Chilean Wineries: De Martino’s Viejas Tinajas

Today I was lucky enough to attend a seminar hosted by Snooth on the Wines of Chile. The wines we tasted today were a selection of Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir, Carmenere and even a Malbec. It was a seminar centered around how so much of Chile can be considered cool climate terroir whether the vineyards... Continue Reading →

Italian Indigenous Varieties: Dolciame Bianco (Umbria), Doux d’Henry and Durasa (Piedmont)

Rather than discuss the exciting events of last night's James Beard Awards which I attended for the first time, I am going to continue down my own path and write about this week's Italian indigenous grape varieties. I am putting three varieties together not because they are related but because of limited information on each... Continue Reading →

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