Jan 31, 2022
Valpolicella is a famed red wine region in the foothills north of the city of Verona. This area has been making wine since the time of the Ancient Greeks, whose legacy is kept alive by the common practice drying grapes to concentrate the flavors in the finished wines.
Photo: Valpolicella, from Unsplash
We covered this...
Jan 25, 2022
This week we explore the "other, other" red grape of the Piedmont (after Nebbiolo and Barbera) -- Dolcetto. This grape can be a challenge in the vineyard and in the cellar, but it is capable of producing some of the most satisfying, tasty, and unique wines you can have.
Jan 18, 2022
Cahors is the best-known appellation in Southwest France, likely because the wine of the region is based off a grape everyone knows: Malbec.
Made around the town of Cahors, 160km/100 mi east of Bordeaux, this region hugs the river Lot, and stretches over slopes with such varied soil,...
Jan 13, 2022
Note: I recorded this right before I got
sick so I sound a little 'throaty' but I hope you'll enjoy the show
For the first show of 2022, we start out with a dorky one and answer the question:
Where does aroma come from and are the things people describe in wine like roses, smoke, and pepper...