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This Chardonnay claims that it does not have any wooden notes. It seems true with its transparent straw color, subtle aroma of fresh Granny Smith apples, which also emanates in its taste with a touch of lime and minerals. It feels dry and tart to the palate with a mouth-watering acidity. Like most Chardonnays, this […]Continue Reading.
. . This Australian white wine-a combination of 58% Viognier and 42% Marsanne with 13. 5% alcohol-has a very pale straw color with bouquet that reminds one of white flowers.
Its texture is rich, almost dry, and just the right acidity, with a pleasant peach-pit bitterness in the finish. As its name implies, goes well with shellfish. Costs […]Continue Reading. .
. As it pours to the glass, the color of purple-black ink is already noticed. This wine from the Apennines of Italy smells fresh, a bit like black cherries and a hint of spice. It would remind you of the Chianti Classico.
The taste comes like cherries and tart cranberries, with a luscious soft sensation that […]Continue Reading. . . A chocolatier in Irvine, California, will be featured on the Food Network because of its chili-infused chocolates.
Xan Confections, along with six other companies, will appear on the network’s show “Unwrapped” as part of its “Hot and Spicy” episode beginning July 17. The chocolatier’s ancho chili jewel caramels have captured the tastebuds of food experts […]Continue Reading. . .
This French red wine, which has been aged since 1998, is a favorite even among the most astute tasters despite its low price. The wine appears very dark garnet red from the bottle, with bright bouquet of raspberries and strawberries on the glass. The flavor fills the mouth with juices from a various fresh fruits, […]Continue Reading. .
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