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The Wines of Lodi

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Beaujolais Climat Wines from Moulin-à-Vent: New Releases

Posted on November 20 2017

Moulin-à-Vent is the most famous wine growing region of Beaujolais. Last month we traveled to Beaujolais to participate in a tasting of the current releases, including wines made from specific geographic areas called climats in addition to Moulin-à-Vent blends. These … Continue reading

Bulgariana: Attractive Premium Wines from Bulgaria

Posted on November 15 2017

Although Bulgaria has been making wine for thousands of years,  the wines of Bulgaria are not widely known in the US—but they should be.  The post-Soviet era has given rise to a growing number of excellent wineries which are producing … Continue reading

Prosecco, Prosecco Superiore, & Cartizze: Incredible Values from the Best Producers

Posted on November 13 2017

Sales of Prosecco are exploding in the US, UK, Italy, and everywhere else where consumers seek sparkling wine at an affordable price. In this article, we review the best of the current releases.  Those who can afford to drink Champagne … 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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