Amarone and Blanc De Blancs done and dusted, lots of great wine and food had already. It’s now February, Dry January’s over, no excuses now to get stuck in!
It’s the letter C this fortnight, and we have our 6. A big thanks goes out to all those who got in touch.
Cabernet Franc – red grape, originally grown across Loire and Bordeaux, now all over the place, cooler climate partner of Cabernet Sauvignon
Chasselas – white grape, wine or table grape, often used for wine in Switzerland, Hungary, and Romania
Cahors – area, South of France, famous for making wines from the native Malbec grape
Catalonia – area, region of North East Spain, Barcelona as capital, could be reds, whites, or bubbles
Cava – sparkling wine, Spanish, made by the traditional method
Carménère – red grape, deep red wine, usually made in a fruity style, Chile’s famous export
Usual rules apply, one vote each, and voting closes on Sunday 8th February. Looking forward to it!!
Here’s the poll…
Get those votes in!!!