We are so excited to this weekend’s upcoming Twitter chat entitled “Nebbiolo: Beyond the B’s” featuring Nebbiolo in “off the beaten path” regions such as yours truly: ROERO. 416 more words
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Time to get caught up on new releases from Italy, beginning with a terrific dry Riesling:
2015 Ettore Germano Riesling “Hérzu” – For several years, Sergio Germano of Serralunga d’Alba, in the Barolo zone, has been releasing a dry Riesling from a vineyard near Dogliani. 837 more words
Lucked into a bottle of Matteo Correggia’s 2007 Roero, a 100% nebbiolo that was a delight with some spinach and mushroom pasta. Not as powerful as a Barolo from that year (a good one), the tannins had softened quite a bit making it quite quaffable if not overly booming. 66 more words
Sommariva Perno is the municipality with the smallest number of vine-planted hectares belonging to the DOCG denomination: 4.53 of Arneis and 0.91 of Nebbiolo, making up 0.53% of the vine-planted hectares belonging to the denomination. 403 more words
This year, six Roero wines received the honor of the Gambero Rosso Tre Bicchieri.
Calling all Californian wine lovers!
Suzanne Hoffman, author of the recently penned Labor of Love: Wine Family Women of Piemonte continues its official book launch in the fine city of San Francisco in conjunction with the San Francisco Wine School. 281 more words
The Italians certainly love their pasta. They also love their Panzanella. Variations of this dish are known throughout the boot of Italy, but, there is nothing quite like savoring the flavors of this dish – especially in the Summer. 335 more words