Wine of the Week: Tikves Vranec Special Selection

This week's wine of the week is Tikves Vranec Special Selection from Macedonia. Vranec is apparently the most widely grown grape in Macedonia, a tiny nation in the Balkans, landlocked between Greece, Serbia, Albania, Bulgaria and Kosovo. Apparently I am not the first to discover this wine from Macedonia's oldest winery. The grape also grows... Continue Reading →

Old World Wines: Enantio from Terra dei Forti DOC, Trentino, Italy

Sometimes I come upon a grape I have never heard of and am really surprised to learn its history. This time around it was a wine made from Enantio that surprised me. This wine was from Cantina Valdadige . Apparently Enantio is also sometimes called Lambrusco a foglia frastagliata but is not genetically related to... Continue Reading →

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