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Wines From India As East Tennessee says goodbye to one of the warmest summers on record, I have four wines to recommend that will complement the mild yet warm evenings still to come.
Wine Club India The 2015 Bolo Valdeorras Godello ($16) comes from rugged mountain vineyards with some vines reaching 100 years old. Valdeorras, whose name means "Valley of Gold," is a wine-producing region in Galicia in the upper northwest corner of Spain where the weather has some influence from the cool Atlantic Ocean. The region has records of grapevines going back to the ancient Romans. During the Middle Ages the vineyards were taken over by religious orders. After a centuries-long period of decline, the area vineyards were recultivated and the Godello grape was reintroduced in the mid-1970s. This is a beautiful, elegant wine with aromas and flavors of peach and melon and good crisp acidity. Imported by one of my favorite Spanish importers, Eric Solomon, this is a wine to serve as an aperitif or with seafood and lighter white meat dishes. Folks who love Pinot Grigio should give this a try.
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Pairing Texas Wines and CheeseTexas MonthlySo when an opportunity to meet with John and Kendall Antonelli of Austin's Antonelli's Cheese House and get their tips on pairing wines with cheese, I was eager to accept. (If you've dined your way through any of Austin's top restaurants, you've no ...
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As Napa’s most influential winery celebrates a half century, we toast a few of its finest vintages.
Vineyards In India Fifty years ago, Robert Mondavi built a big, beautiful winery in Napa Valley and started making Cabernet Sauvignon. Isn’t that what everyone does up there? Well, not in 1966. Napa then was a simple farming community, planted with acres of Petit Syrah and French Colombard and pumping out jugs to fill supermarket shelves. Mondavi’s architectural winery represented an entirely new vision: Designed by none other than Clifford May, it was the first major construction in the valley since Prohibition, and it was meant to produce wines that could rival the best in France.
Wineries In India Leveraging the cachet of Bordeaux, Mondavi smartly focused on Cabernet Sauvignon and, through his relentless marketing, made it synonymous with Napa. He also had an eye for talent: Robert Mondavi Winery was the starting point for some of the valley’s legendary winemakers, beginning with Warren Winiarski, the founder of Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars, and Mike Grgich, of Grgich Hills Estate. Tim Mondavi, Robert’s son, became a respected winemaker in his own right and worked closely with talents including Charles Thomas, who became winemaker at Quintessa and founded Thomas-Hsi, and Paul Hobbs, the consultant and owner of Paul Hobbs Winery. The current winemaker, Genevieve Janssens, became director of winemaking in 1997 and carries on the tradition of making top-tier Napa wines.
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Former Premier League managers Sir Alex Ferguson and Harry Redknapp were well known for their love of wine, but none of them went so far as to own a vineyard or winery.
Winery In India And today's star players are more likely to put their riches into sports cars or flashy apartments, than invest in anything as esoteric as the cultivation of the grape.
Vineyards In India However, outside of the UK it is different, with former Milan, Juventus and Italy star Andrea Pirlo being well known for his love of wine.
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