“Red grapes in the cuvée offer fruit and flesh and deliciousness…”
“Fine, clean lines and an acid-etched tracery of flowers and minerals and fruit.”
“A demure dessert Moscato with a breezy, fresh-air spirit.”
A glimpse of the buzzing, thriving, chaotic vitality of Parés Baltà, and of the family who makes the wines.
The final article in this glittery series considers sparkling wines with a high interestingness quotient.
Refreshing, cleansing, spirited, restorative—sparkling wines that don’t insist on themselves. The third article in the series.
The second article in the series considers Elegant sparkling wines. Who can resist?
Elegant, opulent, refreshing, or interesting—sparkling wines teach your palate how to rejoice.
Emmanuel Lassaigne’s old-school winemaking yields Champagnes of crystalline transparency.
Rosé wines are meant for summer, yes. Also: fall, winter, and spring.
A chance encounter with an older non-vintage sparkler led to Lesson Number Three.
After my second or third sip, the wine started to work on me—What is this wine about?