Ask your friend if they sense mint and green pepper, black cherry and currant notes, or powerful flavors of jammy black fruit.
In the seventeenth century in Southwestern France, an accidental breeding of two grape plants occurred – a red Cabernet Franc and a white Sauvignon Blanc – and so the most popular grape among wine drinkers was born: Cabernet Sauvignon. The result was a full-bodied wine with a medium level of acidity which pairs fantastically with most dishes.
Open the bottle and let it breathe. If it looks like it’s not breathing, don’t wait for it, give it mouth-to-mouth.
Sauvignon blanc is known as a refreshing dry wine with great minerality, herbal aromas and a nice crisp acidity. The wine is rarely aged in oak barrels, with winemakers preferring to exhibit the naturally bright and fruity characteristics of the grape.
Always available to couple up… with a nice dish, good mood, and great company.
Merlot in French means The Little Blackbird. This is an approachable grape variety and is often recommended as the ﬁrst red for someone new to red wines. Known for being soft, ripe and elegant, Merlot is an easy red that goes well with food, or on its own.
A rosé has the power to transform any situation from ordinary to extraordinary. Start a party right where you are. Take a sip and fill up the joie de vivre.
White wines come from white grapes. Red wines come from red grapes. Rosé wines come from …? Rosé is produced by juicing red grapes and letting the grape skins rest in the juice for just enough to allow that beautiful pink nuance to be adopted by what will become a rosé wine, with the lightness and freshness of a white wine, and the fruitiness and aromas of a red.
You don’t have to be a clubhouse member to love Chardonnay. Why? Because Chardonnay is the most diverse, and most planted, white wine grape in the world. The variety originated in the Burgundy wine region of Eastern France and is now grown wherever wine is produced. This particular bottle is made for you in Moldova.
Ask your friends if they sense mint and green pepper, black cherry and currant notes, or powerful flavors of jammy black fruit.
In the 17th century, in southwestern France, two grape plants, a red Cabernet Franc and a white Sauvignon Blanc, were accidentally crossed, resulting in the most popular grape variety among wine lovers: Cabernet Sauvignon. The result is a full-bodied wine with a medium level of acidity that goes well with most dishes. Ed will be your wine guide on this trip. He can find Moldova on a map and knows his stuff when it comes to wine, food and fun.
When you need a tad of inspiration, just inspire the flowery-fruity aroma of this wine and create your chef d’oeuvre.
Muscat Semi-sweet, with pronounced nutmeg aromas, is a wine of bright golden color with crystal reflections. The bouquet contains ripe nectarines, sweet peaches, dry fruits, and dried apricots. Dessert, semi-sweet wine served with mushroom and vegetable dishes, hunting snacks, meat snacks, cheeses with expressive taste, olives. Ed will be your wine guide on this trip. He can find Moldova on a map and knows his stuff when it comes to wine, food and fun.
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