I was recently asked about barbera, and if I had a favorite. This is a tough question to answer.
Here are some new additions to Vinmonopolet's selection. I love that Nadia Curto has made it on the list, it's been a while since I've seen her wines in Norway.
Cavallotto Dolcetto d'Alba 2016 We all know I am a huge fan of both dolcetto and Cavallotto. So the combination of them both - wow! Cavallotto ages their dolcetto for 6 month in slavonian oak bottim then in cement tanks for 6 months. In my opinion you can store this dolcetto for 5-10 years, but... Continue Reading →
Cavallotto for my Birthday It has become a tradition to visit Cavallotto for my birthday and this year was no exception. Below you will see the lineup for this year's tasting.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME! Today I turn 26, and I am celebrating true Piemontegirl style in Piemonte with wine and food! The next few days will be all about food, wine and people that I love. You'll read all about it in the next few weeks! Here are some pictures from last year's birthday shenanigans!
Good selections for a reasonable price There are quite a few wines available at Vinmonopolet, andyou can find some great wines at reasonable prices. (Although that's not always the case). Sometimes there are so many options that it's hard to know what to buy. And if you don't know the wines or the wine maker... Continue Reading →
In need of good a summer wine? Wines are good all year, but some work better than others as "summer wine". Below are a few of my favorites to drink during the summer months (or weeks if you live in Norway!) Starting from the left, we have Ettore Germano's Herzu. It is by far one... Continue Reading →
Cavallotto Langhe Nebbiolo 2014 Wine: Langhe Nebbiolo Producer: Cavallotto Region/Appellation: Piemonte, Italy Grape varieties: Nebbiolo Vintage: 2014 Eye: medium ruby color Nose: red fruits, cherries flowers, spices Mouth: medium bodied, minerals, some leather, sweet fruit Price Point: $30 Available at Vinmonopolet: Yes