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Throwback to drinking Larigi 2010 with my friend at N’Ombra de Vin


Another Barbera

It was another meeting of my dinner club and I was bringing a lot of items to the meeting in the pouring rain. It always seems to be that way, when I have way too much to carry in my current position with the club. 643 more words


My first wine experiment

I started collecting wine seriously in 2012. Apart from enjoying the wine, I am interested in finding out for myself whether the things people say about wine—that it ages, that you should let it breathe, that you must keep it at a certain temperature—are true. 289 more words


Season Opener

A lot of roasting going on in the kitchen tonight.

Sausages from Carl’s Cutting Board in Ballard sizzled in the oven. The season’s first bunch of asparagus were snapped, rinsed, and drizzled with oil. 101 more words


Angullong Fossil Hill Barbera 2015

The label on the Fossil Hill range from Angullong used to have a quaint little sea shell fossil as the as a background image, showcasing the early forms of life that existed when nearby Mount Canobolas was under the sea a few moons ago (about 450 million years). 112 more words

Tasting Notes

Produttori di Govone Barbera d’Alba DOC 2015

Winery: Produttori di Govone is a community of grape growers founded in 1957 by Giovanni Dalmasso with a mission to unify and create great wines. Today the cooperative consists of 250 members and 270 hectares. 104 more words