From http://ingridsnotes.wordpress.com/2014/02/04/the-color-thesaurus/ - amazing colour thesaurus
The wines of Alsace are very consumer friendly and pair well with many different types of food. The name of the grape is listed on the bottle.
Just who were the Biblical kings and prophets of ancient Israel, Judah, Assyria and Babylon whose names grace the large format bottles of wine that dominate tables and collections today?There\\\'s always been a question mark as to why large format wine bottles have the names they do. Why were the ...
Common French Chardonnay names in Burgundy ~ tastes and styles
The WineSpeak 101 Description Template: To write your own wine description, use the WineSpeak 101 descriptor crib to fill in the blanks on this template. Your completed description will characterize the wine using the following basic facts: Name of the Wine Level of Sweetness Mouthfeel – aka “Body” Type of wine (the easiest, but your customer needs to know!) Aroma Categories Specific Aromas Flavor Acidity for white wines, tannin level for reds Finish - length Finish - description
The first "real" bottle of wine I ever had, with my friend Elyse! She was friends with the people who owned the winery; the brand is named for their daughter. But, she liked to think of it as "her" wine, too. I haven't had this in quite a while . . . I don't remember there being more than one type of Zinfandel. I guess I need to go get another bottle!!
Wayne Gretzky Cabernet Merlot. I was very skeptical about buying wine named after a hockey player. However, this is one of the better wines that I tried in 2012--and I tried a lot of wine! Delicious for sipping on its own, or with food. Stands up surprisingly well to spicy tomato-based curries.
You’ve Actually Been Pronouncing These Wine Names Wrong This Whole Time
Cinsaut - Wikipedia
British chef Mary Berry has been the unfortunate victim of a pathetically hysterical ‘Twitter outrage’ after suggesting using white wine in a ragú (or \\\'Bolognese sauce\\\' to countless Brits) recipe.Berry, a household name in Britain for her numerous culinary television appearances and cookery books, suggested using white wine and double cream ...