Birds are coming from the south. Nature got a wake up call. Spring is here.
For lunch we tried red wine Cabernet Sauvignon from city of Medana in Goriska Brda, Belica in west Slovenia, Europe. Year 2008. As we all know Cabernet Sauvignon comes from the Bordeaux region and is now one of the most cultivated red wine in the world, including in Brda is common. The wine is ruby red in color, richer alcohol, having the characteristic aroma of blueberries and strawberries. This wine was harvested exclusively by hand. Age of vines is 10-35 years. Climate is mediterranean, a blend of warm sea air and the influence of cold winds from the Alps. Best served at room temperature 16-18°C. Alc: 12,5%. This Cabernet Sauvignon is recommended with pork or roast beef or mature cheeses. Cheers.
This Ruby Cabernet is a smooth Californian red wine with a delicate bouquete od wild berries. It is an excellent accompaniment to game, roasted meat and hard cheeses. Serving temperature is 16°-18°C. I love this wine with a nice fruity fresh taste and not so strong smell. Alc:13,5%. Cheers
I passed one certification today. So as winners do, we toasted with the best drink in the house. Laphroaig quarter cask from the remote island of Isley in the Western Isles of Scotland. It’s single malt non-chill filtered. Double cask matured, first in oak barrels, then for final period in specially commissioned Quarter Casks, as used 2 centuries ago, the result is a soft velvety sweetness. Alc:48%. Cheers.