Having known mixologist-historian David Wondrich for a while, it was fun to talk with him recently about cognac, and how he would present this high-toned spirit to wine-oriented people. Wine-drinkers will en...
Dry on the palate with medium acidity, medium-full body, and medium flavors of citrus zest, peach, pink apples, and yellow cherry. Recommended (89-91).
It’s a cliché to say this, but in the U.S., Romanian wine is as mysterious as a Transylvanian castle. In fact, Transylvania is one of the three major wine-growing areas of Romania, I learned this summer when some of that country’s major wine producers paid a visit to New York City.
After 8,000 years of winemaking, it seems strange that so few of us in the West have tried Georgian wines – that’s the Republic of Georgia, formerly part of the Soviet Union.