Jack Nicklaus Wines, a line of handcrafted, limited-production wines from California’s famed Napa Valley is a partnership between Terlato Wines and golf legend Jack Nicklaus and his family. The Nicklaus and Terlato families share a lifelong pursuit of excellence and achievement in their respective fields—as well as a deep appreciation for the land, whether creating memorable golf courses.
Legend has it that the grape is a cross of a native, wild Japanese grape with a vinifera variety that was brought from the Caucasus to China and then, by Buddhist monks, to Japan approximately a thousand years ago. But DNA typing has revealed no relationship with other known varieties, and thus koshu's origin remain a mystery. The first mentions of the variety being made into wine in Japan go.
Another popular grape is the Moschofilero which is grown in the Peloponnese area. Again possessing a slightly spiced flavor, this white wine is the perfect accompaniment to aperitifs or seafood dishes that are slightly spices. Following with whites, the Lagorthi is a rare grape which possesses a slight lime taste, whereas the Malagousia is peachier. When it comes to white wine, the Greeks.Multi-platinum artist John Legend has garnered ten Grammys, an Oscar, a Golden Globe, a Tony, and an Emmy, making John the first African-American man to earn the elusive EGOT status. He is a humanitarian, philanthropist and a Renaissance man with a love for life and a vision of all it can be. Legend Vineyard Exclusives was a dream long in the.The wine laws of Greece were closely modelled by France's AOC system and it is called Oenoi Onomasias Proelefseos Elenhomeni (OPE) and recognises indigenous regions and grape varieties in a similar fashion. For many years a small number of large merchants have dominated the industry although in recent times there is an ever-increasing community of bespoke wineries with foreign-trained.
Though Moschofilero-Mantinia is one of Greece’s greatest grapes,. There is an ancient legend that the rich, dark, soft and mysterious Nemea-Agiorgitiko wines from the region of Nemea, in the Peloponnese, Greece, taste that way because the very vines on which the Agiorgitiko grapes grow, were stained by the blood of the lion that Hercules slew, in a time long past. Truth or not, this is.Read More
A Celestyal Cruise is a journey deep into Greek cuisine, which is famed for its health benefits and its simplicity. They prepare every dish onboard with fresh, seasonal, local ingredients: onions and garlic, artichokes, tomatoes, eggplant, feta cheese and, of course, olives and olive oil, sweet and golden.Read More
TEXSOM, in conjunction with presenting sponsor Texas Monthly, is proud to announce the medalists of the TEXSOM International Wine Awards 2018.Read More
About Greek Wineries Enotourism (or oenotourism), wine tourism and vinitourism, all refer to one specific concept developed throughout the world over the last few years. Enotourism may target wine tasting and purchase exclusively or include wine among other things. There is an abundance of amazing wine destinations in continental and island Greece. From the small local wineries to the broad.Read More
Golden --DROP Aged Raki, Kosteas. Kosteas Golden --DROP Special Reserve (tsipouro) is distillated from three types of local grape varieties: moschofilero, agiorgitiko and roditis. Golden --DROP is a unique masterpiece with bold features of locality, easily compared to those from other countries.Read More
Appearance: radiant golden colour, fine bubbles aligned with a persistent crown. Nose: fresh sensation with subtle scent of orange blossom exuded by Torrontes, together with fresh fruity notes such as green apple and pineapple stemming from Riesling. Flavour: the wine opens dynamically, with minerals and medium volume, preserving freshness, and closes delicately acid. Fresh and elegant.Read More
Come taste what The Local in Charlottesville is doing to transform classic American cuisine. Vegan diners won't have a hard time finding a tasty meal at The Local. Find the perfect vintage to complement your meal ? this restaurant offers a fine selection of wines, beers, and beyond. Warm weather brings out The Local's highly coveted patio seating. The Local is a good restaurant to dine with a.Read More
Legend has it that the grape is a cross of a native wild Japanese grape with a vinifera variety that was brought from the Caucasus to China and then, by Buddhist monks, to Japan approximately a thousand years ago. But DNA typing has revealed no relationships with other known varieties, and thus koshu’s origins remain a mystery. The first mentions of the variety being made into wine in Japan.Read More
Champagne is a sparkling wine which is still manufactured by an old, traditional method which uses the grapes produced in the Champagne region of France. The three grades of grapes that are used in the manufacturing process are black Pinot noir, Pinot Meunier, and white Chardonnay. It is mandatory for the drink to go through a process of secondary fermentation so that there is carbonation.Read More
Somm says: “Caroline Styne is a legend in the Los Angeles wine scene and, as a fan of females taking charge in this business, her list obviously makes my list.” We say: Styne isn’t the only female running the show at acclaimed wine bar A.O.C., the brainchild of three-time James Beard Award-winning Chef Suzanne Goin. In many ways, A.O.C.Read More