Let’s start our journey by the Atlantic Ocean, in Galicia the Granite & salt give birth to the most amazing “Albarino” from Rodri Mendes. Then in land to the Iberic peninsula, Janire at Moraza is surprising us with a Rioja from white grapes who spent a few days on skin to offer a light and delicate wine. Burgundy is pretty cold & dark in winter but spring comes early and Fanny Sabre’s Bourgogne blanc is a great reflection of nature’s awaking. Not far away the Gamay’s juicy & fruity Morgon from Anthony awaits dangerously! Time to head south where warmer horizons reveal all the dark fruits & black olives aromas of the Syrah in Crozes-Hermitage, rest assure David knows how to handle the fine balance between power & freshness. Finally we meet Stefano at Di Fermo, his Montepulciano grapes set between the Adriatic sea & the Apennines mountains produce the famous Cerasuolo “Light red or dark rose?”, it no longer matters once you feel the energy, fruit, salty character of Abruzzo.