Tuscan Farro Salad to Accompany Brunello di Montalcino

Tuscan Farro Salad to Accompany Brunello di Montalcino

We love to eat vegetarian in the summer months but often vegetables are not well suited to our wines as they are often dressed with vinegar or lemons, both things that can kill a good wine experience! This recipe is a twist on the classic recipe which is usually...
Terralsole Organic Certification in 2018

Terralsole Organic Certification in 2018

At Terralsole, we occasionally host interns and exceptional people in the business looking for experience in a working winery.  In 2017, we were lucky to have Jacqueline Ouellet stay with us and the following article is the result of her interview with Athena Tergis...
MONTALCINO – Unique in the Wine World

MONTALCINO – Unique in the Wine World

Ever wonder why Montalcino’s wines are world famous and why Sangiovese that’s grown here is unlike any where else? Kerin O’Keefe, in her book Brunello di Montalcino, observes that: “Montalcino’s growing zone boasts one of the most complex and varied soil profiles in...
Terralsole attending Benvenuto Brunello 2018

Terralsole attending Benvenuto Brunello 2018

We are so excited to be returning to Benvenuto Brunello this year. This is a great opportunity for Terralsole to connect with our partners and fellow colleagues in the wine industry. We will also be featuring a sneak preview of the 2012 and 2013 Riserva. Purchase...
Terralsole 2017 Harvest Report

Terralsole 2017 Harvest Report

2017 was the hottest non-El Niño year on record worldwide.  An unusually dry winter and spring and almost no rain all summer made for an extremely challenging growing season. Careful canopy management and vigilant green-harvests early in the season produced a small,...

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