It’s a simple truth: most of us purchase wine based on our instant reaction to the wine label. “The wine label really only has about 1.5 seconds to make an impact,” notes John Lawlor, co-founder of Real Picture Research, a visual engagement research company. Lawlor and fellow co-founder, Don White, spend [...]
Aromatic, crisp, fruity and stylish, are all descriptions that can be applied to wines made from Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay and also to those from Alsace. This is a rather forgotten region that is the source of lovely wines in the north east of France and often thought of as only the home of Gewurztraminers.
I have two bottles of wine in front of me. Both are chardonnay from the Yarra Valley 2013 vintage, and made in exactly the same way in the same winery, Oakridge. But they don’t taste the same. One is subtle and subdued; the other is fragrant and tangy.
Drink again. As Stephen Brook found on a recent trip to Friuli, there is a nucleus of winemakers crafting Pinot Grigios on the slopes of Friuli with more poise and persistence than its bland alter-ego ever had
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