“I thought you were writing about wine,” Jeff says. “Is that one of those new dog breeds?” No, husband, it’s another grape for the Wine Century Club! And I loved this one, although I don’t think I could have picked it out of a crowd of acidic, light-bodied, pale-yellow compatriots. Delicious it was, though — citric, sharp and
Mysteries abound. Usually when I have a wine in mind to go with a meal, I go to the assigned slot, find it’s missing, curse loudly and make a note to self: fire the inventory clerk. Oh wait, that’s me.
But this time, I knew which wine and exactly where it was–chilling in the downstairs fridge. Since discovering the Wine Century Club, I try new grapes as often as possible. I fell in love with Godello, a wonderful Spanish white grape a couple of months ago. This meal was destined for a 2011 Bodegas Rafael Palacios Valdeorras Sábrego.
The new spiralizer kitchen gadget, a Spirooli, came out of the box. I tried Garlic-Parmesan Zucchini Noodles and Spaghetti Pasta.
Dinner ready, I popped the cork and sat down to see if my combination worked. It did. Beautifully. Green apple