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The Wines of Friuli: Collio's Elegant Whites

The Wines of Friuli:  Collio's Elegant Whites

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Testarossa Pinot Noirs From the 2015 Vintage

Posted on October 22 2017

This is the second part of our review of Testarossa’s Chardonnay and Pinot Noir  releases from the 2015 vintage.  The first part focused on the estate’s excellent Chardonnays; this one focuses exclusively on Pinot Noir and one Meritage.   The Pinot … Continue reading

The Wines of Steindorfer: First Class Blaufrankisch and Pinot Gris from Burgenland

Posted on October 17 2017

Steindorfer is a family estate  located in Austria on the eastern shore of Lake Neusidel between the towns of Illmitz and Apetlon.  This location is ideally suited for the production of sweet wines and Ernst Steindorder and son Roland craft … Continue reading

The Crios Wines of Argentina’s Susana Balbo

Posted on October 15 2017

Over the years we’ve had the privilege to taste wines with Susana Balbo both in Buenos Aires and at her winery outside Mendoza. Susana makes super-premium wines under her Susana Balbo, Nosotros, and Ben Marco labels at her Dominio del … 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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