The Prairie Wino
Let’s come together to experience wine in all it’s fruity, oaky, toasty splender. Hopefully through this journey we will learn about wine and gain a fuller appreciation for it, whether it is red, white, rose and/or my personal favourite, bubbly. There is a wine out there for everyone, so let’s find your inner wino!
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I may have French blood running through my veins, but my French pronunciations are pretty horrific, so every time I say the word viognier it comes out slightly different. But according to google it is pronounced vee·aa·nyei. So now that we
The thick black skin on the Cabernet Sauvignon grape packs a punch, with deep colours, lots of tannins and scrumptious aromas in the resulting wines. Cab Sav grapes do best in moderate to hot climates with dryer soils (they don’t like
Rieslings the lone wolf of wine. It like the Pinot Noir isn’t often blended and Rieslings don’t often see oak so what you taste is the grape itself and the subtleties of the terrior (climate, soil, aspect, slope, etc.). An expressive