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Batasiolo Barbera D'Alba

Maker: Batasiolo, La Morra, Cueno, Piedmont, Italy

Place of origin: Alba, Cueno, Piedmont, Italy

Vintage: 2007

ABV: 14.5%

Purchased for $17

Appearance: Very dark purple, nearly black. 166 more words

Wine

Throwback Thursday: The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera

Si eras de los que veía los muñequitos de los Supersónicos, los Picapiedras y otros personajes famosos de Hanna-Barbera, esta era la atracción que no te podías perder, … 122 more words

Parks

New to Naramata - Tightrope Winery

I visited Tightrope Winery on an overcast winter’s day when there was still some snow in the vineyard, and certainly on the surrounding hills. However, it wasn’t hard to imagine how lovely it will be when the vines are shooting up in a few months and the sun is shining, with Okanagan Lake glistening in the distance. 993 more words

Bc Wine

Langhe e Roero Primi: Tajarin al Sugo di Gorgonzola

Week 2 Challenge: L’ouvo e il Primo (Egg in the 1st Course)
We’re on to week 2 in this year’s food blogging/photography challenge from the… 1,118 more words

Wine & Food

EVERYTHING YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT BARBERA - AND YOU DO WANT TO KNOW

This is a very informative article from Snooth.com  (LINK) on the up-and-coming nature of Barbera, one of my favorite varietals. Follow the link for the article. 6 more words

Wine Education

Fascinating Facts About Barbera, Sangiovese and Aglianico

Italian reds are being featured in today’s Cyber Circle offering from Vinesse, and you can read more about the specific wines here.

Because Italian wine, in general, can be challenging to understand — some grapes are named for regions, while others are not, to name just one perplexity — I thought it might be useful (and perhaps helpful) to assemble just a few fascinating facts about the three varieties featured in the Cyber Circle sampler. 277 more words

Wine In The Glass

Scott Harvey 2011 Barbera Amador County

Scott Harvey is a small vintner in Amador County, California.  They are up in the foothills around Sacramento, California.  Instead of having a tasting at their winery, Scott Harvey has a tasting room in Sutter Creek.   197 more words