In this episode, Shelley & Phil taste through three delicious white wines that are not only great for Summer sipping but are also off the beaten path of typical white wines that people drink. They start off with an Albariño, move to a White Rioja (mostly Chardonnay) and finish up with a sensational Picpoul De Pinet. All are available in one way shape or form. Here we go! #HappyFriday! #ItsWineTime! #Cheersing
Wines tasted this episode:
For more information on the Campillo El Sueño White Rioja please visit https://www.winemag.com/buying-guide/campillo-2018-el-sueno-white-rioja/For more information on the Elsom Cellars Albariño please visit https://elsomcellars.orderport.net/product-details/0279/2020-Albarino
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Wine Time Fridays Wine Word of the Week – Punt The indentation found in the base of a wine bottle. Punt depth is often thought to be related to wine quality, with better quality wines having a deeper punt.
Other wines we enjoyed this week: J Lohr Chardonnay, Domaine De L’Agly Les Cimes, Elouan Pinot Noir and Tangly Oaks Chardonnay
Mentions: Jody Elsom, Rebecca Weber, Blazen Divaz, Trevor Treller, Culinary Stone, Brian LaFaille, Gary Vaynerchuck, Sarah and Russell Mann, Mark Cooke and Debbie Draeger, Matt and Brenda, Castaway Cellars, Tod Hornby, Cadence Winery, The Dinner Party, Possibilities, The Cork & Tap, The Wine House, Sam Doyle, Wine Library, Jim Wiskerchen, Marla and Carlos Lopez and Blake.
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