Hoy hemos te tenido el placer de poder visitar posiblemente la destilería más antigua de España, donde se destila la Gin Lobb que la encontrarás en la @bodeguetavilassar, aparte de saborear el mejor licor de cacao hasta el día de hoy.
Aí vai um roteiro de como pedir a bebida em estabelecimentos, com dicas para não cometer deslizes. Hoje em meu Blog na Veja São Paulo. Link aqui e na bio:
APROVEITE ESSA OPORTUNIDADE - Certificação Brasileira e Internacional. O Módulo de Países (módulo II) é um dos três exigidos para a Formação de Sommeliers e Profissionais da ABS-SP, é uma viagem virtual por todos os países produtores, do Velho e do Novo Mundo, que serão conhecidos nos mínimos detalhes: uvas, clima, geografia, solo e técnicas de vitivinicultura particulares de cada um. O Curso de Formação de Sommeliers e Profissionais da ABS-SP é dirigido a quem já trabalha ou pretende trabalhar no mercado de vinhos, seja como sommelier profissional, seja como consultor/assessor de produtores, importadoras e lojas especializadas.
Enjoy the ultimate wine tasting experience!
Join us tomorrow Friday the 28th for this very special Burgundy tasting showcasing prestigious wines of the Cote d'Or. Learn about Burgundy's remarkable terroir from the pros and taste a range of classic white and red Burgundies from top estates.
Capacity is limited and we will sell out so click that link in bio and get your tickets!
Cost to taste: $50 / $40 Wine Club (limit 2 tix per member). Tasters enjoy 10% discount featured wines during the event.
There are just a couple seats left for our Prisoner Wine Pairing Dinner tonight at 6:30 p.m.
Join us for a 6️⃣ course meal with eclectic dishes such as Duck Confit Empanadas and a Pittsburgh Filet, all paired with The Prisoner Wine Company’s iconic line-up. 🍷
Call us at 407-543-3279 to reserve one of our last few seats!
Esta foto me encanta porque es una de nuestras primeras fotos y nos la tomamos en un evento de #vino aquí en #mty en el 2015, nos la pasamos muy bien y ese día platicando y riéndonos nos dimos cuenta que teníamos muchas cosas en común y desde ese día decidimos estar juntos 🥰 y así seguimos, juntos y disfrutando de la vida y compartiendo momentos ❤️.
Y amor @the_vipman feliz aniversario!
Y brindo 🍷🍷 por más 28febreros juntos! #loveyou ❤️
. @monte_xanic #winestoriesbymontexanic .
Os deliciosos vinhos americanos do Chateau Ste. Michelle estão disponíveis em nossa adega! #EUA#columbiavalley
1 117 minutes ago
With 16ha of vineyards in Montalcino, Pieve Santa Restituta is the smallest Gaja estate in Italy. Among the three Brunello di Montalcino produced there, the Rennina is a cuvée of three different vineyards. Without any decanting, this was singing from the get-go: Ripe dark berries, amarena cherries, leather, sage. With substantial pressure on the palate, a dense but somewhat developed core of fruits and spices and fine-tuned acidity this was wonderful to drink now. Given the amount of (smooth and silky) tannins this has left, I’m sure the Rennina will easily make it another 5-10 years. Definitely a quite modern approach to Brunello but undeniably well made. I’m just not sure whether the price tag is justified. Or in other words: it’s very easy to find Brunello of comparable quality for significantly less 💵. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #brunello#brunellodimontalcino#montalcino#sangiovese#wine#instawine#winestagram#wineporn#winelover#toscana#angelogaja#pievesantarestituta#thirstythursday#chateauneufdupfaff
The Chardonnay grape variety was introduced to Alto Adige by Archduke John around 1835 and later promoted by the founder of Italy's first school of oenology. Originally known as Yellow Pinot Bianco, the variety became popular in Alto Adige in the 1980s. The grapes come from sites around Magrè, Cortaccia, Salorno and Pochi that have the chalky gravel soils that are ideal for growing Chardonnay.
“After blood, wine is the most complex matrix there is”
~ Bianca Bosker, Cork Dork 📖
••••••••••• #Cheers 🍷
74 1793 hours ago
NEW blog post up!! Seriously what’s better than discovering you’re passionate about something so much that learning everything you can about it is actually enjoyable? 🍷🙌🏼 head to my blog to read all things WSET2 - my journey & everything you need to know 🥰
it’s a longer one, but as always I’d love to hear your thoughts! 👇🏼❤️ #newblogpost#wsetglobal#wsetlevel2
39 1451 hour ago
Che cosa non può mancare nella tua cantina? 👇
Quella in foto è uno scorcio della mia personalissima cantina di cui, modestamente vado più tosto fiero 😌😂
Ormai è da 4 anni che pian piano cerco di migliorarla, aggiungere pezzi, e cercare di bere volta volta I vini che secondo me sono maturi e pronti per essere bevuti
Io nella mia cantina, stò cercando di avere vini di un pò tutte le principali zone vitivinicole, ma da buon Toscano, i vini della mia regione ne fanno da padroni 😎
E nella vostra cantina cosa non può mancare???
🇬🇧: What can not miss in your cellar? 👇
The one in the picture is a glimpse of my very personal cellar which, modestly, I am more proud of 😌😂
For 4 years now I have been slowly trying to improve it, add pieces, and try to drink time and time The wines that I think are ripe and ready to be drunk
I in my cellar, I am trying to have wines from all the main wine-growing areas, but as a good Tuscan, the wines of my region are the masters 😎
And what can not miss in your cellar???
📸: by me
44 4547 hours ago
Say hello to Alan Viader, second-generation winemaker @viader_napa ...
... @nelson.gerena : What would you say was the most valuable lesson learned from your harvest experiences abroad in Argentina, Italy, France, Spain and Portugal?...
... @alanviader : I love to visit other winegrowing regions and see what they are doing. In the wine industry we all have different soils, climates and challenges to overcome. The human element in terroir is fascinating and I love to see resourceful people solve problems and move forward. I’ve taken all these past experiences from my travels and in one way or another applied the principles to my grapegrowing or winemaking here at VIADER. The more “global” I can become as a winemaker, the better I feel the wines will become. The more I taste and explore, the better my palate becomes. The most valuable lesson is simple, I’m never done learning how to become a better winemaker or grower...
To learn more about Alan and Viader Vineyards and Winery, visit VintnerProject.com. Link in bio @thevintnerproject 👈...
🍇Know your winemaker, know your wine🍷...
📸 || @viader_napa
I got this delicious Brunello from @wtso for about $30/bottle. Would you age this 2013 or drink it? I am doing both as I got multiple bottles.
9 12722 hours ago
2012 Churchill’s Grande Reserva Douro
Churchill’s is a relatively young Port wine company, founded in 1981 by John Graham which made it the first to be established in 50 years. Though John comes from a long lineage of Port winemakers of Graham’s, he wanted to start his own venture to explore his own individual style of Port. Named for his wife, Churchill’s produces Port wines using as much natural fermentation as possible and as little fortification brandy as possible. In 1999, Churchill’s expanded into the production of Douro wines by acquiring Quinta da Gricha. All of Churchill’s wines are produced with Grade A (IVDP’s highest quality rating) native grapes and for Port are hand-sorted at the winery before being crushed and vinified in open granite fermentation tanks called lagares. Foot treading is utilized to provide a gentle maceration of the grapes and skins, and the traditional winemaking practices as a whole alongside minimal intervention results in dry, well-structured wines.
The 2012 Grande Reserva is slightly transparent and medium purple in color. Once this opens up, the nose showcases aromas of plum, stemmy blueberry, cherry cola, violet, sweet tobacco, rocky earth, wet slate, green vegetation, and black pepper. On the palate, I get notes of blackberry, blueberry, juicy black plum, black raspberry, cocoa, mint, damp loamy soil, iron, nutmeg, slate, and a hint of oak. The wine is full-bodied with medium (+) acidity, medium tannins, and a medium (+) length finish.
Field blend of Touriga Nacional, Touriga Francesa, Tinta Roriz, Tinta Francisca, and Tinto Cão; 14% ABV
Price: $32. This is a really solid value from the Douro Valley that is drinking very nicely right now. Pair this with steak, a good burger, or game (particularly wild boar or venison).