Far from each of us can boast the ability to choose the right wine, and the store is often guided by the “generally accepted rules”: good wine is necessarily expensive, meat is red, woman is sweet. But as it turned out, such dogmas are delusions. Let’s get rid of them.
HIGH PRICE – THE SIGN OF GOOD DRINK.
It is not always so. Prices for light young wines can be very affordable, and the quality of the product is excellent. Also, do not forget that almost every manufacturer can offer budget options. But in this case, we recommend choosing wines from South Africa, Argentina or Chile. Continue reading
It so happened that in Kazakhstan, white wine is less popular, yielding to the red palm. Not quite deservedly white wine left in the shade, because properly prepared drink has a delicate and elegant taste and a noble golden hue. It can be used not only as a drink, but also as an important ingredient in the preparation of sauces, meat and dessert. But today we are not talking about cooking, but about how to drink and with which to combine white wine. Continue reading
One of the most prominent representatives of Italian winemaking is the Tommasi company. The Tommasi Viticoltori family business for many decades successfully combines the traditions of wine production and modern technology. In 2001, they received the title of “The Best Wine House of Italy” according to Wine & Spirits. Continue reading
What first comes to mind at the mention of France? Eiffel Tower, wine and Champs Elysees. Variations are possible, but “wine” is always present. For the French themselves, wine has long become an integral part of lunch and dinner, not to mention the festive feasts. But was it always? Let’s see.
The Romans, who conquered the territory of Gaul in the 1st century BC, played a fundamental role in the development of winemaking in France. Although the Gauls initially favored Brahe, they were subsequently able to appreciate the taste of the wine. Continue reading
“The embodiment of the American dream on Italian soil” can be described as the story of a successful company Castello Banfi in one sentence.
In the early 1970s, two brothers, Harry and John Mariani, arrived in Italy (Brunello region). The brothers’ love for wine production was grafted by their father, the famous New York winemaker John Mariani. Continue reading