Sunday, May 26, 2019

Julia Coney

Julia Coney
Julia Coney is a Washington, D.C.-based wine, travel, food, and lifestyle journalist. She has written for Wine Enthusiast and Tasting Table among other publications. She is passionate about wine as a lifestyle, travel, interesting people, books and finding the elusive story of wine in her glass. She has judged wine competitions globally and has written at for over 10 years. You can find her living life to the fullest on all social media @JuliaConey, but her favorite platform is Instagram.
In celebrating family, I open a bottle of Moscato d’Asti, and celebrate family. I may no longer run marathons, but the supper rituals never get old.
Why not spend that time learning about the region of Moscato d’Asti and its wine. It is a wine that works for all seasons and for celebrating big and small occasions.
The belief that Moscato d’Asti doesn’t have depth and character is wrong. Moscato d’Asti can be paired with many food dishes outside of dessert
Moscato has a distinct mouth feel and caresses the palette to show its full expression when paired. Moscato is liquid texture

Simple Luxuries

Moscato d’Asti can be considered a simple luxury. A wine that shows depth and character and wide range of interpretations depending on the vintage, the winemaker, and the vines.
Moscato d’Asti can be attributed to summer when dining al fresco is common, but fall is still time to soak up being outside and enjoying a glassIn the Northern hemisphere the weather is slowly turning cool. The sun is setting earlier and the mornings are beginning to get that...
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Italian Elegance

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