Prosecco is not just the affordable cousin of champagne. It has its own fresh aromas of pear, green apple and melon, and a nice sweetness that makes it a popular sparkling wine! Try these Italian bubbles with cured meats like prosciutto or with some Asian dishes like Thai noodles and sushi. You shall not be disappointed!
Today is a beautiful day. The sun is out, you are lying on your terrace while reading your latest book... Life seems to be perfect but something is missing. Guess what?
Central Otago, near the bottom of New Zealand's South Island, is the world's most southerly wine region. Pinot Noir has proven itself in this challenging terroir, and takes up nearly three-quarters of the region's vineyard area. The typical Central Otago Pinot Noir is intense and deeply colored, with flavors of Doris plum, sweet spice and bramble that complements a range of savoury dishes. Its Pinot Noir is stronger spice and gamey-meaty aromas along with loads of fruit. Try it alongside game birds such as quail, turkey, and duck; with a fillet of New Zealand salmon; or equally with pork, veal, lamb or venison.