Posts tagged: Malvasia Bianca

A Sculpted White Gem, Only 2 Barrels produced

Arbe Garbe (pron. Arbay Garbay), literally “bad weeds”, is what they call the cover crops on the Friulian Colli Orientali (“eastern hills”). It’s the mid-nineties, same scenery; two philosophy students are paying for tuition by picking grapes in the Jermann vineyards. Long hours of hard work and dream-sharing, they find one too many ideas in […]

Monday June 15th, 2020 in , , , , , , | Comments Off on A Sculpted White Gem, Only 2 Barrels produced

What is a “crisp” wine?

You’ve probably heard the word “crisp” uttered by the puckered lips of one of your wino friends, but what actually is a crisp wine and what makes it crisp in the first place? Let us demystify this often-used, confusing term. The word “crisp” is exclusively used to describe white wines and is a reference to […]

Thursday October 20th, 2016 in , , , , | Comments Off on What is a “crisp” wine?