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Friday, June 17, 2011
Friday June 17th ...Wine Time, Jimmy Tingle, Urban Cartel and Carol Lee Campbell
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Urban Cartel is live in studio to continue our music Summer Series.
They are great check out Teddy, Seph Ade, AJ, Andy and Bryan.
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Broadminded with Chiefwino, Andrew Stover
Sommelier from OYA Restaurant, www.oyadc.com,
SEI Restaurant, www.seirestaurant.com
and the NEW SAX Restaurant & Lounge, www.saxwdc.com.
Founder of Vino50 Selections, www.vino50.com and Chiefwino wine blog, www.chiefwino.com
Summer Sips—Gimme the Acid!
When the heat cranks up, it’s time to cool off with a glass of refreshing white wine. My preference is to turn to high acid whites from cooler grape growing regions of the world. These higher acid wines offer more “refreshment” than flabby, high alcohol wines from warmer growing regions, like California.
Crisp Spanish Whites—from Catalonia and the Basque Region
I love wines from Spain and some of the most exciting whites are produced in the Catalonia Region near Barcelona and the Basque Region of Northwest Spain.
Taste: Blanc Pescador, Emporada, Spain
Blend of the grapes used in Sparkling Cava; Parellada, Macabeo and Xarel-lo.
Wines from the Finger Lakes, New York
The Finger Lakes of New York have the perfect climate for high acid white wines. Among the best are dry Rieslings and dry Vidal Blanc wines. The SHINDIG White is a special wine because I work to create the final blend with winemaker Alie Shaper from Brooklyn Oenology. It may be selfish to say, but the idea behind the wine is something I would like to drink on a hot summer day.
Taste: SHINDIG White, Finger Lakes, New York
Blend of 90% Vidal Blanc and 10% Riesling)
Taste: Brooklyn Oenology Cabernet Franc Rose, Finger Lakes, New York
Groooovy Gruner Veltliner from Austria
Gruner Veltliner or Gruner is the main white grape grown in Austria and produces wines that some compare to Pinot Grigio. The hallmark difference is that Gruner has a spicy white pepper thing going on that I really enjoy. Gruner usually has more depth of flavor than inexpensive Pinot Grigio from Italy.
Taste: Love Over Money Gruner Veltliner, Austria
Whites from Alto Adige region of Italy
The Alto Adige region of Northern Italy used to be part of Austria before World War I and many of the wines have German names or are made with German grapes, like Riesling or Muller Thurgau. Because of its higher elevation and mountainous terrain, the grapes grown here tend to retain a good deal of natural acidity which leads to refreshing summer sippers.
Taste: Kellerei Kaltern Pinot Grigio, Alto Adige Italy