Ronchi di Cialla

Colli Orientali del Friuli Schioppettino di Cialla

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Colli Orientali Del Friuli, Udine, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy
Schioppettino
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Magnus Mosén

Ett sympatiskt vin. Gräsigt, lite läder, barrskog, salmiak och röda bär. Stram, och spetsigt rejäl i gomen. Något spritig och örtig.

Ett sympatiskt vin. Gräsigt, lite läder, barrskog, salmiak och röda bär. Stram, och spetsigt rejäl i gomen. Något spritig och örtig.

Feb 2nd, 2019
James Forsyth

Asta is a trendy neighborhood restaurant in Boston's Back Bay. The menu is simple insofar as you choose from five or eight courses. We opted for five. The first course was a warming cheddar and beer soup. A ginger squid and foam dish was unusual and tasty in equal measure. Then came a sweet potato with an apple cider vinegar sauce. The apex was slow cooked beef that looked like it had been done sous-vide. Something called Interstellar was a bonus course - a parsnip purée with cocoa and popping rocks - a dish for the New Year. The treacle pudding was rich, comforting and delicious.
We opted against the wine pairings, instead ordering this Schioppettino from Friuli. Apparently this winery rescued the varietal and champions it. Not sure if this is true... it is light bodied but has earthy characteristics. Like a cross between Gamay and Syrah. Quite tasty and high acidity, which helped when pairing with a curious selection of dishes.

Asta is a trendy neighborhood restaurant in Boston's Back Bay. The menu is simple insofar as you choose from five or eight courses. We opted for five. The first course was a warming cheddar and beer soup. A ginger squid and foam dish was unusual and tasty in equal measure. Then came a sweet potato with an apple cider vinegar sauce. The apex was slow cooked beef that looked like it had been done sous-vide. Something called Interstellar was a bonus course - a parsnip purée with cocoa and popping rocks - a dish for the New Year. The treacle pudding was rich, comforting and delicious.
We opted against the wine pairings, instead ordering this Schioppettino from Friuli. Apparently this winery rescued the varietal and champions it. Not sure if this is true... it is light bodied but has earthy characteristics. Like a cross between Gamay and Syrah. Quite tasty and high acidity, which helped when pairing with a curious selection of dishes.

Dec 31st, 2017
Moritz

Love

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Oct 11th, 2017
Daniel Hallberg

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Jun 22nd, 2019
Alexander Robart

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Mar 25th, 2019
Jens Ericsson

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Oct 2nd, 2017