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Classic Wines from Borgo del Tiglio and Meroi

Meroi Vineyards Friuli Venezia Giulia

Reading Time: Nice white wines and a few amber wine producers. That was our impression of Friuli-Venezia Giulia before we visited the region. It turns out that both of our initial impressions are correct, but there’s more to Friuli than that. It’s a dynamic region with so many different styles of wines being made. Some…

Fine Serbian Wine On Belgrade’s Doorstep

Janko Winery Serbian Wine

Reading Time: We’ve spent three months of 2016-2017 in Serbia visiting wine producers and walking away thoroughly impressed (more articles on Serbian wine will be released soon). Over the course of three months, we traveled to the far corners of the country and with that sort of coverage—naturally—we felt confident about our knowledge of all…

Trendsetter: Jo Ahearne MW, Winemaker

Jo Ahearne

Reading Time: Jo Ahearne is an academically trained winemaker and a Master of Wine. She is currently producing Croatian wine under her namesake winery on the island of Hvar in South Dalmatia. In this interview, she sheds some light on the Croatian wine industry and what it’s like to make wine in Croatia.   JO…

Tercero The Climb 2010

exotic wine travel tasting notes and wine reviews

Reading Time: Welcome to As Drunk By Exotic Wine Travel, a new weekly column where we feature wines that are worthy of your attention. The wine reviews featured in this series may be written by either one or the both of us. The featured wines can be from obscure or more well-known wine regions. Sit back, grab…

Matalj Kremen Kamen: A Vertical Tasting

matalj vinarija kremen kamen

Reading Time: Recently, we were fortunate to take part in a rare vertical tasting of what is widely considered to be Serbia’s finest red wine. We were elated by the opportunity as it isn’t every day that one gets to taste all the vintages of this wine side by side. This wine isn’t a stranger…

Valle de Tintos Reserva 2013

exotic wine travel tasting notes and wine reviews

Reading Time: Welcome to As Drunk By Exotic Wine Travel, a new weekly column where we feature wines that are worth noting. The wine reviews featured in this series can be written by either one or the both of us. The featured wines can be from obscure or more well-known wine regions. Sit back, grab a glass,…

George Kassianos: The Godfather of Cypriot Wine

visit cyprus

Reading Time: George Kassianos is the president of the Cyprus Sommelier Association and the operations manager at Annabelle Hotel in Paphos, Cyprus. In February, together with Cyprus Tourism Organisation, Mr Kassianos put together a two-week long wine trip for us to research Cypriot wine and explore the culture of his motherland. In this interview, he shares with us…

Brewer-Clifton: Combining Expertise, Gravitas, and Nature

Reading Time: Check out our wine travel guide to Santa Barbara Wine Country.  When visiting the small town of Lompoc, California, the “wine ghetto” is probably the first thing that comes to a wine lover’s mind. Just do a google search for “Lompoc Wine” and you’ll see why and what dominates the first page of the…

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