The Dirt On Vermentino

The Dirt On Vermentino
Recently it came to my attention that, I seem to very much enjoy grape varietals that begin with the letter V. 

Vermentino is no exception. 

Italian wines have always been some of the most interesting and delicious I’ve had the pleasure of studying. Through my studies I can easily say I’ve spent the most time in Italy
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The Dirt On Syrah

The Dirt On Syrah
There are some grape varietals in the world of wine that are so distinctive they set themselves apart from all others. Inky, deep, rich and highly regarded, Syrah or Shiraz is the 6th most planted grape in the world! With that sort of statistic it's no wonder we’re sampling and scoring this variety this week with the High Five Wine Scoring System
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The Dirt On Chardonnay

The Dirt On Chardonnay
Chardonnay is one of those grape varietals that is just so substantial as far as its importance in the world of wine. Have you ever heard the term noble wine? There are six varietals that share this distinction and Chardonnay happens to be one of them. With great reason.
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The Dirt on Pinot Noir

The Dirt on Pinot Noir

One of my favourite red wine grape varietals is Pinot Noir

It pairs easily with many of the dishes I enjoy - and food and wine pairings are one of my very favourite things...
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The Dirt on Pinot Gris

The Dirt on Pinot Gris

The Dirt on Pinot Gris!

New World Pinot Gris wines can be rich, creamy, fruity and even a little tropical. Old World Pinot Gris or Pinot Grigio can be lighter, more refreshing, bright and citrusy. Which one should you choose? This blog will help you learn how! 
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