Terroir shines through this pretty Rosé.
Good wine and a new grape to check off the list.
This is a $25 wine in a $12 bottle, as good a bargain as we've tried in months.
At a recent tasting of the newly released five-star 2010 vintage of Brunello di Montalcino, I had a chance to go through several wines in depth at a seminar. But the seminar sample of Val di Suga’s was flat...
Umami and tannins, bacon and herbs. Single vineyard may be the rage, but blends let the winemaker play with the whole palette, for your palate.
Great year, great wine, and (for a 2005 Bordeaux) a great bargain.