You’ve probably heard us say this, but great wine starts with great grapes. Great grapes come from great farming practices. For example, did you know that oftentimes wineries that are making high quality wine practice what is called fruit thinning?
DON’T… that’s it. That’s the blog… All jokes a side it’s really not that great of a pairing. Sure you can do it. There’s sweet sparkling wines or champagne that will work with sweet chocolate and esoteric dry sparkling that may work
If you’ve ever been to a tasting room, you’re pretty familiar with the experience. You book a tasting, show up at the reserved time, enjoy the tasting, buy bottles, or join the wine club. When we open our doors on November 27, 2021, the experience will be very similar.
Have you ever looked at a bottle of wine in the store and saw the words “dry” or “off dry” and passed on it because you didn’t want anything that would leave your mouth too dry? What about champagne? What are your thoughts when you see extra brut?