wine. Its abundance of fruit, high acidity, and low alcohol make it ideal for pairing with food.

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Sparkling wines are among the most versatile of wines offering dry, high acid, and lively mouth filling flavors to accompany food.

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