Daily Archives: February 28, 2024

Kasih Paham Queen : Slot Cocktail Night

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Enrico Scavino, One of Piedmont’s Winemaking Greats, Dies at 82

[ad_1] Piedmont has lost an acclaimed winegrower. Enrico Scavino, 82, the proprietor of the Paolo Scavino winery, died Feb. 25, after apparent complications from surgery. Scavino was one of the “Barolo Boys,” a group of vintners whose vision of Barolo produced with modern techniques shook up the region in the 1990s. Their contemporary interpretations of Piedmont’s iconic red grabbed global …

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Château Pédesclaux: Vertical tasting of this reinvigorated Bordeaux fifth growth

[ad_1] In Clive Coates MW’s seminal work ‘The Wines and Domaines of France’, Château Pédesclaux is referred to as an ‘under-achieving classed growth’. Stephen Brook, in ‘The Complete Bordeaux’ notes that this Pauillac fifth growth had a ‘dreary reputation’, with the wines of the 1980s and 1990s lacking interest. However, following the purchase of Pédesclaux by French-Swiss real-estate investor Jacky …

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French police arrest man for stealing 7,000 Burgundy wines – report

[ad_1] Côte de Beaune vineyards, near the village of Meursault. French police arrested the 56-year-old man on suspicion of stealing Burgundy wines earlier this month, after CCTV footage reportedly connected him to theft of bottles at his most recent workplace. A search on the suspect’s home uncovered many more wines that were believed to have been stolen, however.  It’s now …

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Why is a vineyard growing on Rome’s Palatine Hill?

[ad_1] The Palace of Domitian on the Palatine Hill. Rome’s viticultural roots run deep: two millennia ago, its vast empire was the largest producer and distributor of wine – transported and stored in amphorae and wooden barrels. While these often blended concoctions would be unrecognisable to modern palates, they were coveted throughout the ancient world. Enological evidence is everywhere: from …

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Grifalco della Lucania Aglianico del Vulture Gricos 2021 $24 (90 points)

[ad_1] Offers mouthwatering acidity and a silky texture, which carry flavors of pureed raspberry, pomegranate, dried oregano, tar and spices. Features fine tannins that not only make for a dense core that’s well-meshed with the expressive profile, but that also emerge to trim the finish. Drink now through 2029. 3,333 cases made, 1,500 cases imported. [ad_2] Source : e61ad9ffc493f270971711acdc8fcd98

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