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Tag Archives: Muscat

A Nice Afternoon Aperitif

Wishing for a late afternoon aperitif, I selected a white Muscat from Degrassi. Degrassi Winery is in the Istria region of Croatia in a village called Savudrija. We visited the winery last spring, and enjoyed the Muscat. The Degrassi winery magically combines the old with the new. The wonderful tasting room offers wine produced with […]

A Wine’s Pleasant Surprise

An interesting note about wine is that often one can be pleasantly surprised. In July we bottled the Muscat that Kathy and I made from juice sourced from Lodi. At the time of bottling we were not very enthused about the wine. A month later and we were disappointed in the wine. The aroma was […]

An Easy Summertime Mimosa Recipe

Have you seen the summer edition of the Wine Trail Traveler Quarterly? It is available as a PDF at http://www.winetrailtraveler.com/newsletter/magsummer10.pdf. Beside the four recipes that are usually included in the Quarterly editions, Erin Sullivan’s article, “Chill Out in the Summer Heat,” includes directions for making Summertime Mimosa. According to Erin, “This is perfect for summer.” […]

Wine and Appetizers

Last night we enjoyed a Symphony 2008 wine with appetizers that included thin sliced salmon and creamy cream cheese with chives on slices of French bread. The other appetizer was Brie baked in crescent roll dough drizzled with honey and topped with crushed walnuts. Yum! Symphony is a white wine grape that has been available […]

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