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Wednesday, September 18, 2019

#WINOPHILES VISIT CORSICA IN SEPTEMBER: PREVIEW

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This month, September, the French Winophiles continue their love for French wines and wine regions with a focus on Corsica. That small oval-ish green highlighted island in the map above, that sidles up to Italy more than France. Corsica does what any island in the Mediterranean would do: offers locals and visitors beach life, immense history dating to the Mesolithic era, excellent SCUBA diving, snorkeling, and sailing, rugged terrain for hiking and other outdoor adventures, and of course, food and wine! Corsican food and wine have distinct Italian influences, but it took the French government and its proclivity to organise and categorise pretty much anything, to get the wine regions of Corsica organised into 9 AOCs starting in 1968.

You don't have to believe me about Corsican wine being a real thing, just have a look below at what the other #Winophiles are saying about it on their blogs and during our Twitter chat on 21 September at 8 AM PST. To join the Twitter chat, search for the hashtag #winophiles and jump in!
  • Camilla of Culinary Adventures with Camilla shares "Friday Night Pizzas + Domaine Poli Niellucciu Rosé 2018"
  • Cathie from Side Hustle Wino shares "Wines from Corsica? Of "Corse"  (#winophiles)"
  • Robin of Crushed Grape Chronicles shares "Corsica – An Island and it’s wines #Winophiles"
  • Martin from Enofylz Wine Blog shares "Mixiote de Pescado Paired with Domaine Petroni Corse Rosé"
  • Linda at My Full Wine Glass shares "Spaghetti and meatballs for a Corsican wine (#Winophiles)"
  • Gwen from Wine Predator shares "Corsica Rose with Salmon Crespelle and Currant Clafoutis #Winophiles"
  • Payal at Keep the Peas shares "Corsica: The Maquis, The Mountains, The Sea (#winophiles)"
  • Wendy from A Day in the Life on the Farm shares "Corsica; French with a lot of Italian Influence"
  • Cindy from Grape Experiences shares "Drench Yourself in the Sunshine of Corsica with Domaine Petroni Rosé Corse 2018 and Provençal Vegetable Gratin"
  • Nicole at Nibbling Gypsy shares "Corsican Happiness: Domaine Giacometti Sempre Cuntentu Sciaccarellu with a Flavorful Seafood Stew"

4 comments:

  1. And oh yes delicious it is!! Are you ready for "Corsica Rose with Salmon Crespelle and Currant Clafoutis #Winophiles??"

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  2. Thanks so much Vora for hosting and choosing this Island. I had no knowledge that it was even on the map for wines let alone such lovely wines.

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