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Top-notch boutique wine producers don’t cut corners, it costs what it costs. A cheaper winemaking process or an increase in production to hit regulation price points does not fit with their ethos. This is what wine is all about in my book. The wines below are from Independent Wine Love Italian food? Check out my blogContinue reading “They don’t cut corners, it costs what it costs”
In 70’s & 80’ Austrian & German wine industry, was known mainly for producing sweet and semi sweet wines. To make quality sweet wines you need grapes with high sugar levels. A vintage lacking sunshine would make it almost impossible to make sweet wines. Well… if you are contracted to making medium sweet wines forContinue reading “Austrian Wine Industry Born Again”
Nebbiolo is a thick skinned black Italian grape that strut’s its stuff in Piemonte in North East Italy, producing iconic wines like Barolo & Barbaresco. Unfortunately, like Pinot Noir from Burgundy, great tasting Nebbiolo wines from Piemonte are expensive and very difficult to find. Barolo is regarded as the King and Barbaresco the Queen ofContinue reading “Nebbiolo wines that won’t send your Mouth into Electric Shock”
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