Pinot Grigio

    Speaking truth to power: Why I don’t go ape over Riesling

    I’ve gotten so tired of geeks talking up the virtues of Riesling that it actually came as a relief when I read Jancis Robinson’s column on her blog yesterday in which she concedes she might “go to my grave” without the masses never properly appreciating the wine she has loved “for roughly 35 years.” Riesling freaks have been telling us Americans for years that there’s something ...

    7 readers - By STEVE HEIMOFF

    Salwey Pinot Gris – Simply Fabulous

    Home Wine Regions German Wine Salwey Pinot Gris – Simply Fabulous by Tim Lemke - Oct 19, 2014 The longer I run this website, the more I find that the wines that interest me the most are the ones nobody reads about. I don’t think it’s that others wouldn’t enjoy them, they’re just unique gems that folks don’t come across every day and therefore aren’t searching for info about them.

    7 readers - By Tim Lemke/ CheapWineRatings.com

      5 Tips to Pick Wines for Thanksgiving

      Natalie MacLean - - 6 readers - No other holiday celebrates the gift of wine like Thanksgiving. Wine is a taste of the harvest along with all the delicious dishes on the table. But actually choosing a bottle can feel like a thankless task, especially with so many flavors to match. Relax. Have a drink. And try some of my suggestions for great wines to pair with Thanksgiving turkey and all the trimmings that Lea ...

      Bolla ‘Soave’ Classico 2012 – Something different for the Pinot Grigio lovers!

      Girls Go Grape - - 7 readers - Hello wine lovers and happy #wineWednesday. I hope you week has been productive and enjoyable. I was up in Penticton for BC VQA panel earlier this week and was able to meet up with Judy Kingston, owner of Serendipity Winery in Naramata for an interview during her craziest time of the year. Judy is nothing short of a modern-day renaissance woman whom I have tremendous respect for.

      Wine Review: Santa Margherita Valdadige Pinot Grigio 2013

      Edible Arts - - 6 readers - Pinot Grigio is the most popular imported white grape variety in the U.S. Frankly, I just don’t get it. It’s not aromatic and on the palate is largely a mouthful of acidity—refreshing to be sure but so is water and I don’t pay $12 for a glass of water. The problem is not the grape. The very same grape when vinified in Alsace is complex, fleshy, and hedonistic.

      Wine of the Week 20 – a lovely, honest, great value red wine & a bit of a rant

      Quentin Sadler's Wine Page - - 6 readers - Chinon nestling below the walls of Chinon Castle. This where Joan of Arc met the dauphin of France. “Château Chinon” by Touriste – Own work. Licensed under Public domain via Wikimedia Commons A bit of a rant Sometimes I despair about how wine is sold in the UK – by many of the supermarkets anyway. At the cheaper end of the price spectrum it is getting harder and harder to find a ...

    The latest about Pinot Grigio

      Caribbean Surf ‘n’ Turf: How You Got to Pair for da Beach and Sand, Mon.

      … fruit, high acidity, little oak, subtle earth tones and low to medium tannins (too much, and we get bitter finish after the fruit salsa, as well as metallic tones after the lobster). The red solution was an Annabella 2012 Pinot Noir Carneros Special Selection ($18.99) from California with bright cherries, strawberries, a bit of clove and medium body…

      1 readers - By Crozet Gourmet

      Matching Cheese and Wine

      … consider a Cabernet based wine from the New World. Chèvre Brie – A goats cheese brie. See either category. Cimbro – Cow`s milk cheese from north of Verona, Italy. Amarone della Valpolicella Classico is the wine to try. Colby – red Bordeaux, Champagne, Riesling. Comte – Grüner Veltliner or a Pinot Noir for a red. Jura whites also, as from…

      4 readers - By Andrew Barrow/ Spittoon

      Salwey Pinot Gris – Simply Fabulous

      …Home Wine Regions German Wine Salwey Pinot Gris – Simply Fabulous by Tim Lemke - Oct 19, 2014 The longer I run this website, the more I find that the wines that interest me the most are the ones nobody reads about. I don’t think it’s that others wouldn’t enjoy them, they’re just unique gems that folks don’t come across every day and therefore…

      7 readers - By Tim Lemke/ CheapWineRatings.com

      Fire Flower Chenin Blanc Pinot Grigio 2013

      …I’ll be honest, I wasn’t excited about this wine. Whilst I’ve had some lovely Pinot Grigios, I’ve had plenty that are insipid. I’ve drunk divine Chenin Blanc from the Loire Valley in France, but some real duffers from elsewhere, and I’m not South African wine’s biggest consumer, it seem s along way to bring mediocre wine to Europe, we have plenty…

      5 readers - By Erin Mellor/ Golly's Wine Drops

      Weekend Italian Tasting-Vineyard-Oct. 17-18

      …Weekend Italian Tasting-Vineyard-Oct. 17-18 Roger is having an Italian Wine tasting this weekend. Usually Friday 4:30-6:30 hours and 3 to 6 on Saturday, October 18, 2014. The lineup includes: Fattori Danieli Soave Zenato Pinot Grigio IXE IGT Toscana Rosso Ciacci Picclomini Toscana Rosso Valpolicello Superior Banfi Chianti…

      4 readers - By BottleReport.com

      Savoring the Flavors of a Wine County Autumn

      … “Blues Creek” Pinot Grigio. “Ahs” accompanied the dessert of a pillar of bleu cheese-infused cheesecake atop a cherrywood-smoked raspberry chipotle coulis paired with Casa Tiena Vista’s “Dragonfruit” Port and a Port from the Texas-based winery, Missina Hof. The sweet Ports perfectly balanced the rich but savory cheesecake. As we embraced the fall…

      3 readers - By Linda Kissam/ WineChixs.com

      Opening up Antinori

      …, which, along with Sassacaia, launched the movement in the ’70s, as well as Antorini Cervaro dela Sala Chardonnay Umbria, claimed to be “the most decorated wine ever produced in Italy”, when I asked Alessia the best way to get to know Antinori (which is not an easy task considering they own eight estates in Italy and seven others spread across 5…

      2 readers - By Mike Madaio/ Pennsylvania Vine Company

      2013 Pasqua Vigneti del Sole Pinot Grigio delle Venezie...

      …2013 Pasqua Vigneti del Sole Pinot Grigio delle Venezie IGT Enjoying some Pinot Grigio after the rain… Lemon, apple, pear, and white stone on the nose. Lemon and pear on the palate along with Golden Delicious apple flesh yielding to a hint of tarter green apple. For $10, get this, not the expensive stuff! The perfect Pinot Grigio for your mother-in-law. 4/5 bones $ Pinot Grigio 12% abv Veneto, ITALY…

      1 readers - By Shiba Sommelier

      The Best Box Wines - ​Big House White 2013

      …A fresh and tasty kitchen sink blend. A blend of Gruner Veltliner, Gewurztraminer, Viognier, Malvasia Bianca, Sauvignon Blanc and other white varieties from California. SRP of $20 and available widely for around $17. From the bottle: "Yadda, yadda, yadda, Warden! Break outta the confines of stuffy tradition with this no tool required tradition…

      4 readers - By Jon Thorsen/ The Reverse Wine Snob

      “Stack Up” for Halloween with Stack Wines!

      … there in costume ringing doorbells and frolicking through the streets. Give a girl a glass of Cabernet Sauvignon and a 100 Grand Candy Bar… and her night is complete! Nothing beats chocolate and red wine, however if you decided you wanted to give out both red and white, the Pinot Grigio would go great with some Nerds and or a Watermelon Jolly Rancher…

      1 readers - By Sara Lehman/ Somm In The City

      Breaking Into The Box - The Best Boxed Wines

      … Bandit Cabernet Sauvignon Bandit Chardonnay Bandit Pinot Grigio Big House Cardinal Zin Big House Pinot Evil Big House Red Blend Big House White Blend Black Box Cabernet Sauvignon Black Box Platinum Cabernet Sauvignon Black Box Merlot Black Box Pinot Noir Bota Box Cabernet Sauvignon Bota Box Chardonnay Bota Box Malbec Bota…

      4 readers - By Jon Thorsen/ The Reverse Wine Snob

      Wine Review: Santa Margherita Valdadige Pinot Grigio 2013

      …Pinot Grigio is the most popular imported white grape variety in the U.S. Frankly, I just don’t get it. It’s not aromatic and on the palate is largely a mouthful of acidity—refreshing to be sure but so is water and I don’t pay $12 for a glass of water. The problem is not the grape. The very same grape when vinified in Alsace is complex, fleshy…

      6 readers - By Dwight Furrow/ Edible Arts

      Tracie P’s fabu birthday picnic, glam dinner & end-of-the-night smooch

      … able to find a last-minute baby sitter for the cost of a bottle of Venica Pinot Grigio. (THANK YOU AGAIN, Joanne! You are THE BEST!) If you follow the harvest news from Italy, you know that this very wet vintage was extremely challenging for grape growers but outrageously good for truffle foragers. Tony treated us to his Alba white truffle soufflé…

      2 readers - By Do Bianchi/ Do Bianchi

      Must a wine be true to or representative of its type?

      …, Pinot Grigio is typically an inexpensive, simple, light-bodied, crisp, faintly aromatic quaff that ranges from avoidable to enjoyable. In the main, most Grigio drinkers are not in search of or expect structure and complexity; a slight hint of being vinous or “wine-like” is all they ask of it. It’s a wildly popular style of wine, and its sales have…

      5 readers - By TomBarrasWineCommentary
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