It has been such a fall from this
Being reduced to chops for Orthodox Easter dinner, from the entire lamb! Mind You: I only had to cook for two, not 100!
For this, we saved a wine specially chosen by the Goddess. It was a gift to us from friends.
The first wine made by family-owned CVNE (founded in 1879) was named after the winery’s initials, but a mistake – the ‘V’ was written as a ‘U’ – led to the creation of the Cune label.
A Tempranillo blend Blend: 85% Tempranillo, 15% Garnacha, Graciano, Mazuelo. Aged in Oak.
This is a great wine for food. Silky and smooth, but you certainly pay attention to the flavours between bites of dinner. It’s not complex, but it just blends in and is VERY enjoyable.
Thank you Ladies!