Wine is bottled poetry’ ~Robert Louis Stevenson

Much has been written about the juice of the grape called ‘wine’. Here at Gastronomer we have one simple rule. Drink what you like.

Yes, the color, bouquet and flavor profile are all important to appreciating wine. However at the end of the day you must enjoy what you are drinking.

Wine should be sipped. Let it rest on the tongue for a moment. Inhale the aroma even hold the glass up to the light to view the delicate color.

Most importantly enjoy my fellowGastronomer just allow yourself to enjoy the journey!


Aramon grape is a black skinned grape native to the Languedoc-Roussillon region located in the Southern part of France.  The grape is often used to make inexpensive table wine or...

Semone Noel

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Ribolla Gialla

The Ribolla Gialla grape is traditionally harvested in Friuli Venezia Giulia region.  The history of the grape dates back to the 1200s.  Some Ribolla’s are made with plenty of skin...

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