Daily Archives: November 11, 2022

a glass of wine | I was sitting in a wine shop with a friend…

I was sitting in a wine shop with a friend and we ordered and they served us a very nice Italian white wine. It’s an Italian Ribolla Gialla from Friuli Colli Orientali. If you have a chance to try it, you will be pleased with a nice traditional northern Italian wine, very rich and delicate in flavors. I personally suggest …

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Hang Out With Top Wine Writers and Talk Shop. For Free.

Are you a writer? Do you write about wine, or do you want to? Are you ready to sit in a room again with fellow human beings and do the things that we used to do before we were all scared of the disease? If you answered yes to all those questions, then you might consider applying to attend the …

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Your round?

@WineAlchemy1 has added a photo to the pool: Participants at Slow Wine. Held at the biannual Salone del Gusto. In the courtyard of the Palazzo Reale, Torino, Piemonte, Italy. Source : https://www.flickr.com/photos/winealchemy1/30573580890/in/[email protected]

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‘Straight Talk’ Podcast Episode 2 Spotlights Mondavi Legacy with Exclusive Interviews

Hosted by Wine Spectator’s James Molesworth, episode 2 of the new Straight Talk podcast features a deep dive into the Robert Mondavi Winery legacy, featuring exclusive interviews with Wine Spectator editor and publisher Marvin R. Shanken, Continuum Estate co-founder and Robert’s son Tim Mondavi, international winemaking star and Mondavi winery alum Paul Hobbs, and with Mount Veeder winery founders and …

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Ruggeri – Prosecco’s festive beauty

Ruggeri is, both geographically and historically, at the beating heart of Prosecco’s Valdobbiadene. The winery was founded by Giustino Bisol and his cousin, Luciano Ruggeri in 1950. However, before the company was established, Giustino’s father and grandfather, Luigi and dad Eliseo Bisol, had been trailblazing for future generations, being amongst the first winemakers to focus on sparkling wines in the …

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Daily Wine News: CA’s Natural Champion

In the San Francisco Chronicle, Esther Mobley profiles winemaker Paul Draper, who retired from making wines at Ridge in 2016, and who she credits with helping to inspire California’s natural wine movement, despite rarely getting credit. “Draper has always referred to his philosophy as “pre-industrial winemaking.” It’s not far from the “minimal intervention” moniker that gets bandied about a lot …

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