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Old 02-13-2019, 11:11 AM   #21
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My favorite Reisling is a Piesporter Goldtropfchen, although it's not necessarily sweet.

If you want a sweet wine that you can drink a lot of, go with a simple rose.I know a lot of people turn their noses up at cheap roses, but they work so well with so many savory or spicy foods, and I try to enjoy my time rather than impress anyone.

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Old 02-13-2019, 01:17 PM   #22
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Here we have not only Moscato, but also Moscato Passito, a deliciouse drink made from moscato grapes, aged for three - four years. We live in Barolo land where they are aged red wines cellared for four - five or six years, even more before they are sold. We are right in the middle of all the local vinyerds, and when we need to top with quality wines they are round us for miles and miles, so we have the choice of prestige wines, which we buy post immediately after harvest, fermentation, and ageing, where we have a proper wine cellar where we can age the wines slowly and properly until the time comes to serve them. We have a full cellar from which we select the best wines that are ready to drink on any occasion.

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