2 Australian wines you need to try
This pair of blends from the Chalmers Family Estate in Victoria, Australia, features complicated-yet-exciting blends of lesser-known grape varieties. The 2020 Montevecchio Bianco Italian Field Blend is 50% Vermentino with five other Italian varietals. Featuring fresh acidity, it’s ready for breakfast, lunch or watching TV. The crisp Rosso Italian Field Blend is 55% Aglianico, also with five others; it’s full of juicy, fruity flavors. Your toasted ravioli is waiting for this one.
Glenn Bardgett is wine director at Annie Gunn’s and a member of the Missouri Wine and Grape Board.
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