It’s a revelation – you’ll look at wines in a whole new way.
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Taste: Light and fresh with aromas of violets, red fruits and spice (cinnamon), followed by flavors of cherry, cranberry, raspberry and sometimes blackberry, together with peppery notes and earthy undertones. (more…)
Taste: Aroma of flowers, straw, honey and pepper with flavors of apple, lemon, apricot and grapes, accompanied by mineral, nutty and smoky notes. Body: Medium to full Dry / Sweet: Dry Acidity: High Age: Generally require a few years of bottle age, while the best need a decade to fully mature. Other: Makes an interesting alternative to Sauvignon Blanc (Unoaked). Description…
Taste: Floral aroma of rose petals, violets, jasmine, lemon blossom and a hint of spice with flavors of citrus fruits, apple, pear, peach and nectarine. Good acidity gives a fresh finish. Body: Light to medium Dry / Sweet: Dry Acidity: Medium to high Age: Drink while young and fresh. Other: Alcohol levels are generally low, around 11%. Description Moschofilero (mos-ko-FEE-leh-ro) is…
There are so many wonderful and fascinating grape varieties to discover on the app.
Each one is unique and presents its own range of sensual pleasures for you to enjoy.
It’s easier than you think and will greatly increase your enjoyment of wine.
Once you understand the basic principles the mystery will disappear.
PAIRS BEST WITH: Crisp & Rich whites or Fruity & Smooth reds. ALSO CONSIDER: Aromatic whites & Powerful reds. Veal is similar to Pork, in that it occupies the middle ground between red meat and white meat and can pair well with either red or white wine. The delicate flavor and tender texture of veal should be…
PAIRS BEST WITH: Crisp whites ALSO CONSIDER: Aromatic & Rich whites with good acidity The guidelines for matching shellfish with wine are very similar to those of fish. They can be delicate or highly flavored and light in texture, or quite substantial. As with fish, good acidity in the wine is very important and therefore Crisp style white…
PAIRS BEST WITH: Aromatic & Crisp whites or Fruity reds ALSO CONSIDER: Rich whites These are the simplest form of cheese, as they are not aged and therefore have a short shelf life. They are usually soft, mild and creamy with high moisture content and are therefore relatively low in fat (for a cheese). Examples include Cream…
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This understanding will reveal your wine preferences and guide the wine selections you make.
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