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The Great White South: An Introduction to Châteauneuf-Du-Pape …

The wines of Châteauneuf-du-Pape generally cross a wine lover's radar at some point, but even those who enjoy the vibrant Grenache-based reds from France's first officially declared appellation are often unfamiliar with the region's white wines . … from this phase of their development have incredible character and depth, having gained a phenolic richness that seems almost sweet, as well as finer, more delicate savory notes that add fantastic complexity to the wines. …

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Win a Sweet Brooklyn Staycation at Urban Cowboy B&B (Plus Wine …

You'll also win a $100 gift certificate to use to dine and drink at The Randolph, plus a case (that's 12 bottles) of red, white and bubbly from our pals at Wine Awesomeness,which will be waiting in your room for you. Sure, if you … …

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Piedmont Wine Route: Top 10 Guide | Travel | theguardian.com

The Langhe's rolling vine-clad hills produce barolo and barbaresco, two of the world's greatest red wines. … End the tasting with their speciality moscato d'Asti, a unique sweet, fizzy white that has hardly any alcohol. …. Her €27 traditional Piedmont menu is an eight-course feast, from home-cured salami to a flan of Jerusalem artichokes with tangy gorgonzola, thin tajarin noodles with a wild mushroom sauce and tiny agnoletti (ravioli) cooked with butter and sage, veal … …

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How to Become a Wine Taster | JancisRobinson.com

Tilting the glass away from you, preferably against a white background, exposes the different shades of colour (the more the better), especially at the rim where the age of a wine tends to show. The browner a … Red wines tend to go from deep purple to pale tawny while whites go from pale greenish yellow to deep gold. In very … Were the dimensions of sweetness, acidity, alcohol and the possible elements of bitterness, tannin and gassiness in balance, or did one of them obtrude? …

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