Iberian conflagration. But the good kind.
A little something to whet your whistle, and a little something to hum after dinner.
Hello, Feastlings. As those of you who’ve remained in Tucson are acutely aware, it’s HOT. Unpleasantly so. In an effort to make this overly warm season a bit more tolerable, then, we’ve opted this week to pour something clean, crisp, chilly and refreshing: Sauvignon Blanc. There’s many an iteration of this wine, and each place […]
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An island counterpoint to yesterday's mainland.
Wines from land masses.
Boy did we miss YOU.
Dear Feastlings, There’s a grape, the grape most widely planted in central Italy, from up in Romagna all the way down to Lazio, called Sangiovese. A combination of the words “sangue” (blood,) and “giove” (Jupiter,) one can see by its etymology that it’s a varietal backed with no small amount of history and bluster. It’s […]
Refreshing wines that should own your summer.
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