Things Are Looking Up In Dão


Winemakers such as Julia Kemper are leading the region’s revival.

 

What We?re Drinking ? Viluko Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon


Black cherries and chocolate, then blackberries and hints of tobacco, make a rich palate. Drink with flank steak. Recommended. 88 points.

 

Christmas Cakes To Try With Wine


If you have ever travelled in Italy, you have probably noticed how Italian people love to stay “with your legs under the table,” to use the typical local phrase.

 

What We?re Drinking ? Cornerstone Cellars Special Selection Cabernet Sauvignon


This is a big, round, fruit-forward, crowd-pleasing mouthful of wine. Drink with medallions of beef. Highly Recommended. 92 points.

 

Even The ?best? Restaurants Can Ruin A Meal


A trip to Slovenia highlights what great restaurants can do wrong? (and right)

 

What We?re Drinking ? Pieropan Soave Classico


The palate blasts fresh peach, with lemon and flint on the mid-palate. Pair with oysters. Highly Recommended. 90 points.

 

What We?re Drinking ? Rodney Strong Cabernet Sauvignon


This is a pleasant quaff that would pair beautifully with a blue cheese burger. Recommended. 87 points.

 

What We?re Drinking ? Dry Creek Vineyard ?heritage Vines?


This is a big mouthful of wine that calls for a big mouthful of steak to go with it. Pair it with anything you want, as long as it starts with ?cowboy? and ends with ?ribeye.&#822…

 

What We?re Drinking ? Dutton Goldfield ?redwood Ridge? Pinot Noir


Deep, rich, complex, and just begging to complement the dinner table, this is a bottle to seek out. Drink with rack of lamb. Highly Recommended. 94 points.

 

What We?re Drinking ? Macmurray Estate Vineyards Pinot Noir


Food friendly and fruit forward, with a lovely mouth-feel, this is a very pretty glass of wine. Drink with sage-rubbed roast pork. Recommended. 89 points.

 
 
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