Above: Monforte d’Alba is a village in the “Barolo” appellation. It lies in the “Langhe” hills of the “Piemonte” region. EU regulations restrict a Monforte-based producer of Barolo from mentioning “Langhe” or “Piemonte” in online and other marketing materials because of a perceived conflict with the “Langhe” and “Piemonte” appellations. 93 more words
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Writing in a hurry this morning as I head out of Boulder on my way back to Texas.
But I did find time to post my op-ed about… 48 more words
It’s been quite a ride and it ain’t over yet.
The dish above was the pairing for the Chardonnay that was poured so liberally yesterday at the amazing Flagstaff House. 73 more words
Here are my personal highlight wines that were poured at the phenomenal “Old & Rare” tasting by the Guild of Sommeliers yesterday:
Domaine Jean Collet 2004 Chablis Valmur Grand Cru… 46 more words
Message to Americans preparing to pair wines with their Thanksgiving feast: avoid Beaujolais Nouveau at all costs, get over your fear of rosé, and if you can’t be with the wine you love, love the wine you’re with… 15 more words