For those interested in wines grown in volcanic soils, the book Volcanic Wines-Salt, Grit and Power written by MS John Szabo unpacks in detail volcanic wine making regions all over the globe.
Every once in a while I love a plate of spicy noodles loaded up with vegetables and fresh herbs. When thinking about what to pair with it, the white wines of Austria felt like a go-to.
At some point in all our food and wine consumption careers, most of us have come across such an overly stocked wine list that it all goes blurry before our eyes. Where do you start?
Are you planning on traveling for new wine region experiences in this year? If so we have a list of beautiful places to visit that are hot for 2018!
Just like all things in the world, the world of wine keeps changing things up to keep and hopefully expand to new parts of the world, while keeping roots in proven classics. Some of the predictions for 2018 show this to be true, with emerging wine growing regions on the radar of top sommeliers, and the rekindling of an interest in old vine obscure varietals.
New Year’s Eve Party Fare + Midnight Champagne Toast