found at Yannitelli Wines, Cold Spring
We like Yannitelli wines and spirits for their eclectic offerings of well selected wines at good price points, value and premium.
From a region that produces mostly expensive Barolo wines comes an oddity that is a real value at $13.00. This delicious Pinot Noir is a fun everyday wine. Served with a delicious dinner we made a home.
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With weather like we are having today
my daydreams drift off to spring wine. One of our favorite regions for bright fun wines for spring is the “Sud-Oeust” a beautiful region is south west France.
Here is one you’ll love by environmentally conscious Domain Du Tariquet from the region called Côtes de Gascogne!
Diana was out for the evening at a meeting in New York City so I decided to make myself a nice dinner for one and try this wine.
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like this delightful Sauvignon Blanc from South Africa
are all we drink these days. Call it Organic, Bio-dynamic, Natural, what have you as long as they are made with due respect for our dear Mother Earth.
In the coming months we will be writing a lot about local Hudson Valley wines and sustainably produced wines from around the world.
For the wine we made local versions of some dishes from a recent Bon Appetite article Inside Shed, Sonoma County’s Charming General Store and Restaurant
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at The Pantry
and their Cortado is Diana’s favorite pour now, at the best place for coffee we have found in the area. From Spain, it’s like a macchiato, an espresso with a small cut of milk, at The Pantry on route 9 in Cold Spring.
We have enjoyed breakfast here many times and is one of our go-to places for craft beers. The sandwiches and salads, as well as fresh squeezed juices are terrific. And there’s more.
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