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Red Wine In India You might not get to ride through a vineyard, but you can still appreciate what they have to offer post-ride.
Wine From India Wine has a rich heritage in the cycling sport and lifestyle, with good reason. It not only pairs perfectly with your post-ride baguette, but is also good for you; in moderation, wine has been shown to protect against heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, and other chronic conditions. We asked cycling sommelier Stefani Jackenthal, author of Wanderlust Wining and owner of NTS Wine Tasting LLC in New York City, for a few of the best bike wine pairings . Savor one of these for your next ride.
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In South Florida, the average high has plummeted from July’s 91 degrees to a snappy 88 in October. We stash the flip-flops, dig out the sneakers.
Vineyards India In warm-weather states, the seasonal shift is marked by subtle changes, like the arrival of pumpkin spice lattes and our annual grumble about the first, far-too-early holiday decorations.
India Vineyard Either way, we can mark the season ourselves by getting out the recipe file and seeing what we can make from the category called comfort food.
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When I first started getting serious about wines, I wasted a lot of time trying washed out, bland, or bitter Italian wines, mostly industrial-grade paint thinner that came disguised in Chianti bottles. I got pretty frustrated with wine until a friend suggested I try an Argentinean Malbec. It was a revelation. Here was the type of wine I was searching for, rich, delicious, and fragrant. I had finally found an example worthy of the mystique that surrounds wine.
India Winery There is something magical about Argentinean wines. Maybe is the exotic locale, the gauchos, the free spirits, or the snow-capped Andes. Maybe it is a heady mix of nationalities involved in the wine trade; much of the wine is made by Italian Argentinians who seem to make better wine in South American than in Italy (at least in my price range), but there are also Americans such as Paul Hobbs, Frenchmen such as Michel Rolland, a few Portuguese (Finca Flichman), and many freshly transplanted Italians such as Alberto Antonini of Altos Los Horigas currently in Argentina. What is really magical about Argentina is the quality of its wines; the intense, high-altitude sunlight and near-desert conditions cause its grapes to produce intensely flavored wines.
Vineyards India Another aspect of Argentinean wines that I love is the effortless organic culture in the vineyards. The high-altitude and dry air are perfect for viticulture and the vines are seldom bothered by insects or diseases which means that few if any agricultural chemicals have to be used.
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