Wine Enthusiast Magazine

TAKE CARE

he best terroir doesn’t mean a thing without the workers who tend to the vineyards. Similarly, the most environmentally sound practices don’t add up to much if issues like clean water are ignored close

Stai leggendo un'anteprima, registrati per continuare a leggere.

Altro da Wine Enthusiast Magazine

Wine Enthusiast Magazine2 min letti
Chardonnay With A View
It’s almost a shame that the wines of Champagne are so stunning, we often neglect to talk about the place itself. The chalky, white-soiled Côte des Blancs is planted primarily to some of the most sought-after Chardonnay in the world. That its gently
Wine Enthusiast Magazine6 min letti
Oregon
96 Dion 2018 Old Vines Pinot Noir (Chehalem Mountains). The old vines—Pommard clone, own-rooted, and planted in 1976—offer a rare peek into Oregon’s winemaking past. The subtle layering, depth and detail of this wine are impressive, as is the sheer p
Wine Enthusiast Magazine2 min lettiCookbooks, Food, & Wine
Pairology: What About Walnuts?
Ancient Greeks and Romans alike valued walnuts highly. The latter attributed the nut’s trees to Jupiter, the king of Roman gods, which gave rise to the common walnut’s scientific name, Juglans regia, translating roughly to “royal nut of Jupiter.” Now