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La Vieille Ferme Blanc 2015, Rhône, France

My Rating 83 Points. Price $9. Light golden in color. Gorgeous nose of white flowers, tropical fruits, citrus, lemons, grapefruits, light banana, kiwis, pineapples, green apples, minerals and white pepper. Light bodied, crisp and refreshing, with medium-plus acidity and long legs. Dry on the palate with grapefruits, limes, lemons, green apples, minerals, melons, wet […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Pinot Noir

Let’s face it, wine can be confusing. It doesn’t have to be this way. Delicious booze should be understood and appreciated by all. Patrick Cappiello, the award-winning wine director at Rebelle in New York City, completely agrees. So he is going to break down the basics of the most common wine varietals you’ll find in a store or at a restaurant. He starts with Pinot Noir, explaining the qualities of the grape, regions where it grows best, proper glassware, what a good one will look, smell and tastes like, food pairings and other varietals to try if you find you like Pinot Noir.

 

Intrinsic Wine Company Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 Columbia Valley, Washington State

My Rating 89 Points. Price $22. This Friday my Cabernet fix is from Washington State. Dark ruby in color with a reddish rim. Nice nose of blueberries, plums, cherries, vanilla, cedar, cloves, chocolates, light green bitter vegetables, earth, tobacco, beef jerky and peppercorn. Medium to full bodied with medium acidity and nice legs. Dry […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Cabernet Sauvignon

Let’s face it, wine can be confusing. It doesn’t have to be this way: delicious booze should be understood and appreciated by all. Patrick Cappiello, the award-winning wine director at Rebelle in New York City, completely agrees. So he is going to break down the basics of the most common wine varietals you’ll find in a store or at a restaurant.

This week, he breaks down cabernet sauvignon, explaining the qualities of the grape, regions where it grows best, proper glassware, food pairings, how to find a good one, and other varietals to try if you find you like cabernet sauvignon.

Tenuta Sassoregale Maremma Toscana Sangiovese DOC 2014, Italy

My Rating 80 Points. Price $15. Bright ruby in color with a wide reddish rim and medium intensity. Sour nose of raspberries, cherries, blueberries, vanilla, wood, eucalyptus, licorice, pencil lead, earth, forest floor, dirt, chocolates and peppercorn. Medium-bodied with medium plus acidity and long legs. On the palate, cherries, red currants, raspberries, pomegranates, […]

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