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Will 2018 be the year rosé gets serious? Why it’s time to rethink pink.

9 January 2018 by in Classic Wine Library, Wine and spirits

Rosé wine suffers from an image problem. For many years it has been thought of in wine-appreciation circles as the poor relation of its seemingly more complex and refined red and white cousins. The perception amongst consumers tends to be that rosé is a fun, easy-going wine, perhaps more suited to novice wine drinkers than those who appreciate fine wine. (Read more)

All things appassimento

21 December 2017 by in Classic Wine Library, Wine and spirits

By Michael Garner, author of Amarone and the fine wines of Verona

The history of producing wine via what the Veronesi refer to as the appassimento process (drying the fruit for several months prior to vinification) dates back to Roman times. Until as recently as the Second World War however, that wine was known as Recioto della Valpolicella (or Soave) and invariably sweet! (Read more)

Ageworthy and aspirational Veronese wines

15 December 2017 by in Classic Wine Library, Wine and spirits

By Michael Garner, author of Amarone and the fine wines of Verona

At the height of their popularity in the 1970s and 1980s, Soave and Valpolicella were viewed as simply cheap and cheerful wines, a reputation founded on widely available ‘generic’ examples bought and sold on price alone and produced by the cooperatives and larger negoziante houses that dominated production at the time. (Read more)