Tag Archives: Barolo

Audrey Luk

Moroccan Carrot Salad

The bottle of 1996 Barbaresco called to me twice. The first time was when I bought it in Baltimore. The second was when I opened it for a special three-year-and-nine-day anniversary dinner – Brooklyn Beer Geek sure didn’t see that… [Read more...]

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Nicole Niebisch

I recently sat down with Pietro Ratti, winemaker of the historic Renato Ratti Estate in Italy’s Piedmont region to taste his 2004 Renato Ratti Rocche Marcenasco Barolo, and to talk about Barolo and his late father’s contributions to the region’s… [Read more...]

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Matthew Conway

big reds and steak

Beef and red wine have been paired together since cows were born or grapes first grew on the vine (whatever came first). Steak houses are the cathedral for this pairing. [Read more...]

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Sheri Sauter Morano

Since we are celebrating Columbus Day this week, it seemed like a perfect time to talk a little bit about Italian wines. For many people, discovering wine (and great food) is synonymous with Italy – my own love of wine… [Read more...]

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Steve Unwin

We’ve all heard it before: “This wine is corked.” “Well of course it is. How else would it stay in the bottle, right?” That, dear reader, is not what I’m talking about and you know it. In fact I think… [Read more...]

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