This story comes from the war diary of my grandfather, Archie Brick, one of the first Americans in Europe in World War I. It is the story of every American doughboy, as told in one man's diary.
This is fresh and fruity, with some acid zing. It pairs beautifully with crispy roast pork.
This needs at least five years to loosen up and let the fruit flavors free.
Enough acidity to pair well with food, but a full, balanced body that would work well on its own, too.
This is not just an aperitif wine, it’s a dinner wine too.
This is an acid-driven food-friendly wine to be enjoyed with anything burger or bolognese.
The Blanc de Noirs was my favorite of the Gloria Ferrer sparkling wines I tasted this season.