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Brunello Di Montalcino Comes To New York

Brunello Di Montalcino Comes To New York

Brian Freedman Contributor Spirits I cover wine, spirits, travel, and food, and consult on wine. Follow me on social media @FDTreport Brunello di Montalcino isn’t just one of the most important and long-lived wines in all of Italy—though it’s certainly more than earned that status. The town of Montalcino itself, and the almost overwhelmingly beautiful part of Tuscany in which it’s located, have also become increasingly important destinations for visitors to the region. ... Val di Suga 2016 Brunello di Montalcino Vigna Spuntali Needs air, but with a few minutes in the glass, aromas of wild cherries, cherry pits, and...
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How Much Italian Wine Should You Drink to Make Your Canceled Italy Trip Hurt Less?

How Much Italian Wine Should You Drink to Make Your Canceled Italy Trip Hurt Less?

by Kristin Tice Studeman Can drinking a delicious glass of Tuscan wine soothe the sting of a canceled trip to Florence? Here’s one way to find out. Kristin Tice Studeman, writer, wine enthusiast, and founder of The Rosé Project, shares a few of her favorite bottles from the beloved Italian region. YOUR HOUSE - Open up a good bottle of wine from Tuscany and you can quite literally taste the picturesque, rolling hillsides and coastal breeze from the comforts of your own home. We so easily forget that good wine can be wonderfully transporting — each bottle tells a story about the place it...
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04/07/20
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SevenFifty Daily: Val di Suga

SevenFifty Daily: Val di Suga

Renowned for helping to establish Brunello di Montalcino as one of the world’s most famous wines, Val di Suga is uniquely positioned in Tuscany’s Val d’Orcia as the only producer that possesses vineyards in all three of Montalcino’s viticultural regions The three hillside locations of the Val di Suga vineyards are famous for possessing the best-suited terroirs for the highest-quality Brunello production. Each slope has different sun exposure and geologically distinct soils that lend a range of favorite tasting notes, including distinctive notes of ginger and quinine bark. An excellent pairing for game, roasted and grilled meats, and medium-aged cheeses, Val di Suga Brunello...
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November 11, 2019
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