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The Wines of Bulgaria

The Wines of Bulgaria

Bulgaria is one of the world’s oldest wine regions. It’s home to indigenous grape varieties like Mavrud, Misket and Dimyat as well as international varieties like Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay. We will be traveling to Bulgaria this spring to learn more about its energetic wine scene with the aim of educating American and other consumers in our forthcoming report on The Wines of Bulgaria.
Look for it this summer!

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Argentina’s Domaine Bousquet: High Altitude Selections from the Uco Valley

Posted on April 21 2018

Located in the Tupungato district of Mendoza’s Uco Valley, this very high altitude estate (5249’) buffeted by the cool winds of the Andes was founded by Jean Bousquet in 1997 with a first release of wines in 2005. Today the … Continue reading

Tannat and More from Uruguay’s Bodega Marichal

Posted on April 10 2018

Juan Andrés Marichal is one our favorite Uruguayan winemakers, and these new releases of his don’t disappoint.  Bodega Marichal is a family-owned winery established in 1938 in the Canelones region located west of Montevideo.  We visited Juan at his winery … Continue reading

Mt. Beautiful of North Canterbury: New Releases

Posted on April 3 2018

David Teece, the founder of Mt Beautiful wines, grew up on a farm in New Zealand, studied economics at the University of Pennsylvania, and taught at Stanford and Oxford before settling down in Berkeley, California, where he is a professor … 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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