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Proe Taylor Fladgate se "Scion", 'n $ 3,200 155-jaar-oue tawe-hawe.

Taylor Fladgate Scion Port

As wynskrywer vra mense my gereeld hoe lank 'n wyn in hul kelder sal hou. Wat van 155 jaar?

Dit is die ouderdom van Taylor Fladgate se "Scion", 'n bruin hawe wat ek tydens 'n middagete van 9 Februarie geproe het ter ere van die bekendstelling daarvan in New York Elf Madison Park. Maar teen $ 3,200 per bottel was ek nie in die versoeking om terug te gaan vir 'n tweede hulp nie.

Tradisioneel sou druiweboere in die Douro -vallei in Portugal hul rooi druiwe oes, 'n basiese wyn maak om aan die groot hawe -versnellers te verkoop, en in goeie jare 'n vat of twee - pype ' - as 'n vloeistof in hul kelders hou bankrekening vir 'n bruidskat, aftrede of 'n reëndag.

'N Paar jaar gelede, Taylor Fladgate word twee sulke vate aangebied wat tot 1855 gedokumenteer is, ongewoon skaars, selfs volgens Port-standaarde, uit 'n tyd wat in wynsirkels beskou is as 'die pre-phylloxera-era'. Vir die oningewyde is phylloxera 'n wortelplaag wat die meeste wingerdstokke in Europa in die 1800's doodgemaak het, die enigste redding om die oorblywende Europese wingerdstokke op weerstandbiedende, inheemse Amerikaanse onderstamme te ent. "Normaalweg is baie ou wyne klouerig as gevolg van verdamping," sê Adrian Bridge, uitvoerende hoof van die Fladgate -vennootskap, "en ons meng dit in ons verouderde tawnies. Maar hierdie een het 'n baie goeie suurgehalte, sodat ons dit ongemeng kon bottel."

Die wyn is beskikbaar in die Verenigde State Kobrand, die enigste invoerders vir Taylor Fladgate. Slegs 100 bottels is in die VSA toegeken


25 wyne om te drink hierdie somer

Alhoewel dit al 'n geruime tyd soos 'n somer gevoel het, het die koms van die seisoen eers amptelik geword. Dit verdien nou 'n roosterbrood, dink jy nie?

Die beter vraag is natuurlik: Waarmee moet jy rooster? Cocktails en verfrissende lagers eenkant, daar is die hele spektrum somerwyne wat u moet oorweeg. En dit is 'n groot een. Daarom wend ons ons tot die kundiges - sommeliers, wynskrywers en dies meer - om 'n bietjie raad te gee. Watter wyne is hulle opgewonde om hierdie somer te drink?

Griekse wyne het verskeie uitroepe ontvang, net soos rosé-vonkels en Rieslings. Ander interessante keuses sluit in 'n mineraal-aangedrewe wit van die Kanariese Eilande, 'n 'wyngeekwyn' wat ook 'n beroep op die 'eco crowd' maak, en selfs 'n sjerrie (waarvan Talia Baiocchi van Eater.com beweer dat hy 'soos die meeste Budweiser-voorraad') voorraad het. ).

Joe Campanale, drankdirekteur en mede-eienaar, dell'anima, L'Artusi, Anfora (New York, N.Y.)

Scarpetta Brut Rosé 2009. "Vars en bruisend met baie helder aarbeie en skerp suurheid. Droë mousserende rosé is een van die veelsydigste wyne ter wêreld met kos en een van die min wat ek op sy eie kan drink - dit is een van my gunstelinge."
Venica & Venica Fruilano "Ronco delle Cime" 2009. "'N Spierwit uit een van die top-kwaliteit witwyngebiede in Italië. Hierdie wyn het baie minerale en vars appel-, peer- en rou amandelnote. Ek hou van die hele Venica-lyn, maar ek is mal oor hierdie heerlike noordelike Italiaanse druiwe omdat dit is so uniek en heerlik. "
Los Bermejos Diego Secco 2010. 'N Mineraal-aangedrewe witwyn van die Kanariese Eilande. Eintlik drink ek hierdie somer 'n klomp Canary Island -wyne, dit verteenwoordig baie waarde en is 'n paar van die meer interessante wyne wat tans in New York verskyn. "
Foillard Morgon "Côte dy Py" 2009. '' N Beaujolais van een van die voorste produsente - hier het u 'n kans om die beste voorbeeld van 'n wyn uit 'n omgewing te bestee en nie veel meer as $ 30 te spandeer nie. Moenie ophou om hulle oop te maak nie, want hulle drink so lekker. Ek het 'n klomp Beaujolais gedrink en ander produsente waarvan ek hou, is Lapierre, Thevenet en Louis Tête. "

Talia Baiocchi, wynrubriekskrywer, Eater.com

La Cigarrera Manzanilla Sherry. "Ek hou dit soos die meeste Budweiser -voorraad. Dit is die idee -inleiding tot die vele vreugdes van Manzanilla - sout, rokerig en super maer. Dit is wonderlik op sy eie, maar pas ook byna alles waarna ek in die somer verlang: vleis , olywe, seekos en meer vleis.
Skouras Moschofilero. "Ek was die afgelope lente in Griekeland en het absoluut verlief geraak op Moschofilero. Hierdie bottel kom van George Skouras, een van die oorspronklike wynmakers van Griekeland en nog steeds een van die beste in die land. Moschofilero is pienk soos Pinot Gris en het dikwels 'n effense gevolglik 'n rooskleurige tint. Die neus neem 'n aanduiding met handelsmerkaantekeninge van rooswater en minerale. Teen $ 15 is dit een van die beste waardes in witwyn. "
Denis Jamain Reuilly Pinot Gris. "Jaar na jaar is dit een van my gunsteling rosas. Ligte en koperagtige kleur - soos Lopez Rosado -lig - dit is ironies, aards en grasagtig met baie tert sitrusvrugte. As jy dit met 'n paar jaar kan vind daarop word dit nog meer mineraalgedrewe en die tikkie oksidasie voeg nog 'n laag kompleksiteit toe.
Thierry Puzelat "KO" In Côt We Trust. "Weereens, dit is vir my so 'n somerwyn. 'N Malbec uit die Loire-vallei (waar dit Côt genoem word) van een van my gunsteling produsente. Dit is eerlik, vriendelik en vrugteloos. Die beste met 'n koue en 'n uitsig . "
Marie Courtin Champagne Resonance & Efflouresence. "Dit is miskien nie die tipe ding wat ons almal op 'n toevallige weeksdag drink nie, maar dit is steeds een van die groot waardes in Champagne ($ 50/$ 57). Dominique Moreau van Marie Courtin is een van my gunsteling nuwe produsente. (die landgoed is in 2005 geskep). Alle wingerde word biodinamies geboer en die wyne - wat albei 100 persent Pinot Noir is - spreek sulke terroir en suiwerheid uit. verouder in neutrale eikehout. "

Tanner Walle, kroegman, Terroir (New York, N.Y.)

'Natuurlik moet ek terugbetaal Riesling as die perfekte somerdruif. Die suur, die vrugte, die veelsydigheid. Die feit dat u botdroog, uitdroog, medium soet, soet kan vind-die moontlikhede is eindeloos. Nie net dit nie, maar dit kombineer ook byna elke soort kos. Dit is die perfekte somersap, geen twyfel daaroor nie! ”

James Tidwell, meester sommelier en drankdirekteur, Four Seasons Resort & Club (Dallas, Texas)

Pewsey Vale Riesling 2010. "Met 'n lekkere skerpheid, stewige note en 'n verskeidenheid vrugtegeure, van sitrus tot steenvrugte, is dit 'n perfekte wyn om langs die swembad te geniet met ligte somer of as 'n aperitief."
McPherson Cellars Bingham Vineyards Reserve Roussanne 2010. "Ryp perske-, nektarien- en suurlemoengeure en beklemtoon deur 'n delikate blomme -parfuum. Die ryp rondheid van die wyn is verrassend. Alhoewel die tekstuur ryker is as baie somerwit, is die geure en geure te aangenaam om nie 'n somergunsteling te wees nie . "
Fairhaven Vineyards Chambourcin 2010. "Briljante tertbessievrugte van huckleberries, Morello-kersies en wilde frambose maak dit 'n aangename, ligte wyn vir die somer. Dit is nie 'n bekende druifsoort nie, maar 'n lekker en smaaklike wyn om maklik in die somer te drink."
Gesant Spy Valley Pinot Noir 2009. "Dit is 'n uitstekende aanbod van Spy Valley, Nieu-Seeland. Die wyn het ryp kersievrugte met geurige soet speserye en sjokolade-mokka-geure. Dit is halfgewig en soepel, wat 'n perfekte somerrooi maak."

Om die res van die kundige keuses te sien, insluitend aanbevelings van die drankdirekteure by Kin Shop, Wallse en Morrell Wine Bar, besoek The Daily Meal.


25 wyne om te drink hierdie somer

Alhoewel dit al 'n geruime tyd soos 'n somer gevoel het, het die koms van die seisoen eers amptelik geword. Dit verdien nou 'n roosterbrood, dink jy nie?

Die beter vraag is natuurlik: Waarmee moet jy rooster? Cocktails en verfrissende lagers eenkant, daar is die hele spektrum somerwyne wat u moet oorweeg. En dit is 'n groot een. Daarom wend ons ons tot die kundiges - sommeliers, wynskrywers en dies meer - om 'n bietjie raad te gee. Watter wyne is hulle opgewonde om hierdie somer te drink?

Griekse wyne het verskeie uitroepe ontvang, net soos rosé-vonkels en Rieslings. Ander interessante keuses sluit in 'n mineraal-aangedrewe wit van die Kanariese Eilande, 'n 'wyngeekwyn' wat ook 'n beroep op die 'eco crowd' maak, en selfs 'n sjerrie (waarvan Talia Baiocchi van Eater.com beweer dat hy 'soos die meeste Budweiser-voorraad') voorraad het. ).

Joe Campanale, drankdirekteur en mede-eienaar, dell'anima, L'Artusi, Anfora (New York, N.Y.)

Scarpetta Brut Rosé 2009. "Vars en bruisend met baie helder aarbeie en skerp suurheid. Droë mousserende rosé is een van die veelsydigste wyne ter wêreld met kos en een van die min wat ek alleen kan drink - dit is een van my gunstelinge."
Venica & Venica Fruilano "Ronco delle Cime" 2009. "'N Spierwit uit een van die top-kwaliteit witwyngebiede in Italië. Hierdie wyn het baie minerale en vars appel-, peer- en rou amandelnote. Ek is mal oor die hele Venica-reeks, maar ek is mal oor hierdie heerlike noordelike Italiaanse druiwe omdat dit is so uniek en heerlik. "
Los Bermejos Diego Secco 2010. 'N Mineraal-aangedrewe witwyn van die Kanariese Eilande. Eintlik drink ek hierdie somer 'n klomp Canary Island -wyne, dit verteenwoordig baie waarde en is 'n paar van die meer interessante wyne wat tans in New York verskyn. "
Foillard Morgon "Côte dy Py" 2009. '' N Beaujolais van een van die voorste produsente - hier het u 'n kans om die beste voorbeeld van 'n wyn uit 'n omgewing te bestee en nie veel meer as $ 30 te spandeer nie. Moenie ophou om hulle oop te maak nie, want hulle drink so lekker. Ek het 'n klomp Beaujolais gedrink en ander produsente waarvan ek hou, is Lapierre, Thevenet en Louis Tête. "

Talia Baiocchi, wynrubriekskrywer, Eater.com

La Cigarrera Manzanilla Sherry. "Ek hou dit soos die meeste Budweiser -voorraad. Dit is die idee -inleiding tot die vele vreugdes van Manzanilla - sout, rokerig en super maer. Dit is wonderlik op sy eie, maar pas ook byna alles waarna ek in die somer verlang: vleis , olywe, seekos en meer vleis.
Skouras Moschofilero. "Ek was die afgelope lente in Griekeland en het absoluut verlief geraak op Moschofilero. Hierdie bottel kom van George Skouras, een van die oorspronklike wynmakers van Griekeland en nog steeds een van die beste in die land. Moschofilero is pienk soos Pinot Gris en het dikwels 'n effense gevolglik 'n rooskleurige tint. Die neus neem 'n aanduiding met handelsmerkaantekeninge van rooswater en minerale. Teen $ 15 is dit een van die beste waardes in witwyn. "
Denis Jamain Reuilly Pinot Gris. "Dit is een van my gunsteling rosas jaar na jaar. Ligte en koperagtige kleur - soos Lopez Rosado -lig - dit is ironies, aards en grasagtig met baie tert sitrusvrugte. As u dit met 'n paar jaar kan vind daarop word dit nog meer mineraalgedrewe en die tikkie oksidasie voeg nog 'n laag kompleksiteit toe.
Thierry Puzelat "KO" In Côt We Trust. "Weereens, dit is vir my so 'n somerwyn. 'N Malbec uit die Loire-vallei (waar dit Côt genoem word) van een van my gunsteling produsente. Dit is eerlik, vriendelik en vrugteloos. Die beste met 'n koue en 'n uitsig . "
Marie Courtin Champagne Resonance & Efflouresence. "Dit is miskien nie die tipe ding wat ons almal op 'n toevallige weeksdag drink nie, maar dit is steeds een van die groot waardes in Champagne ($ 50/$ 57). Dominique Moreau van Marie Courtin is een van my gunsteling nuwe produsente. (die landgoed is in 2005 geskep.) Alle wingerde word biodinamies geboer en die wyne - wat albei 100 persent Pinot Noir is - spreek sulke terroir en suiwerheid uit. verouder in neutrale eikehout. "

Tanner Walle, kroegman, Terroir (New York, N.Y.)

'Natuurlik moet ek terugbetaal Riesling as die perfekte somerdruif. Die suur, die vrugte, die veelsydigheid. Die feit dat u beendroog, uitdroog, medium soet, soet kan vind-die moontlikhede is eindeloos. Nie net dit nie, maar dit kombineer ook byna elke soort kos. Dit is die perfekte somersap, geen twyfel daaroor nie! ”

James Tidwell, meester sommelier en drankdirekteur, Four Seasons Resort & Club (Dallas, Texas)

Pewsey Vale Riesling 2010. "Met 'n lipgekleurde skerpheid, stewige note en 'n verskeidenheid vrugtegeure, van sitrus tot steenvrugte, is dit 'n perfekte wyn om langs die swembad te geniet met ligte somer of as 'n aperitief."
McPherson Cellars Bingham Vineyards Reserve Roussanne 2010. "Ryp perske-, nektarien- en suurlemoengeure en beklemtoon deur 'n delikate blomme -parfuum. Die ryp rondheid van die wyn is verrassend. Alhoewel die tekstuur ryker is as baie somerwit, is die geure en geure te aangenaam om nie 'n somergunsteling te wees nie . "
Fairhaven Vineyards Chambourcin 2010. "Briljante tertbessievrugte van huckleberries, Morello-kersies en wilde frambose maak dit 'n aangename, ligte wyn vir die somer. Dit is nie 'n bekende druifsoort nie, maar 'n lekker en smaaklike wyn om maklik in die somer te drink."
Gesant Spy Valley Pinot Noir 2009. "Dit is 'n uitstekende aanbod van Spy Valley, Nieu-Seeland. Die wyn het ryp kersievrugte met geurige soet speserye en sjokolade-mokka-geure. Dit is halfgewig en soepel, wat 'n perfekte somerrooi maak."

Om die res van die kundige keuses te sien, insluitend aanbevelings van die drankdirekteure by Kin Shop, Wallse en Morrell Wine Bar, besoek The Daily Meal.


25 wyne om te drink hierdie somer

Alhoewel dit al 'n geruime tyd soos 'n somer gevoel het, het die koms van die seisoen eers amptelik geword. Dit verdien nou 'n roosterbrood, dink jy nie?

Die beter vraag is natuurlik: Waarmee moet jy rooster? Cocktails en verfrissende lagers eenkant, daar is die hele spektrum somerwyne wat u moet oorweeg. En dit is 'n groot een. Daarom wend ons ons tot die kundiges - sommeliers, wynskrywers en dies meer - om 'n bietjie raad te gee. Watter wyne is hulle opgewonde om hierdie somer te drink?

Griekse wyne het verskeie uitroepe gekry, net soos rosé-vonkels en Rieslings. Ander interessante keuses sluit in 'n mineraal-aangedrewe wit van die Kanariese Eilande, 'n 'wyngeekwyn' wat ook 'n beroep op die 'eco crowd' maak, en selfs 'n sjerrie (waarvan Talia Baiocchi van Eater.com beweer dat hy 'soos die meeste Budweiser-voorraad') voorraad het. ).

Joe Campanale, drankdirekteur en mede-eienaar, dell'anima, L'Artusi, Anfora (New York, N.Y.)

Scarpetta Brut Rosé 2009. "Vars en bruisend met baie helder aarbeie en skerp suurheid. Droë mousserende rosé is een van die veelsydigste wyne ter wêreld met kos en een van die min wat ek alleen kan drink - dit is een van my gunstelinge."
Venica & Venica Fruilano "Ronco delle Cime" 2009. "'N Spierwit uit een van die top-kwaliteit witwyngebiede in Italië. Hierdie wyn het baie minerale en vars appel-, peer- en rou amandelnote. Ek is mal oor die hele Venica-reeks, maar ek is mal oor hierdie heerlike noordelike Italiaanse druiwe omdat dit is so uniek en heerlik. "
Los Bermejos Diego Secco 2010. 'N Mineraal-aangedrewe witwyn van die Kanariese Eilande. Eintlik drink ek hierdie somer 'n klomp Canary Island -wyne; dit verteenwoordig baie waarde en is 'n paar van die meer interessante wyne wat tans in New York verskyn. "
Foillard Morgon "Côte dy Py" 2009. '' N Beaujolais van een van die voorste produsente - hier het u 'n kans om die beste voorbeeld van 'n wyn uit 'n omgewing te bestee en nie veel meer as $ 30 te spandeer nie. Moenie ophou om hulle oop te maak nie, want hulle drink so lekker. Ek het 'n klomp Beaujolais gedrink en ander produsente waarvan ek hou, is Lapierre, Thevenet en Louis Tête. "

Talia Baiocchi, wynrubriekskrywer, Eater.com

La Cigarrera Manzanilla Sherry. "Ek hou dit soos die meeste Budweiser -voorraad. Dit is die idee -inleiding tot die vele vreugdes van Manzanilla - sout, rokerig en super maer. Dit is wonderlik op sy eie, maar pas ook byna alles wat ek in die somer verlang: vleis , olywe, seekos en meer vleis.
Skouras Moschofilero. "Ek was die afgelope lente in Griekeland en was absoluut verlief op Moschofilero. Hierdie bottel kom van George Skouras, een van die oorspronklike ambagsmakers van Griekeland en nog steeds een van die beste in die land. Moschofilero het 'n pienk vel soos Pinot Gris en het dikwels 'n effense gevolglik 'n rooskleurige tint. Die neus neem 'n aanduiding met handelsmerkaantekeninge van rooswater en minerale. Teen $ 15 is dit een van die beste waardes in witwyn. "
Denis Jamain Reuilly Pinot Gris. "Dit is een van my gunsteling rosas jaar na jaar. Ligte en koperagtige kleur - soos Lopez Rosado -lig - dit is ironies, aards en grasagtig met baie tert sitrusvrugte. As u dit met 'n paar jaar kan vind daarop word dit nog meer mineraalgedrewe en die tikkie oksidasie voeg nog 'n laag kompleksiteit toe.
Thierry Puzelat "KO" In Côt We Trust. "Weereens, dit is vir my so 'n somerwyn. 'N Malbec uit die Loire-vallei (waar dit Côt genoem word) van een van my gunsteling produsente. Dit is eerlik, vriendelik en vrugteloos. Die beste met 'n koue en 'n uitsig . "
Marie Courtin Champagne Resonance & Efflouresence. 'Dit is miskien nie die tipe ding wat ons almal op 'n toevallige weeksdag drink nie, maar dit is steeds een van die groot waardes in Champagne ($ 50/$ 57). Dominique Moreau van Marie Courtin is een van my gunsteling nuwe produsente. (die landgoed is in 2005 geskep.) Alle wingerde word biodinamies geboer en die wyne - wat albei 100 persent Pinot Noir is - spreek sulke terroir en suiwerheid uit. verouder in neutrale eikehout. "

Tanner Walle, kroegman, Terroir (New York, N.Y.)

'Natuurlik moet ek terugbetaal Riesling as die perfekte somerdruif. Die suur, die vrugte, die veelsydigheid. Die feit dat u beendroog, uitdroog, medium soet, soet kan vind-die moontlikhede is eindeloos. Nie net dit nie, maar dit kombineer ook byna elke soort kos. Dit is die perfekte somersap, geen twyfel daaroor nie! ”

James Tidwell, meester sommelier en drankdirekteur, Four Seasons Resort & Club (Dallas, Texas)

Pewsey Vale Riesling 2010. "Met 'n lipgekleurde skerpheid, stewige note en 'n verskeidenheid vrugtegeure, van sitrus tot steenvrugte, is dit 'n perfekte wyn om langs die swembad te geniet met ligte somer of as 'n aperitief."
McPherson Cellars Bingham Vineyards Reserve Roussanne 2010. "Ryp perske-, nektarien- en suurlemoengeure en beklemtoon deur 'n delikate blomme -parfuum. Die ryp rondheid van die wyn is verrassend. Alhoewel die tekstuur ryker is as baie somerwit, is die geure en geure te aangenaam om nie 'n somergunsteling te wees nie . "
Fairhaven Vineyards Chambourcin 2010. "Briljante tertbessievrugte van huckleberries, Morello-kersies en wilde frambose maak dit 'n aangename, ligte wyn vir die somer. Dit is nie 'n bekende druifsoort nie, maar 'n lekker en smaaklike wyn om maklik in die somer te drink."
Gesant Spy Valley Pinot Noir 2009. "Dit is 'n uitstekende aanbod van Spy Valley, Nieu-Seeland. Die wyn het ryp kersievrugte met geurige soet speserye en sjokolade-mokka-geure. Dit is halfgewig en soepel, wat 'n perfekte somerrooi maak."

Om die res van die kundige keuses te sien, insluitend aanbevelings van die drankdirekteure by Kin Shop, Wallse en Morrell Wine Bar, besoek The Daily Meal.


25 wyne om te drink hierdie somer

Alhoewel dit al 'n geruime tyd soos 'n somer gevoel het, het die koms van die seisoen eers amptelik geword. Dit verdien nou 'n roosterbrood, dink jy nie?

Die beter vraag is natuurlik: Waarmee moet jy rooster? Cocktails en verfrissende lagers eenkant, daar is die hele spektrum somerwyne wat u moet oorweeg. En dit is 'n groot een. Daarom wend ons ons tot die kundiges - sommeliers, wynskrywers en dies meer - om 'n bietjie raad te gee. Watter wyne is hulle opgewonde om hierdie somer te drink?

Griekse wyne het verskeie uitroepe gekry, net soos rosé-vonkels en Rieslings. Ander interessante keuses was 'n mineraal-aangedrewe wit van die Kanariese Eilande, 'n 'wyngeekwyn' wat ook 'n 'eko-skare' aantrek, en selfs 'n sjerrie (waarvan Talia Baiocchi van Eater.com beweer dat hy 'soos die meeste Budweiser-voorraad') voorraad het. ).

Joe Campanale, drankdirekteur en mede-eienaar, dell'anima, L'Artusi, Anfora (New York, N.Y.)

Scarpetta Brut Rosé 2009. "Vars en bruisend met baie helder aarbeie en skerp suurheid. Droë mousserende rosé is een van die veelsydigste wyne ter wêreld met kos en een van die min wat ek alleen kan drink - dit is een van my gunstelinge."
Venica & Venica Fruilano "Ronco delle Cime" 2009. "'N Spierwit uit een van die top-kwaliteit witwyngebiede in Italië. Hierdie wyn het baie minerale en vars appel-, peer- en rou amandelnote. Ek is mal oor die hele Venica-reeks, maar ek is mal oor hierdie heerlike noordelike Italiaanse druiwe omdat dit is so uniek en heerlik. "
Los Bermejos Diego Secco 2010. 'N Mineraal-aangedrewe witwyn van die Kanariese Eilande. Eintlik drink ek hierdie somer 'n klomp Canary Island -wyne, dit verteenwoordig baie waarde en is 'n paar van die meer interessante wyne wat tans in New York verskyn. "
Foillard Morgon "Côte dy Py" 2009. '' N Beaujolais van een van die voorste produsente - hier het u 'n kans om die beste voorbeeld van 'n wyn uit 'n omgewing te bestee en nie veel meer as $ 30 te spandeer nie. Moenie ophou om hulle oop te maak nie, want hulle drink so lekker. Ek het 'n klomp Beaujolais gedrink en ander produsente waarvan ek hou, is Lapierre, Thevenet en Louis Tête. "

Talia Baiocchi, wynrubriekskrywer, Eater.com

La Cigarrera Manzanilla Sherry. "Ek hou dit soos die meeste Budweiser -voorraad. Dit is die idee -inleiding tot die vele vreugdes van Manzanilla - sout, rokerig en super maer. Dit is wonderlik op sy eie, maar pas ook byna alles wat ek in die somer verlang: vleis , olywe, seekos en meer vleis.
Skouras Moschofilero. "Ek was die afgelope lente in Griekeland en het absoluut verlief geraak op Moschofilero. Hierdie bottel kom van George Skouras, een van die oorspronklike wynmakers van Griekeland en nog steeds een van die beste in die land. Moschofilero het 'n pienk vel soos Pinot Gris en het dikwels 'n bietjie gevolglik 'n rooskleurige tint. Die neus neem 'n aanduiding met handelsmerkaantekeninge van rooswater en minerale. Teen $ 15 is dit een van die beste waardes in witwyn. "
Denis Jamain Reuilly Pinot Gris. "Jaar na jaar is dit een van my gunsteling rosas. Ligte en koperagtige kleur - soos Lopez Rosado -lig - dit is ironies, aards en grasagtig met baie tert sitrusvrugte. As jy dit met 'n paar jaar kan vind daarop word dit nog meer mineraalgedrewe en die tikkie oksidasie voeg nog 'n laag kompleksiteit toe.
Thierry Puzelat "KO" In Côt We Trust. "Weereens, dit is vir my so 'n somerwyn. 'N Malbec uit die Loire-vallei (waar dit Côt genoem word) van een van my gunsteling produsente. Dit is eerlik, vriendelik en vrugteloos. Die beste met 'n koue en 'n uitsig . "
Marie Courtin Champagne Resonance & Efflouresence. 'Dit is miskien nie die tipe ding wat ons almal op 'n toevallige weeksdag drink nie, maar dit is steeds een van die groot waardes in Champagne ($ 50/$ 57). Dominique Moreau van Marie Courtin is een van my gunsteling nuwe produsente. (die landgoed is in 2005 geskep). Alle wingerde word biodinamies geboer en die wyne - wat albei 100 persent Pinot Noir is - spreek sulke terroir en suiwerheid uit. verouder in neutrale eikehout. "

Tanner Walle, kroegman, Terroir (New York, N.Y.)

'Natuurlik moet ek terugbetaal Riesling as die perfekte somerdruif. Die suur, die vrugte, die veelsydigheid. Die feit dat u beendroog, uitdroog, medium soet, soet kan vind-die moontlikhede is eindeloos. Nie net dit nie, maar dit kombineer ook byna elke soort kos. Dit is die perfekte somersap, geen twyfel daaroor nie! ”

James Tidwell, meester sommelier en drankdirekteur, Four Seasons Resort & Club (Dallas, Texas)

Pewsey Vale Riesling 2010. "Met 'n lekkere skerpheid, stewige note en 'n verskeidenheid vrugtegeure, van sitrus tot steenvrugte, is dit 'n perfekte wyn om langs die swembad te geniet met ligte somer of as 'n aperitief."
McPherson Cellars Bingham Vineyards Reserve Roussanne 2010. "Ryp perske-, nektarien- en suurlemoengeure en beklemtoon deur 'n delikate blomme -parfuum. Die ryp rondheid van die wyn is verrassend. Alhoewel die tekstuur ryker is as baie somerwit, is die geure en geure te aangenaam om nie 'n somergunsteling te wees nie . "
Fairhaven Vineyards Chambourcin 2010. "Briljante tertbessievrugte van huckleberries, Morello-kersies en wilde frambose maak dit 'n aangename, ligte wyn vir die somer. Dit is nie 'n bekende druifsoort nie, maar 'n lekker en smaaklike wyn om maklik in die somer te drink."
Gesant Spy Valley Pinot Noir 2009. "Dit is 'n uitstekende aanbod van Spy Valley, Nieu-Seeland. Die wyn het ryp kersievrugte met geurige soet speserye en sjokolade-mokka-geure. Dit is halfgewig en soepel, wat 'n perfekte somerrooi maak."

Om die res van die kundige keuses te sien, insluitend aanbevelings van die drankdirekteure by Kin Shop, Wallse en Morrell Wine Bar, besoek The Daily Meal.


25 wyne om te drink hierdie somer

Alhoewel dit al 'n geruime tyd soos 'n somer gevoel het, het die koms van die seisoen eers amptelik geword. Dit verdien nou 'n roosterbrood, dink jy nie?

Die beter vraag is natuurlik: Waarmee moet jy rooster? Cocktails en verfrissende lagers eenkant, daar is die hele spektrum somerwyne wat u moet oorweeg. En dit is 'n groot een. Daarom wend ons ons tot die kundiges - sommeliers, wynskrywers en dies meer - om 'n bietjie raad te gee. Watter wyne is hulle opgewonde om hierdie somer te drink?

Griekse wyne het verskeie uitroepe ontvang, net soos rosé-vonkels en Rieslings. Ander interessante keuses sluit in 'n mineraal-aangedrewe wit van die Kanariese Eilande, 'n 'wyngeekwyn' wat ook 'n beroep op die 'eco crowd' maak, en selfs 'n sjerrie (waarvan Talia Baiocchi van Eater.com beweer dat hy 'soos die meeste Budweiser-voorraad') voorraad het. ).

Joe Campanale, drankdirekteur en mede-eienaar, dell'anima, L'Artusi, Anfora (New York, N.Y.)

Scarpetta Brut Rosé 2009. "Vars en bruisend met baie helder aarbeie en skerp suurheid. Droë mousserende rosé is een van die veelsydigste wyne ter wêreld met kos en een van die min wat ek alleen kan drink - dit is een van my gunstelinge."
Venica & Venica Fruilano "Ronco delle Cime" 2009. "'N Spierwit uit een van die top-kwaliteit witwyngebiede in Italië. Hierdie wyn het baie minerale en vars appel-, peer- en rou amandelnote. Ek is mal oor die hele Venica-reeks, maar ek is mal oor hierdie heerlike noordelike Italiaanse druiwe omdat dit is so uniek en heerlik. "
Los Bermejos Diego Secco 2010. 'N Mineraal-aangedrewe witwyn van die Kanariese Eilande. Eintlik drink ek hierdie somer 'n klomp Canary Island -wyne, dit verteenwoordig baie waarde en is 'n paar van die meer interessante wyne wat tans in New York verskyn. "
Foillard Morgon "Côte dy Py" 2009. '' N Beaujolais van een van die voorste produsente - hier het u 'n kans om die beste voorbeeld van 'n wyn uit 'n omgewing te bestee en nie veel meer as $ 30 te bestee nie. Moenie ophou om hulle oop te maak nie, want hulle drink so lekker. Ek het 'n klomp Beaujolais gedrink en ander produsente waarvan ek hou, is Lapierre, Thevenet en Louis Tête. "

Talia Baiocchi, wynrubriekskrywer, Eater.com

La Cigarrera Manzanilla Sherry. "Ek hou dit soos die meeste Budweiser -voorraad. Dit is die idee -inleiding tot die vele vreugdes van Manzanilla - sout, rokerig en super maer. Dit is wonderlik op sy eie, maar pas ook byna alles wat ek in die somer verlang: vleis , olywe, seekos en meer vleis.
Skouras Moschofilero. "Ek was die afgelope lente in Griekeland en het absoluut verlief geraak op Moschofilero. Hierdie bottel kom van George Skouras, een van die oorspronklike wynmakers van Griekeland en nog steeds een van die beste in die land. Moschofilero het 'n pienk vel soos Pinot Gris en het dikwels 'n bietjie gevolglik 'n rooskleurige kleur. Die neus neem 'n aanduiding met handelsmerkaantekeninge van rooswater en minerale. Teen $ 15 is dit een van die beste waardes in witwyn. "
Denis Jamain Reuilly Pinot Gris. "Jaar na jaar is dit een van my gunsteling rosas. Ligte en koperagtige kleur - soos Lopez Rosado -lig - dit is ironies, aards en grasagtig met baie tert sitrusvrugte. As jy dit met 'n paar jaar kan vind daarop word dit nog meer mineraalgedrewe en die tikkie oksidasie voeg nog 'n laag kompleksiteit toe.
Thierry Puzelat "KO" In Côt We Trust. "Weereens, dit is vir my so 'n somerwyn. 'N Malbec uit die Loire-vallei (waar dit Côt heet) van een van my gunsteling produsente. Dit is eerlik, aangenaam en onbeskaamd vrugte vorentoe. Die beste met 'n koue en 'n uitsig . "
Marie Courtin Champagne Resonance & Efflouresence. 'Dit is miskien nie die tipe ding wat ons almal op 'n toevallige weeksdag drink nie, maar dit is steeds een van die groot waardes in Champagne ($ 50/$ 57). Dominique Moreau van Marie Courtin is een van my gunsteling nuwe produsente. (die landgoed is in 2005 geskep). Alle wingerde word biodinamies geboer en die wyne - wat albei 100 persent Pinot Noir is - spreek sulke terroir en suiwerheid uit. verouder in neutrale eikehout. "

Tanner Walle, kroegman, Terroir (New York, N.Y.)

'Natuurlik moet ek terugbetaal Riesling as die perfekte somerdruif. Die suur, die vrugte, die veelsydigheid. Die feit dat u botdroog, uitdroog, medium soet, soet kan vind-die moontlikhede is eindeloos. Nie net dit nie, maar dit kombineer ook byna elke soort kos. Dit is die perfekte somersap, geen twyfel daaroor nie! ”

James Tidwell, meester sommelier en drankdirekteur, Four Seasons Resort & Club (Dallas, Texas)

Pewsey Vale Riesling 2010. "Met 'n lekkere skerpheid, stewige note en 'n verskeidenheid vrugtegeure, van sitrus tot steenvrugte, is dit 'n perfekte wyn om langs die swembad te geniet met ligte somer of as 'n aperitief."
McPherson Cellars Bingham Vineyards Reserve Roussanne 2010. "Ryp perske-, nektarien- en suurlemoengeure en beklemtoon deur 'n delikate blomme -parfuum. Die ryp rondheid van die wyn is verbasend. Alhoewel die tekstuur ryker is as baie somerwit, is die geure en geure te aangenaam om nie 'n somergunsteling te wees nie . "
Fairhaven Vineyards Chambourcin 2010. "Brilliant tart berry fruit of huckleberries, Morello cherries, and wild raspberries makes this a pleasing, light-bodied wine for summer. It's not a well-known grape variety, but a fun and tasty wine for easy summer drinking."
Spy Valley Envoy Pinot Noir 2009. "This a premium offering from Spy Valley, New Zealand. The wine has ripe cherry fruit with fragrant sweet spices and chocolate-mocha aromas. It's mid-weight and supple, making for a perfect summer red."

To see the rest of the expert picks, including recommendations from the beverage directors at Kin Shop, Wallse, and Morrell Wine Bar, visit The Daily Meal.


25 Wines to Drink This Summer

Though it may have felt like summer for some time already, the season's arrival has only just become official. That deserves a toast now, don't you think?

The better question, of course, is: What should you be toasting with? Cocktails and refreshing lagers aside, there's the whole spectrum of summer wines to consider. And it's a vast one at that. Which is why we turned to the experts -- sommeliers, wine writers, and the like -- to offer a little advice. What wines are they excited to drink this summer?

Greek wines received several shout-outs, as did rosé sparklers and Rieslings. Other interesting picks included a mineral-driven white from the Canary Islands, a "wine geek wine" that also appeals to the "eco crowd," and even a sherry (which Eater.com's Talia Baiocchi claims to stock "like most stock Budweiser").

Joe Campanale, beverage director and co-owner, dell'anima, L'Artusi, Anfora (New York, N.Y.)

Scarpetta Brut Rosé 2009. "Fresh and fizzy with loads of bright strawberry and crisp acidity. Dry sparkling rosé is one of the most versatile wines in the world with food and one of the few I can drink on its own -- this is one of my favorites."
Venica & Venica Fruilano "Ronco delle Cime" 2009. "A crisp white from one of Italy's top-quality white wine areas. This wine has a lot of minerality and fresh apple, pear, and raw almond notes. I love the whole Venica line but am a sucker for this delicious norther Italian grape because it is so unique and delicious."
Los Bermejos Diego Secco 2010. A mineral-driven white wine from the Canary Islands. In fact, I'm drink a bunch of Canary Island wines this summer, they represent great value and are some of the more interesting wines emerging in New York City right now."
Foillard Morgon "Côte dy Py" 2009. "A Beaujolais from one of the leading producers -- here you have a chance to have the very best example of a wine from an area an not spend much more than $30. I bought a case of this with the intent of aging it but can't stop opening them as they are drinking so good. I've been drinking a bunch of Beaujolais and other producers I like are Lapierre, Thevenet, and Louis Tête."

Talia Baiocchi, wine columnist, Eater.com

La Cigarrera Manzanilla Sherry. "I stock this like most stock Budweiser. It's the idea introduction to the many joys of Manzanilla -- salty, smoky, and super lean. It's awesome on its own but also goes well with pretty much everything I crave in the summer: cured meat, olives, seafood, and more cured meat.
Skouras Moschofilero. "I was in Greece this past spring and absolutely fell in love with Moschofilero. This bottling comes from George Skouras, one of Greece's original artisan winemakers and still one of the country's best. Moschofilero is pink-skinned like Pinot Gris and often has a slightly rosy hue as a result. The nose takes a cue with trademark notes of rose water and minerals. At $15, it's one of the best values in white wine out there."
Denis Jamain Reuilly Pinot Gris. "Year after year, this is one of my favorite rosés. Light and coppery in color -- like Lopez Rosado light -- it's irony, earthy, and grassy with plenty of tart citrus fruit. If you can find this with just a couple years on it, it gets even more mineral-driven and that tinge of oxidation adds another layer of complexity. Right out of the gate it's reminiscent of doilies, warm days, and tiny lockets. Perfect for summer."
Thierry Puzelat "KO" In Côt We Trust. "Again, this to me is such a summer wine. A Malbec from the Loire Valley (where it's called Côt) from one of my favorite producers. It's honest, likeable, and unabashedly fruit-forward. The best with a chill and a view."
Marie Courtin Champagne Resonance & Efflouresence. "So, this may not be the sort of thing any of us drink on a casual weekday, but it's still one of the great values in Champagne ($50/$57). Dominique Moreau of Marie Courtin is one of my favorite new grower-producers (the estate was created in 2005). All of the vineyards are farmed biodynamically and the wines -- which are both 100 percent Pinot Noir -- express such terroir and purity. The Resonance is vinified entirely in stainless steel and the Efflouresence is fermented and aged in neutral oak."

Tanner Walle, bartender, Terroir (New York, N.Y.)

"Of course I have to default back to Riesling as the perfect summer grape. The acid, the fruit, the versatility. The fact that you can find bone dry, off-dry, medium sweet, sweet -- the possibilities are endless. Not only that, but it pairs with damn near any type of food. It's the perfect summer juice, no doubt about it!"

James Tidwell, master sommelier and beverage director, Four Seasons Resort & Club (Dallas, Texas)

Pewsey Vale Riesling 2010. "Lip-smacking crispness, steely notes, and a range of fruit flavors from citrus to stone fruits, make this a perfect wine to relish beside the pool with light summer fare or as an apéritif."
McPherson Cellars Bingham Vineyards Reserve Roussanne 2010. "Ripe peach, nectarine, and lemon aromas and accented by a delicate floral perfume. The ripe roundness of the wine is surprising. While richer in texture than many summer white, the aromas and flavors are too pleasing for this not to be a summer favorite."
Fairhaven Vineyards Chambourcin 2010. "Brilliant tart berry fruit of huckleberries, Morello cherries, and wild raspberries makes this a pleasing, light-bodied wine for summer. It's not a well-known grape variety, but a fun and tasty wine for easy summer drinking."
Spy Valley Envoy Pinot Noir 2009. "This a premium offering from Spy Valley, New Zealand. The wine has ripe cherry fruit with fragrant sweet spices and chocolate-mocha aromas. It's mid-weight and supple, making for a perfect summer red."

To see the rest of the expert picks, including recommendations from the beverage directors at Kin Shop, Wallse, and Morrell Wine Bar, visit The Daily Meal.


25 Wines to Drink This Summer

Though it may have felt like summer for some time already, the season's arrival has only just become official. That deserves a toast now, don't you think?

The better question, of course, is: What should you be toasting with? Cocktails and refreshing lagers aside, there's the whole spectrum of summer wines to consider. And it's a vast one at that. Which is why we turned to the experts -- sommeliers, wine writers, and the like -- to offer a little advice. What wines are they excited to drink this summer?

Greek wines received several shout-outs, as did rosé sparklers and Rieslings. Other interesting picks included a mineral-driven white from the Canary Islands, a "wine geek wine" that also appeals to the "eco crowd," and even a sherry (which Eater.com's Talia Baiocchi claims to stock "like most stock Budweiser").

Joe Campanale, beverage director and co-owner, dell'anima, L'Artusi, Anfora (New York, N.Y.)

Scarpetta Brut Rosé 2009. "Fresh and fizzy with loads of bright strawberry and crisp acidity. Dry sparkling rosé is one of the most versatile wines in the world with food and one of the few I can drink on its own -- this is one of my favorites."
Venica & Venica Fruilano "Ronco delle Cime" 2009. "A crisp white from one of Italy's top-quality white wine areas. This wine has a lot of minerality and fresh apple, pear, and raw almond notes. I love the whole Venica line but am a sucker for this delicious norther Italian grape because it is so unique and delicious."
Los Bermejos Diego Secco 2010. A mineral-driven white wine from the Canary Islands. In fact, I'm drink a bunch of Canary Island wines this summer, they represent great value and are some of the more interesting wines emerging in New York City right now."
Foillard Morgon "Côte dy Py" 2009. "A Beaujolais from one of the leading producers -- here you have a chance to have the very best example of a wine from an area an not spend much more than $30. I bought a case of this with the intent of aging it but can't stop opening them as they are drinking so good. I've been drinking a bunch of Beaujolais and other producers I like are Lapierre, Thevenet, and Louis Tête."

Talia Baiocchi, wine columnist, Eater.com

La Cigarrera Manzanilla Sherry. "I stock this like most stock Budweiser. It's the idea introduction to the many joys of Manzanilla -- salty, smoky, and super lean. It's awesome on its own but also goes well with pretty much everything I crave in the summer: cured meat, olives, seafood, and more cured meat.
Skouras Moschofilero. "I was in Greece this past spring and absolutely fell in love with Moschofilero. This bottling comes from George Skouras, one of Greece's original artisan winemakers and still one of the country's best. Moschofilero is pink-skinned like Pinot Gris and often has a slightly rosy hue as a result. The nose takes a cue with trademark notes of rose water and minerals. At $15, it's one of the best values in white wine out there."
Denis Jamain Reuilly Pinot Gris. "Year after year, this is one of my favorite rosés. Light and coppery in color -- like Lopez Rosado light -- it's irony, earthy, and grassy with plenty of tart citrus fruit. If you can find this with just a couple years on it, it gets even more mineral-driven and that tinge of oxidation adds another layer of complexity. Right out of the gate it's reminiscent of doilies, warm days, and tiny lockets. Perfect for summer."
Thierry Puzelat "KO" In Côt We Trust. "Again, this to me is such a summer wine. A Malbec from the Loire Valley (where it's called Côt) from one of my favorite producers. It's honest, likeable, and unabashedly fruit-forward. The best with a chill and a view."
Marie Courtin Champagne Resonance & Efflouresence. "So, this may not be the sort of thing any of us drink on a casual weekday, but it's still one of the great values in Champagne ($50/$57). Dominique Moreau of Marie Courtin is one of my favorite new grower-producers (the estate was created in 2005). All of the vineyards are farmed biodynamically and the wines -- which are both 100 percent Pinot Noir -- express such terroir and purity. The Resonance is vinified entirely in stainless steel and the Efflouresence is fermented and aged in neutral oak."

Tanner Walle, bartender, Terroir (New York, N.Y.)

"Of course I have to default back to Riesling as the perfect summer grape. The acid, the fruit, the versatility. The fact that you can find bone dry, off-dry, medium sweet, sweet -- the possibilities are endless. Not only that, but it pairs with damn near any type of food. It's the perfect summer juice, no doubt about it!"

James Tidwell, master sommelier and beverage director, Four Seasons Resort & Club (Dallas, Texas)

Pewsey Vale Riesling 2010. "Lip-smacking crispness, steely notes, and a range of fruit flavors from citrus to stone fruits, make this a perfect wine to relish beside the pool with light summer fare or as an apéritif."
McPherson Cellars Bingham Vineyards Reserve Roussanne 2010. "Ripe peach, nectarine, and lemon aromas and accented by a delicate floral perfume. The ripe roundness of the wine is surprising. While richer in texture than many summer white, the aromas and flavors are too pleasing for this not to be a summer favorite."
Fairhaven Vineyards Chambourcin 2010. "Brilliant tart berry fruit of huckleberries, Morello cherries, and wild raspberries makes this a pleasing, light-bodied wine for summer. It's not a well-known grape variety, but a fun and tasty wine for easy summer drinking."
Spy Valley Envoy Pinot Noir 2009. "This a premium offering from Spy Valley, New Zealand. The wine has ripe cherry fruit with fragrant sweet spices and chocolate-mocha aromas. It's mid-weight and supple, making for a perfect summer red."

To see the rest of the expert picks, including recommendations from the beverage directors at Kin Shop, Wallse, and Morrell Wine Bar, visit The Daily Meal.


25 Wines to Drink This Summer

Though it may have felt like summer for some time already, the season's arrival has only just become official. That deserves a toast now, don't you think?

The better question, of course, is: What should you be toasting with? Cocktails and refreshing lagers aside, there's the whole spectrum of summer wines to consider. And it's a vast one at that. Which is why we turned to the experts -- sommeliers, wine writers, and the like -- to offer a little advice. What wines are they excited to drink this summer?

Greek wines received several shout-outs, as did rosé sparklers and Rieslings. Other interesting picks included a mineral-driven white from the Canary Islands, a "wine geek wine" that also appeals to the "eco crowd," and even a sherry (which Eater.com's Talia Baiocchi claims to stock "like most stock Budweiser").

Joe Campanale, beverage director and co-owner, dell'anima, L'Artusi, Anfora (New York, N.Y.)

Scarpetta Brut Rosé 2009. "Fresh and fizzy with loads of bright strawberry and crisp acidity. Dry sparkling rosé is one of the most versatile wines in the world with food and one of the few I can drink on its own -- this is one of my favorites."
Venica & Venica Fruilano "Ronco delle Cime" 2009. "A crisp white from one of Italy's top-quality white wine areas. This wine has a lot of minerality and fresh apple, pear, and raw almond notes. I love the whole Venica line but am a sucker for this delicious norther Italian grape because it is so unique and delicious."
Los Bermejos Diego Secco 2010. A mineral-driven white wine from the Canary Islands. In fact, I'm drink a bunch of Canary Island wines this summer, they represent great value and are some of the more interesting wines emerging in New York City right now."
Foillard Morgon "Côte dy Py" 2009. "A Beaujolais from one of the leading producers -- here you have a chance to have the very best example of a wine from an area an not spend much more than $30. I bought a case of this with the intent of aging it but can't stop opening them as they are drinking so good. I've been drinking a bunch of Beaujolais and other producers I like are Lapierre, Thevenet, and Louis Tête."

Talia Baiocchi, wine columnist, Eater.com

La Cigarrera Manzanilla Sherry. "I stock this like most stock Budweiser. It's the idea introduction to the many joys of Manzanilla -- salty, smoky, and super lean. It's awesome on its own but also goes well with pretty much everything I crave in the summer: cured meat, olives, seafood, and more cured meat.
Skouras Moschofilero. "I was in Greece this past spring and absolutely fell in love with Moschofilero. This bottling comes from George Skouras, one of Greece's original artisan winemakers and still one of the country's best. Moschofilero is pink-skinned like Pinot Gris and often has a slightly rosy hue as a result. The nose takes a cue with trademark notes of rose water and minerals. At $15, it's one of the best values in white wine out there."
Denis Jamain Reuilly Pinot Gris. "Year after year, this is one of my favorite rosés. Light and coppery in color -- like Lopez Rosado light -- it's irony, earthy, and grassy with plenty of tart citrus fruit. If you can find this with just a couple years on it, it gets even more mineral-driven and that tinge of oxidation adds another layer of complexity. Right out of the gate it's reminiscent of doilies, warm days, and tiny lockets. Perfect for summer."
Thierry Puzelat "KO" In Côt We Trust. "Again, this to me is such a summer wine. A Malbec from the Loire Valley (where it's called Côt) from one of my favorite producers. It's honest, likeable, and unabashedly fruit-forward. The best with a chill and a view."
Marie Courtin Champagne Resonance & Efflouresence. "So, this may not be the sort of thing any of us drink on a casual weekday, but it's still one of the great values in Champagne ($50/$57). Dominique Moreau of Marie Courtin is one of my favorite new grower-producers (the estate was created in 2005). All of the vineyards are farmed biodynamically and the wines -- which are both 100 percent Pinot Noir -- express such terroir and purity. The Resonance is vinified entirely in stainless steel and the Efflouresence is fermented and aged in neutral oak."

Tanner Walle, bartender, Terroir (New York, N.Y.)

"Of course I have to default back to Riesling as the perfect summer grape. The acid, the fruit, the versatility. The fact that you can find bone dry, off-dry, medium sweet, sweet -- the possibilities are endless. Not only that, but it pairs with damn near any type of food. It's the perfect summer juice, no doubt about it!"

James Tidwell, master sommelier and beverage director, Four Seasons Resort & Club (Dallas, Texas)

Pewsey Vale Riesling 2010. "Lip-smacking crispness, steely notes, and a range of fruit flavors from citrus to stone fruits, make this a perfect wine to relish beside the pool with light summer fare or as an apéritif."
McPherson Cellars Bingham Vineyards Reserve Roussanne 2010. "Ripe peach, nectarine, and lemon aromas and accented by a delicate floral perfume. The ripe roundness of the wine is surprising. While richer in texture than many summer white, the aromas and flavors are too pleasing for this not to be a summer favorite."
Fairhaven Vineyards Chambourcin 2010. "Brilliant tart berry fruit of huckleberries, Morello cherries, and wild raspberries makes this a pleasing, light-bodied wine for summer. It's not a well-known grape variety, but a fun and tasty wine for easy summer drinking."
Spy Valley Envoy Pinot Noir 2009. "This a premium offering from Spy Valley, New Zealand. The wine has ripe cherry fruit with fragrant sweet spices and chocolate-mocha aromas. It's mid-weight and supple, making for a perfect summer red."

To see the rest of the expert picks, including recommendations from the beverage directors at Kin Shop, Wallse, and Morrell Wine Bar, visit The Daily Meal.


25 Wines to Drink This Summer

Though it may have felt like summer for some time already, the season's arrival has only just become official. That deserves a toast now, don't you think?

The better question, of course, is: What should you be toasting with? Cocktails and refreshing lagers aside, there's the whole spectrum of summer wines to consider. And it's a vast one at that. Which is why we turned to the experts -- sommeliers, wine writers, and the like -- to offer a little advice. What wines are they excited to drink this summer?

Greek wines received several shout-outs, as did rosé sparklers and Rieslings. Other interesting picks included a mineral-driven white from the Canary Islands, a "wine geek wine" that also appeals to the "eco crowd," and even a sherry (which Eater.com's Talia Baiocchi claims to stock "like most stock Budweiser").

Joe Campanale, beverage director and co-owner, dell'anima, L'Artusi, Anfora (New York, N.Y.)

Scarpetta Brut Rosé 2009. "Fresh and fizzy with loads of bright strawberry and crisp acidity. Dry sparkling rosé is one of the most versatile wines in the world with food and one of the few I can drink on its own -- this is one of my favorites."
Venica & Venica Fruilano "Ronco delle Cime" 2009. "A crisp white from one of Italy's top-quality white wine areas. This wine has a lot of minerality and fresh apple, pear, and raw almond notes. I love the whole Venica line but am a sucker for this delicious norther Italian grape because it is so unique and delicious."
Los Bermejos Diego Secco 2010. A mineral-driven white wine from the Canary Islands. In fact, I'm drink a bunch of Canary Island wines this summer, they represent great value and are some of the more interesting wines emerging in New York City right now."
Foillard Morgon "Côte dy Py" 2009. "A Beaujolais from one of the leading producers -- here you have a chance to have the very best example of a wine from an area an not spend much more than $30. I bought a case of this with the intent of aging it but can't stop opening them as they are drinking so good. I've been drinking a bunch of Beaujolais and other producers I like are Lapierre, Thevenet, and Louis Tête."

Talia Baiocchi, wine columnist, Eater.com

La Cigarrera Manzanilla Sherry. "I stock this like most stock Budweiser. It's the idea introduction to the many joys of Manzanilla -- salty, smoky, and super lean. It's awesome on its own but also goes well with pretty much everything I crave in the summer: cured meat, olives, seafood, and more cured meat.
Skouras Moschofilero. "I was in Greece this past spring and absolutely fell in love with Moschofilero. This bottling comes from George Skouras, one of Greece's original artisan winemakers and still one of the country's best. Moschofilero is pink-skinned like Pinot Gris and often has a slightly rosy hue as a result. The nose takes a cue with trademark notes of rose water and minerals. At $15, it's one of the best values in white wine out there."
Denis Jamain Reuilly Pinot Gris. "Year after year, this is one of my favorite rosés. Light and coppery in color -- like Lopez Rosado light -- it's irony, earthy, and grassy with plenty of tart citrus fruit. If you can find this with just a couple years on it, it gets even more mineral-driven and that tinge of oxidation adds another layer of complexity. Right out of the gate it's reminiscent of doilies, warm days, and tiny lockets. Perfect for summer."
Thierry Puzelat "KO" In Côt We Trust. "Again, this to me is such a summer wine. A Malbec from the Loire Valley (where it's called Côt) from one of my favorite producers. It's honest, likeable, and unabashedly fruit-forward. The best with a chill and a view."
Marie Courtin Champagne Resonance & Efflouresence. "So, this may not be the sort of thing any of us drink on a casual weekday, but it's still one of the great values in Champagne ($50/$57). Dominique Moreau of Marie Courtin is one of my favorite new grower-producers (the estate was created in 2005). All of the vineyards are farmed biodynamically and the wines -- which are both 100 percent Pinot Noir -- express such terroir and purity. The Resonance is vinified entirely in stainless steel and the Efflouresence is fermented and aged in neutral oak."

Tanner Walle, bartender, Terroir (New York, N.Y.)

"Of course I have to default back to Riesling as the perfect summer grape. The acid, the fruit, the versatility. The fact that you can find bone dry, off-dry, medium sweet, sweet -- the possibilities are endless. Not only that, but it pairs with damn near any type of food. It's the perfect summer juice, no doubt about it!"

James Tidwell, master sommelier and beverage director, Four Seasons Resort & Club (Dallas, Texas)

Pewsey Vale Riesling 2010. "Lip-smacking crispness, steely notes, and a range of fruit flavors from citrus to stone fruits, make this a perfect wine to relish beside the pool with light summer fare or as an apéritif."
McPherson Cellars Bingham Vineyards Reserve Roussanne 2010. "Ripe peach, nectarine, and lemon aromas and accented by a delicate floral perfume. The ripe roundness of the wine is surprising. While richer in texture than many summer white, the aromas and flavors are too pleasing for this not to be a summer favorite."
Fairhaven Vineyards Chambourcin 2010. "Brilliant tart berry fruit of huckleberries, Morello cherries, and wild raspberries makes this a pleasing, light-bodied wine for summer. It's not a well-known grape variety, but a fun and tasty wine for easy summer drinking."
Spy Valley Envoy Pinot Noir 2009. "This a premium offering from Spy Valley, New Zealand. The wine has ripe cherry fruit with fragrant sweet spices and chocolate-mocha aromas. It's mid-weight and supple, making for a perfect summer red."

To see the rest of the expert picks, including recommendations from the beverage directors at Kin Shop, Wallse, and Morrell Wine Bar, visit The Daily Meal.


25 Wines to Drink This Summer

Though it may have felt like summer for some time already, the season's arrival has only just become official. That deserves a toast now, don't you think?

The better question, of course, is: What should you be toasting with? Cocktails and refreshing lagers aside, there's the whole spectrum of summer wines to consider. And it's a vast one at that. Which is why we turned to the experts -- sommeliers, wine writers, and the like -- to offer a little advice. What wines are they excited to drink this summer?

Greek wines received several shout-outs, as did rosé sparklers and Rieslings. Other interesting picks included a mineral-driven white from the Canary Islands, a "wine geek wine" that also appeals to the "eco crowd," and even a sherry (which Eater.com's Talia Baiocchi claims to stock "like most stock Budweiser").

Joe Campanale, beverage director and co-owner, dell'anima, L'Artusi, Anfora (New York, N.Y.)

Scarpetta Brut Rosé 2009. "Fresh and fizzy with loads of bright strawberry and crisp acidity. Dry sparkling rosé is one of the most versatile wines in the world with food and one of the few I can drink on its own -- this is one of my favorites."
Venica & Venica Fruilano "Ronco delle Cime" 2009. "A crisp white from one of Italy's top-quality white wine areas. This wine has a lot of minerality and fresh apple, pear, and raw almond notes. I love the whole Venica line but am a sucker for this delicious norther Italian grape because it is so unique and delicious."
Los Bermejos Diego Secco 2010. A mineral-driven white wine from the Canary Islands. In fact, I'm drink a bunch of Canary Island wines this summer, they represent great value and are some of the more interesting wines emerging in New York City right now."
Foillard Morgon "Côte dy Py" 2009. "A Beaujolais from one of the leading producers -- here you have a chance to have the very best example of a wine from an area an not spend much more than $30. I bought a case of this with the intent of aging it but can't stop opening them as they are drinking so good. I've been drinking a bunch of Beaujolais and other producers I like are Lapierre, Thevenet, and Louis Tête."

Talia Baiocchi, wine columnist, Eater.com

La Cigarrera Manzanilla Sherry. "I stock this like most stock Budweiser. It's the idea introduction to the many joys of Manzanilla -- salty, smoky, and super lean. It's awesome on its own but also goes well with pretty much everything I crave in the summer: cured meat, olives, seafood, and more cured meat.
Skouras Moschofilero. "I was in Greece this past spring and absolutely fell in love with Moschofilero. This bottling comes from George Skouras, one of Greece's original artisan winemakers and still one of the country's best. Moschofilero is pink-skinned like Pinot Gris and often has a slightly rosy hue as a result. The nose takes a cue with trademark notes of rose water and minerals. At $15, it's one of the best values in white wine out there."
Denis Jamain Reuilly Pinot Gris. "Year after year, this is one of my favorite rosés. Light and coppery in color -- like Lopez Rosado light -- it's irony, earthy, and grassy with plenty of tart citrus fruit. If you can find this with just a couple years on it, it gets even more mineral-driven and that tinge of oxidation adds another layer of complexity. Right out of the gate it's reminiscent of doilies, warm days, and tiny lockets. Perfect for summer."
Thierry Puzelat "KO" In Côt We Trust. "Again, this to me is such a summer wine. A Malbec from the Loire Valley (where it's called Côt) from one of my favorite producers. It's honest, likeable, and unabashedly fruit-forward. The best with a chill and a view."
Marie Courtin Champagne Resonance & Efflouresence. "So, this may not be the sort of thing any of us drink on a casual weekday, but it's still one of the great values in Champagne ($50/$57). Dominique Moreau of Marie Courtin is one of my favorite new grower-producers (the estate was created in 2005). All of the vineyards are farmed biodynamically and the wines -- which are both 100 percent Pinot Noir -- express such terroir and purity. The Resonance is vinified entirely in stainless steel and the Efflouresence is fermented and aged in neutral oak."

Tanner Walle, bartender, Terroir (New York, N.Y.)

"Of course I have to default back to Riesling as the perfect summer grape. The acid, the fruit, the versatility. The fact that you can find bone dry, off-dry, medium sweet, sweet -- the possibilities are endless. Not only that, but it pairs with damn near any type of food. It's the perfect summer juice, no doubt about it!"

James Tidwell, master sommelier and beverage director, Four Seasons Resort & Club (Dallas, Texas)

Pewsey Vale Riesling 2010. "Lip-smacking crispness, steely notes, and a range of fruit flavors from citrus to stone fruits, make this a perfect wine to relish beside the pool with light summer fare or as an apéritif."
McPherson Cellars Bingham Vineyards Reserve Roussanne 2010. "Ripe peach, nectarine, and lemon aromas and accented by a delicate floral perfume. The ripe roundness of the wine is surprising. While richer in texture than many summer white, the aromas and flavors are too pleasing for this not to be a summer favorite."
Fairhaven Vineyards Chambourcin 2010. "Brilliant tart berry fruit of huckleberries, Morello cherries, and wild raspberries makes this a pleasing, light-bodied wine for summer. It's not a well-known grape variety, but a fun and tasty wine for easy summer drinking."
Spy Valley Envoy Pinot Noir 2009. "This a premium offering from Spy Valley, New Zealand. The wine has ripe cherry fruit with fragrant sweet spices and chocolate-mocha aromas. It's mid-weight and supple, making for a perfect summer red."

To see the rest of the expert picks, including recommendations from the beverage directors at Kin Shop, Wallse, and Morrell Wine Bar, visit The Daily Meal.


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Kommentaar:

  1. Jugor

    Ek glo dat jy verkeerd is. Ek is seker. Kom ons bespreek dit.

  2. Alhhard

    Dit is opvallend, die nuttige stuk

  3. Iasius

    I apologize, but not fit enough.

  4. Kenris

    Hier is die een aan!

  5. Kito

    Nogal nuttige stuk

  6. Padraic

    Na my mening maak u 'n fout. Ek kan dit bewys. E -pos my by PM, sal ons bespreek.

  7. Wiellaford

    But is it effective?



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