"So we are in the mountainside of Abruzzo. Abruzzo is divided in two main areas: the mountainside and the coastal part. The mountainside which covers approximately two thirds of the entire region has a subcontinental climate." Giulia Migliorati of Valle Reale
Monthly Archives: November 2018
- "Austrian wine is a story of new beginnings and at the same time long traditions." Martin Nittnaus of Anita and Hans Nittnaus
- Wine should be fun. Yes, we drink many very serious wines and we discuss them seriously, but, to us, that’s fun. It’s intellectual, it’s sensuous, it’s culturally interesting, it’s geographically stimulating and it’s often deeply pleasurable. But it’s also just fun for us.
- "In my opinion, Cinsault is an adopted grape in Lebanon. Since the French don’t like it anymore, we adopted it. We take good care of it. I would say, Cinsault now is more Lebanese than French." Faouzi Issa of Domaine des Tourelles
- Get your Gamay on and celebrate the first wine of the harvest TODAY, Thursday, November 15th!
- "We were never big fans of American Merlot. We found it sweet and simple. As always with wine, there were exceptions." Dorothy J. Gaiter and John Brecher explore Thanksgiving wines
- "... it is the vintage, the terroir, the grape variety that guides the vinification. It is the tasting of the grapes, and then the juices, that will allow me to express the potential of each year, of each plot." Frederic Moreau
- "There are many amazing wines around the world, but what's important when tasting wine is to be reminded of the area it comes from." - Elia Pellegrini
- "We don't sit around and say what we already know about how challenging things are for women. We use our knowledge and experience as leaders to think about constructive change and how to bring it about," said Evelyne Boizel
- Camille Lapierre and Jean Foillard discuss the origins and doctrine of natural wine.