(#179) Exploring Italy: Red Wine From Sicily

I’m stoked to start a new series exploring the wines of Italy. Italy has so many random grape varieties that I am excited to discover together with you. On this episode we start with a great red blend from Sicily


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6 thoughts on “(#179) Exploring Italy: Red Wine From Sicily

  1. Shea

    For the same price you can get a vastly superior Cerasuolo di Vittoria from COS. COS is a naturalist producer but their wines are quite clean and have way more character than anything Planeta does. The BCLDB got it last year – look out for it.

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    1. Mike N Post author

      Thanks Shea! Super stoked to track it down. I definitely need to put some focus on Naturally produced wines on the show. Maybe I’ll include it in a coming episode.

      Cheers,

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