I Love German Wine And Food - A Pfaltz Scheurebe Spaetlese

You may know that I am a fan of fine Italian wine, and have managed to taste beef ragu serious eats review at least one wine from each of Italy's twenty regions, with a single exception. This column has examined several bargain Italian wines. Today we are going to look at a red wine from Apulia, also known as Puglia. This mostly flat region is second in Italian wine production to Sicily. Both regions have made major efforts to upgrade their wine quality; in general, Sicily has been more successful.

At the first sips the wine was absolutely delicious. What a combination of sweetness and acidity. Its first pairing was with beef ragu sauce ribs accompanied by sliced potatoes and a tomato, onion, lime, cilantro and green pepper salsa that was more spicy than I would have preferred. The wine was quite present when dealing with the fatty meat. It's sweetness was not a problem. Its dominant taste was grapefruit. It became more acidic with the potatoes. The lime in the wine joined the lime in the salsa, taming its spiciness. Dessert was orange-flavored fruit candy; it managed to mute the wine which also lost acidity. I was out of wine and there was still some candy left. But there was no way that I would waste the wine on this candy.



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I try to save money by buying in bulk. I often bring home large packages of meats and break them down into smaller sizes. The same for dry goods like flour and oatmeal. They both freeze well to keep for longer periods of time when sealed with the vacuum sealer. I seal my brown sugar to keep it from getting lumpy. I keep it in its original bag but then place it inside a beef ragu slow cooker food sealer bag.

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The third meal centered on boxed Baked Ziti Siciliano doused with grated Parmesan cheese. The drink's dominant taste was black plums. I got light acidity, but the tannins were almost absent. Fresh strawberries almost gutted this libation.

Final verdict. No way would I buy this wine again. And I have no intention of trying any such others with the exception mentioned above. Slowly but surely new wine sales are sliding. Why am I not surprised in the slightest?