Few things go better with classical music than fine wine

Here are some locally available (and affordable) wines that should pair beautifully with Vivaldi’s Four Seasons. …


SPRING: Villiera Jasmine ‘Fragrant White’ – Stellenbosch, South Africa — A floral, slightly spicy white wine which is fresh, light and slightly sweet but complex enough to drink with food (fusion and spicier dishes).  Made from a unique blend of 18% Moscato, 52% Gewurztraminer, 30% Riesling.


SUMMER: Zorgvliet SilverMYn Cabernet Franc Rosé, Stellenbosch, South Africa — Salmon pink in color.  The aroma is a complex mixture of fresh red fruit.  The wine is crisp on the entry but rounded in the mid-palate with an explosion of red berry flavors on the finish.  A delicate and dry rose to accompany you on hot summer days.


FALL: Walnut City Wineworks Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley — This classic Oregon Pinot Noir incorporates dark cherry, wild raspberry and a cranberry-like fruit balanced with ample acidity.  Trace notes of deep mocha build on the mid palate.


WINTER: Rolling Plains Cabernet Sauvignon, Alexander Valley — Medium-bodied, soft and supple, this is an easy-drinking and approachable wine, lengthy in chocolate, raspberry and red currant.


2 thoughts on “Few things go better with classical music than fine wine

  1. erotik izle

    If you want to use the photo it would also be good to check with the artist beforehand in case it is subject to copyright. Best wishes. Aaren Reggis Sela

    • Liz Monaco Post author

      I believed it was free use. I have removed the photo. It was an honest error.

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