Get Out of Your Wine Rut! Delicious, Uncommon Wine Varietals You’ve Maybe Never Heard Of
Get out of your wine rut with some uncommon grape varieties like Barbera from Piedmont or Albariño from Spain. A change in varietal, from Culinaire...
Itâs time to change up your wine. Don’t reach for that grape varietal you always go for. Instead, try a wine youâve never heard of. Cabernet Sauvignon? Everybody knows that one. Riesling? It’s that German sweet stuff, right? Malbec? From Argentina, great with steak. Pinot Noir? That’s the fancy...
Wine Basics — Grape Varietals 101: Sangiovese
An introductory guide to Sangiovese wine. Everything you need to know about the grape variety including flavour, food pairings, growing regions...
Try a Sangiovese wine if you like Barbera, Tempranillo, or Valpolicella. Overview of the Sangiovese wine varietal A medium-to-full body, medium-to-high tannin, and high acidity wine Why we like the Sangiovese varietal, grape and wine The mouthwatering acidity and strong tannins make it very food...
About the Producer
La Morra, Cuneo, Italy
The word Langhe comes from the Latin linguae (tongues), according to the conjecture most credited by historians. And when you look down from the town of La Morra, one of the finest production areas for Barolo, a few kilometres from Alba (Cuneo), in the heart of Piedmont, the rolling hills do indeed look...
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