Hey! I'm very pleased to tell you that I'm guest blogging at Natalie MacLean these days. I'll be writing - for as long as she'll have me - on grapes and wine regions that are not so well known. Follow the link and find my latest piece on Arneis.
And hey! I'm still on the Kacaba wine train; one good turn deserves another.
I think I am more partial to the Gypsy White, but the red was light, refreshing, and fruity. I decided to drink it lightly chilled. The crisp profile of the wine would be good with charcuterie on a sunny, summer afternoon. You know, one of those days that are in our very near future?
And then, my friend Kate poured me a little of this oaked Chardonnay. It has a bit of a buttery, caramel, apple pie thing going on. Really delicious and good with the roasted veggies and the bacon snacks.