20 Feb 19

2014 Antinori Chianti Classico Marchese Antinori Riserva Tenuta Tignanello – Italy, Tuscany, Chianti, Chianti Classico DOCG (2/15/2019) WIML91 Tasted non blind. Opened and served immediately. Followed over about 90 minutes. Dark garnet to purple color in the glass, clear looking throughout. Nose of Kirsch, lavender, plum and black berry. Flavors of Plums, black berry and […]

19 Feb 19
The Traveling Vineyard

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14 Feb 19
BsNews.it - Brescia News

Tre persone sono state arrestate con l’accusa di aver raggirato con marchi falsi migliaia di persone. Secondo le informazioni raccolte dai carabinieri del Nas, infatti, un 55enne cremonese (di origine campana), la madre 58enne e il figlio 31enne avrebbero orchestrato un sistema per mettere sul mercato bottiglie di vino “pregiato”, etichettandolo abusivamente con i marchi […]

14 Feb 19
News Archives Uk

The Duke of Sussex celebrated his first Valentine's Day as a married man in one of the harshest climates on the planet. He met the British armed forces participating in a winter survival training in the Arctic Circle. Harry, who flew to northern Norway on a charter plane, took a flight that would have cost […]

29 Jan 19
Vancouver Sun

Vancouver Sun wine expert Anthony Gismondi’s news from the wine and food world, recommended B.C. wine of the week, and a wine to add to your cellar.

22 Jan 19
Spoiled Guest

Last Spring, the Spoiled Guest toured several favorite spots in Europe — Paris, Lake Garda in Italy, Vienna, Saltzburg, and Munich.  There follows an unvarnished, essentially verbatim diary of the trip, with an emphasis on hotels and restaurants that we hope fellow travelers will find useful and entertaining! Thurs. 5/24 Arrive Paris around 6:30 am […]

18 Jan 19

Tom Izzo was busy analyzing the game footage onto his flatscreen, rewinding and hammering one moment over and over again. Even the Michigan State coach saw that the final play of law unfold, a star team-mate clapping for the chunk just never to get it. He analyzed the body gestures of 2 bickering teammates, attempting […]

18 Jan 19
Graham Sherwood’s

Most wine drinkers when asked, would place the Italian red Chianti in the top ten of the most frequent styles of wine that they regularly purchase. Since becoming popular during the 1960’s, largely on the back of the British Ex-Pat invasion of central Tuscany, once referred to as Chianti-shire, this once humble wine, made predominantly […]

17 Jan 19
jerseydeanne & friends

A Possible Timeline they don’t want you to know NSW Anon ~ Hi Jersey, I can’t find my post about the relationship timeline but will redo and try to cover the main points. I think PH and MM knew each other for years before 2016, for the following reasons – ( sorry for the long […]

13 Jan 19
xtraWine Blog

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08 Jan 19
Ric's Wine Journal

2015 Maison de Montille Saint-Aubin Sur Gamay 1er, popped and poured at Wah Lok, 01 Dec 2018. Ample in green fruits, lime and clear citrus on the nose. Rather full with sharp intensity, filling the palate with a broad expanse of dry minerality, developing a late floral bloom as it finished with traces of nutmeg and white pepper. Excellent […]

07 Jan 19

In addition to being timely – which I still clearly need to work on – I made several resolutions for 2019. Not surprisingly, many are wine related. And while these might be more enjoyable to accomplish than my other annual goals (such as running “x” miles by year end, eating more greens, and limiting my […]

05 Jan 19
Wine Decoded

If you prefer rich dark interpretations, Antinori’s Chianti Classico from the generous 2015 vintage is one for you. Texturally it’s soft and silky with fine long tannins. Solid depth and length. Dark fruits, spices and a little earthiness layer in nicely. The ripeness makes it a very approachable wine straight out of the box.

90% Sangiovese 10% Cabernet Sauvignon

Throughout the 1970’s, Tenuta Tignanello was a sort of laboratory for Marchesi Antinori, a center for new viticultural research and development as they introduced new winemaking techniques and new varietals such as Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. Innovations concerning vine density or pruning techniques and the selection of the Sangiovese grape were always intended to obtain grapes with concentrated fruit and soft tannins. In this unique terroir, Sangiovese and Cabernet are able to fully express their own distinctive personalities and reflect the territory’s signature characteristics.

Decades of work have come together to give us some of the best interpretations of the Sangio Cab blend coming out of Tuscany.