Red wine with salmon- it really matched!
Pinot Gris - Black Cottage 2016 Marlborough As I was leaving Majestic in December this £9.99 bottle of wine caught my eye and I went back to purchase it before leaving. Although Pinot Gris and Pinot Grigio are made from the same grape, Pinot Gris is a better partner for food. For me, the nose is all pear. I couldn't... Continue Reading →
Ribella Gialla from Slovenia is a dry white wine for strong flavoured food made from the grape Ribolla which was originally grown in Italy. When grown in Slovenia it is known as Rebula. As an aperitif, it wasn't very appealing, even though it had a slight fizz in the glass. I drank it with fried sea bass, onion... Continue Reading →