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TOPIC: Fine Wine & Spirits

Fine Wine & Spirits 2 months 1 week ago #3329

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<p>In 1990, we decided to produce a new type of dessert wine, light, delicate and very refreshing. Single vineyards appear on German wine labels with the name of the town ending in 'er' preceding the vineyard name. Ürziger Würzgarten is don felder wine the Würzgarten vineyard in the town of Ürzig, for example. Many winemakers make wines from each vineyard—each producer owns just a segment of the vineyard, and may farm his steep-sloped parcel of vines alongside a dozen neighbors.</p>
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<p>Roagna Barolo Chinato begins with a high-quality wine—in this case, the estate's ten-year-old Riserva made from old-vine nebbiolo. With a wine this good as a starting point, you don't want to overplay the botanicals, and the producer wisely holds back. The recipe started as one passed down through generations, but has been more recently tweaked to suit modern tastes. With some 33 herbs and spices, it's complex, but the hints of anise, cardamom and cinnamon take an uncharacteristic back seat to the wine. It's fortified with grappa, and floral infusions contribute an added ethereal quality. Overall, it comes off with a gentler, softer quality than most other Barolo chinatos, and seems more closely related to a pure wine than to an amaro.</p>
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