Bob Parsons Alberta. wrote:When I think Cab Franc, I think Chinon! Here is a very good video.....>
Drink more Rougeard!
James Roscoe wrote:There ought to be a way to honor Rogov for a month without resorting to Israeli wines. Put your thinking caps on folks!!!!
ChaimShraga wrote:How well does Cab Franc go with ossobucco?
No. I learned a trick from a friend. The neck opening is much larger than a standard bottle, about an inch in diameter and requires a larger cork, about the same size as a Champagne cork. The trick is to insert a wood screw about 1/4 inch into the top, then compress the cork for several minutes in the corker. When the bottle is full, release the compression on the corker and insert the cork into the neck of the bottle and hold it in place with the screw until it expands, about a minute, and then remove the screw. I filled that bottle many years ago and opened it at my wife's 50th birthday party, so it will have to be a very special occasion.Victorwine wrote:...Does the Jeroboam bottle fit under your floor corker?
Robin Garr wrote:ChaimShraga wrote:How well does Cab Franc go with ossobucco?
Bianco or rosso? I think it would work with the red. With the white, especially with a lemony gremolata, maybe not so much.
Bob Parsons Alberta. wrote:David, take a look here, might help.
http://www.thewinedoctor.com/tastingspr ... guet.shtml
http://jimsloire.blogspot.com/p/work-in ... blanc.html