Where To Buy Fissata Wine
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Where To Buy Fissata Wine
Carson Demmond is a former sommelier and freelance writer based in Atlanta. Her bylines have appeared in Decanter, Vogue, Wine & Spirits, Fortune, Wine Enthusiast, PUNCH, and others. She was an associate wine editor at Food & Wine and wrote the "One Case Wonder" and "Decantress Wine Advice" columns.
What she had was a bottle of cheap Lambrusco: fizzy, cloying, and about on par with a wine cooler as far as complexity of flavor goes. My skepticism was confirmed and my opinion on sparkling red wine was set.
That is, until a number of years later, when I was visiting a family friend of ours who was passing through Vermont. Our friend Karen and her husband Paul own a vineyard in Southern Australia where they make really beautiful handcrafted wines. Karen was on a sales trip in Canada and she popped down into the U.S. so my mom and I could meet up with her to say hello.
Just like other varieties of wine, there are a couple of different styles of Lambrusco to look out for. To make Lambrusco even more complicated, there are light styles, usually called Lambrusco di Sorbara. You can also tell by looking at them that they are lightly sparkling because they will be pinker in comparison to the deep red of the richer style of Lambrusco known as Grasparossa. Lighter styles will have marked notes of strawberries, raspberries, and rhubarb; I like them on the drier side to keep the fruit from being cloying. On the other hand, I like the Labrusco Grasparossa style to have just a touch of sweetness to keep it from being tannic (tasting a dry Lambrusco Grasparossa can be like taking a sip of black tea that has steeped for a half hour).
Furthermore, the French Paradox has been explained by the presence of red wine in the French Diet. Sure, the French may be eating bread, cream, cheeses, and butter regularly, but many also drink wine daily. This suggests that the wine plays a role. However, eating everything in moderation may also be key.
These calculations work for most wines. Sweet wines that are low in alcohol are going to be higher in calories due to the fact that not all of their sugar has been converted to alcohol. For example, with this wine from The Traveling Vineyard:
A few weeks back, we hosted a Traveling Vineyard wine party at home. Of course, after tasting all of the Traveling Vineyard wines that we had there to sample, had to pick up a few for myself.
Tasting Notes: Palate of sweet red berries and a hint of nutty flavors play well together in this sparkling wine. You really get notes of peach in there, which is a pleasant addition. The bubbles are not too much, but just enough to make it enjoyable over and over again. An excellent choice for a dessert-type wine.
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Like vibrations, fluctuating temperatures can negatively impact the aging and chemical processes happening in your wine. This is why cellars and wine refrigerators are fastidiously temperature controlled. A mild, constant temperature is best.
As we stated earlier, room temperature is typically too warm for serving wine and also too warm for the long term storage of wine. Warm wine is dull and flat and, in extreme cases, overly alcoholic or vinegar tasting.
One way to ease the selection and viewing of your collection is with lighting. The type of lighting used is very important. Your average household lighting gives off heat, which as we now know, is not good. Sunlight and UV Rays are even worse for your wine. Keep your wine away from windows or other sources of natural light. Your best bet for a light source is LED. LED lighting creates a soft glow without giving off any heat.
I know the wine cooler is the latest technology to store wine. I do store wine in my home refrigerator. Actually just want to know from you, what is the difference between wine cooler and home refrigerator Is wine cooler better than a home refrigerator
I have built a wine cellar under my stairs it is 361 cu ft. Can you recommend a proper cooling system that will work (along with any accessories) that will not break the bank.Thank you,Loreen
Our wine cooler stopped working this summer. How long does wine last without being at the right temperature We are shopping for a new wine refrigerator for Christmas! We have severeal bottles in our broken wine refrigerator and would sure hate to have lost them! Please advise.
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