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The alleyways of southern French winemaking
Dear Feastlings, Yes, when the occasion merits it, we start thumbing through the wine list at the Barolo and Barbaresco end of the Piedmont spectrum. But one seventh of the week is a Tuesday- a night when we still want something irrefutably delicious, but that’s maybe less of a bank-breaker. This week, we meet the […]
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Dear Feastlings, We talk about it in our wine tastings all the time- this wine sees 20% new French oak; that one spends time in neutral barrels; another is entirely in stainless steel. And it’s all well and good to talk in a cerebral way about barrel treatment, but what does it mean? This week, […]
Meatloaf said it best: Two out of three ain't bad.
Hello, Feastlings. We fall into traps- when we think of California wine, we think of Napa. In France, Bordeaux is our go-to. And when we say Spain, you likely think Rioja. But it turns out Spain has more area planted to grapes than any other country in the world, and there’s a lot more going […]
Unexpected is often still quite delicious.
A step up without overstepping