• August 2021 Daily White Wine Club

    When there is heat...people drink white wines.  If you're like me, you tend to drink more white wines in the fall and winter months as I like more soups and lighter fish dishes but I've also been known to crack open a bottle of white in the summer as well.  I mean let's face it...sometimes an ice cold bottle of wine taste great after mowing the lawn.  Refreshing like an ice cold Corona.  Here's what you'll be getting this month boys and girls.
    2018 Latium Soave - In 1992 the Morini family bought an historic farmhouse in the Veneto that dated back to the early 1900s. Inspired by the quality of the wines produced by their neighbor, Romano del Forno, the seven brothers and cousins decided not to sell their grapes to the local coop but to produce their own wines instead. Since their first vintage in 2004, the rave reviews they have won would strongly suggest they made the right decision. The Soave is an 80/20 blend of Garganega and Trebbiano di Soave; it has a creamy palate that is full of white peach, passion fruit, hay and a note of crunchy dill while fresh acidity brightens the finish.
    2019 Branciforti Chardonnay - From the rows of the estate of Gelso Grande, after a soft pressing of the grapes best, comes a wine that can give hints refined and graceful elegance. Dedicated to the most demanding wine lovers Chardonnay Branciforti of Bordonaro, you grant to the nose with a bouquet of delicate intensity that declines happily towards fruity with hints of apricot and revalence of yellow peach. Perfect companion for a dinner by candlelight, with a preference for matching overture of crustaceans and fish main dishes of the Mediterranean.
    Straw yellow color with greenish tints; The most internationally well-known and appreciated white grape. A generous wine with an elegant and refined bouquet, expressing on the palate delicate and harmonic hints of exotic fruits that exalt its pleasantness.
    2017 Scacciadiavoli Grechetto Montefalco -  The wine shows a pale straw color. Apple, pear, grapefruit, lemon and slate all arrived on the crisp nose. Apple, pithy lemon, grapefruit, peach and slate followed on a palate brimming with ripe apple. The wine exhibits great acidity and balance, along with good structure and length. This wine would be an ideal aperitivo on a warm afternoon and would pair nicely with steamed mussels.  Personally....I've had it with everything from a bowl of Cheez-It's to a Totino's pizza that cost around $4!  This is the daily white you al have been looking for!
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