Someone recently introduced me to Bereche et Fils. A very classic champagne. And we all know a big "Champagne Holiday" is coming up! What are you planning on drinking?
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Panettone is one of the traditional italian desserts, usually associated with the holidays. Here is my attempt at making it...
Here are some of the wines on my Wish List! Pira Dolcetto Burlott Barbera Trediberri Langhe Nebbiolo Magnum Azelia Langhe Nebbiolo Marengo Barolo Vietti Moscato
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One of the traditional desserts you encounter in Piemonte, is the hazelnut cake. I personally prefer Panna Cotta, but I decided to try my hand at the Torta di Nocciole!
Turkey season is upon us So I thought it would be fitting to share some wine suggestion to go with your Thanksgiving meal. Turkey is not a very powerful meat - low in fat and dries out easily. With meat like that, you should try to find a wine that is medium bodied and high... Continue Reading →
One of my favorite producers, Giovanni Corino, has started making a new cru barolo! Can you guess which cru? It is always exciting to see a winery evolve and grow! I got a sneak peak at a recent tasting, and let me tell you, the wine is really good! Barolo Bricco Manescotto! The vineyard, located... Continue Reading →
As you probably already know, I've started to host some wine tastings! Mostly basic tastings, differentiating between 3 grapes: dolcetto, barbera and nebbiolo. I think it is a good way to learn the difference between the 3 main grapes in Piemonte. The dolcetto from Andrea Oberto had the typical purple color of dolcetto. On the... Continue Reading →