Have you ever picked up a shriveled passion fruit – one that looks
like it’s ready to toss in the compost bin – and then sliced it open and
slurped up its juice and seeds? That
wonderfully ripe, tropical flavor is what you’ll find in this zesty wine
from the Marlborough district of New Zealand. This is not complex
Sauvvie; there’s no minerality here. But there is bold NZ character and
refreshing acidity – and great value for the price. Look for the
starfish on the label, and enjoy this with grilled chicken or any
seafood, especially with a citrusy marinade or sauce.
- Traditions and Rituals dmwineline.wordpress.com/2018/07/16/tra… https://t.co/7xv8WLy6uVTweeted 9 hours ago
- Bring patience and your own drink. twitter.com/sseats/status/…Tweeted 2 days ago
- RT @BarbaraMcDWhitt: Immortal beloved: madeira wine is a taste of history telegraph.co.uk/food-and-drink… via @TelegraphFood | Credit was given to…Tweeted 1 week ago
- Toasting Independence Day with Madeira dmwineline.wordpress.com/2018/07/04/toa…Tweeted 1 week ago
- South China Morning Post? That’s cool. #wine @WaPoFood twitter.com/thisfamilymeal…Tweeted 2 weeks ago
Top Posts & Pages
- Traditions and Rituals
- Jancis Robinson, Helen Turley, and "Dirty," "Underripe" Pinot Noir
- Excitement in Portugal
- Great Values of 2017
- Toasting Independence Day with Madeira
- Figeac: The misunderstood Premier Grand Cru Classé of St. Emilion
- OK, so now I have tasted a Marcassin pinot noir ... and liked it!
- Book Review: Alice Feiring's "Naked Wine"
- Finally, the perfect Champagne glass