A few weeks ago I led a Chardonnay tasting for a private event at Little Brick Café and General Store. I thought I would post some notes from that session. If this type of info interests you at all, I’m going to be hosting a tasting of Belgian beers on Thursday, April 21, as part of Little Brick’s Home School series.
For this event we did a style of tasting that we do a lot with our wine group at work. We call it a semi-blind varietal tasting. This isn’t a technical term, or even a commonly used term… it’s just a name we made up. Three or four wines of the same grape varietal are selected, but … Continue reading.
Some shameless self-promotion: if the type of information contained in this post interests you at all, I’m going to be hosting a tasting of sparkling wines on Thursday, February 11, as part of Little Brick’s Home School series.
I’ve been meaning to write about Austrian wine for some time. Years, actually: ever since I wrote this post on Heurigen, which are rural taverns that serve young wine and cider.
Last week the Elm wine group did a tasting of Grüner Veltliner, the national grape of Austria, so I thought I would finally put down some info on Austrian wine.
If you haven’t had Austrian wine before, you’re not a freak or a philistine: there isn’t a whole … Continue reading.