Richard Allen

Richard started working in the food and wine industry over 25 years ago. Over the years he has seen and done it all. He's had the opportunity and privilege to work with some of the finest chefs and sommeliers. After a successful career, he's decided to share his passion and devotion for wine through his blog.

Zonin Prosecco Review (2021)

Zonin Prosecco Featured

What Kind of Wine Is Zonin Prosecco? Traditionally from Veneto in North-Eastern Italy, Prosecco is named after a small village near Trieste. It is fermented almost solely from a grape called Glera. Proseccos are non-vintage and do not come with a year of production on the label. And they are versatile, pairing well with everything. …

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Fetzer Riesling Review (2021)

Fetzer Riesling Featured

What Kind of Wine Is Fetzer Riesling? Fetzer Riesling is a creamy California white wine. Bright floral and fresh pear aromas define the nose, while a sprinkle of sweetness emerges just before flavors of tropical and citrus appear. Amidst those, a lively acidity drives to an apple and stone fruit finish, pleasing wine enthusiasts. California …

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Mamamango Moscato Review (2021)

Mamamango Moscato Featured

What Kind of Wine Is Mamamango Moscato? Ironically, the ancient Moscato wine grapes that were being cultivated by the Persians and Egyptians in about 3000 BC are of the same variety that is used to make the trendy Mamamango Moscato. Roman and Greek writers such as Pliny the Elder and Columella wrote about wines that …

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