Jan-Henrik Opsahl

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Limited to the foothills of the Southern and Western Alps, the Friuliano is extreme local, particularly if compared to its closest cousin, the Sauvignon Blanc.

The Friulano grape gets its name from region Friuli, in the Northern Italy. Limited to the foothills of the Southern …

The Malbec grape is used to produce medium to full-bodied, dry red wine with good acidity and higher tannins and alcohol levels. The grapes tend to have dark, inky purple color profiles and ripe fruit flavors of cherry, plum and blackberry, which give to Malbec wines a decidedly jammy character.

The grape variety called Grenache is one of the most widely planted red wine grapes in the world. It is probably originated from Spain, where is widely diffused. Today can be found mainly – but not only - in the south of France, California and Australia

Great info on Shiraz / Syrah

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Riesling is my 2nd favorite white wine. I especially love Washington rieslings. It's a good beginner wine and an easy drinker. It's also one of the only sweet wines I enjoy.

Riesling is my favorite white wine. I especially love Washington rieslings. It's a good beginner wine and an easy drinker. It's also one of the only sweet wines I enjoy.

The Malbec grape is used to produce medium to full-bodied, dry red wine with good acidity and higher tannins and alcohol levels. The grapes tend to have dark, inky purple color profiles and ripe fruit flavors of cherry, plum and blackberry, which give to Malbec wines a decidedly jammy character.

Originally from the Bordeaux region of France, the Malbec grape is now diffused in Argentina, Chile, South Africa and Australia.

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