By Timothy S.
Wine is made from grapes of many different varieties, some of which are grown specifically in one region for single varietal blends. I will be talking about some wines that are specific to their regions and what makes them unique.
This is one of the few grapes that make a red wine lighter in colour than Pinot Noir. It has low to medium tannins, very fruity notes and is light-bodied. It can be served lightly chilled, which can be especially refreshing for the summer. Check out our exclusive Beaujolais from Doudet Naudin!
This grape is best described as “all-rounded” for its versatility in notes. It can be found in three different Spanish regions with their own production restrictions. Miguel Angel de Gregorio pushes the boundaries of a Rioja Tempranillo with La Locomotora, offering the entire range of aged varieties for Tempranillo.
這種葡萄因其多功能性而被人形容為“全方位”。佢可以喺三個不同嘅西班牙地區搵到，有自己嘅生產限制。Miguel Angel de Gregorio和La Locomotora突破破Rioja Tempranillo嘅界限，為提供咗Tempranillo所有陳年品種。
A grape that is almost exclusively made into Prosecco. Although originally from Slovenia, Italy is where most glera wines come from. The wines from this grape are usually more floral, acidic and delicate than champagne with notes of pear, elderflower and white peach. Our exclusive brand Val D’OCa has a wide range of Prosecco for you to discover.
Go ahead and try them out if you haven’t already! There is an ocean of unique wines out there waiting to be explored, but these three are a great start.