Wine of the Week: Les Cepages Baron Philippe de Rothschild At Metropolitan Museum of Art

One of the truly great places to be at Christmas, if not skiing somewhere exciting, sunning somewhere warm or sailing in the Caribbean, is New York City. The city is festooned with beautiful Christmas lights and alive with wonderful Christmas shows. I love Christmas and all that it brings, including for me, a trip to... Continue Reading →

Italian Indigenous Varieties: Carignano Nero – Sardinia

Carignano Nero is a grape variety that was brought to Sardinia from Spain by way of Corsica and the South of France. A hearty grape variety it produces red wines of considerable weight and alcohol with a relatively dry mouthfeel. It is the principal grape variety in the wines from the Carignano del Sulcis DOC.... Continue Reading →

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