It’s a Good Pair Day-s!
I decided last month to re-do the GPD palate quiz to see what bottles they’d recommend me based on my tastes and this pretty little Rosé was one them.Continue reading
What I love about Rosé is that it can be made in such a diverse range of styles and from a wide range of grape varieties. Which means you can get sweet to bone-dry tipples, super pale peach to deep pink coloured wines and the flavours can be anything from earthy to fruity. It’s an exciting wine style!
This 2017 ‘Salento’ Rosé from Cantine de Falco is no exception. It hails from the ‘heel’ of Italy’s boot, aka Puglia and is made from the Negroamaro grape variety.Continue reading
Rosé and Netflix, it’s a pretty good combo if you ask me and it seemed to pair with Gotham very well 😉
This Menhir Salento Novementi Rosato comes from Salento in Italy. It’s made from the Negroamaro grape variety which is native to southern Italy (aka the ‘heel’ of Italy). Negro means black which makes sense as this variety tends to produce very deep red wines. Continue reading