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Today's Wine Tasting Note

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I've been away from home for a couple of weeks now, and while enjoying our Florida business-and-pleasure trip immensely, haven't really been in a wine-tasting situation since meeting up with Tim Baker and Judy Stark in St. Pete last weekend. So it was kind of a treat to make it to Giuseppe's, a nice little Sicilian place in North Palm Beach, with my wife and mom tonight. It's one of our favorites for good home-cooked 'talian food and a short but decent wine list with pricing that's just a skosh above retail.

With pollo alla zingara, grilled pork chops, fettuccine alfredo and a grilled portabello and eggplant Siciliana, we enjoyed ...

Villadoria 1995 Dolcetto d'Alba ($15/restaurant)
Clear, bright reddish-purple, with a pleasant floral scent of violets. Ripe and juicy fruit flavor over lemon-squirt acidity; so much fruit that it almost seems sweet, but with the help of the zingy acid, it finishes dry, crisp and long. I really love Dolcetto! Importer: Opici Imports Inc., Hawthorne, N.J.

All my wine-tasting reports are consumer-oriented. In order to maintain objectivity and avoid conflicts of interest, I purchase all the wines I rate at my own expense in retail stores.

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