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Almost all regions in the world have wineries that produce certain grape varieties, including Chile and South Africa.

But the types of wine that are most sought after are those from Italy, France, and Spain.

“Even in one country, wine has different characteristics both taste, aroma, alcohol level, and color,” said wine expert from the Italian Winery Campo Alla Sughera, Felice Tirabasso, to Kompas Female, in a wine tasting event in the Wine area and Cheese Expo, Mal Kelapa Gading, Jakarta, some time ago.

Italy has a variety of types of wines with their respective characteristics, according to the location of the wine-growing. Felice revealed, the grape growing land as well as how to ferment wine carried out in certain locations in Italy also gives a different taste sensation. For example, in Tuscany, which is one of the most famous centers for growing red grapes, the taste of wine is different from that of Florence (Florence) or Sicily.

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Most Italians prefer a wine that tastes a little sour and bitter, with a strong aroma. Not surprisingly, most Italian wines have a slightly strong, sour aroma, with a bitter tinge to the after taste.

Felice gives examples of Italian wines grown in the Tuscani region (one of the best producing and world-famous wine fields in the world), with several different characteristics.

Tolaini Valdisanti 2008

Compared to Arnione, Valdisanti has lower alcohol content, which is around 13, 9 percent. Made from a mixture of several types of grape varieties, including 75 percent Cabernet Sauvignon, 20 percent Sangiovese, and 5 percent Cabernet Franc. The flavor is lighter, and the aroma is not too strong so that it can complement the dish with a stronger taste. Dishes containing cheese or cream, for example, are even more delicious if completed by Valdisanti sips.

Campo Alla Sughera Arnione 2007

This red wine has a deep red color, with a strong aroma and produces a sensation of warmth in the throat after drinking. “After the taste, it has a spice flavor that is strong enough to feel warm,” Felice said.

Arnione is made from a mixture of 40 percent Cabernet Sauvignon (red grape variety), 20 percent Merlot, 20 percent Cabernet Franc, and 20 percent Petit Verdo. The alcohol content is around 14 percent.

Felice suggests combining Arnione 2007 with minimalist but creamy Italian food, such as pasta and some other foods containing cheese. However, Arnione also works well with roast duck dishes.

Le Macchiole Paleo 2004

Paleo is produced from the Bolgheri Vineyard winery in Tuscany, Italy. Almost in line with Arnione, Paleo has a deep red color with a strong enough scent, so that after the taste feels very warm the throat. The aroma is a blend of the aroma of the coffee, black currants, and spices.

If Arnione is made from a mixture of red grape varieties, pure Paleo is made from 100 percent Cabernet Franc. It makes the color look very concentrated because of its tannin content (dyes in grapes). Wine with 14 percent alcohol content is suitable to be enjoyed with spicy and spicy foods.

Moscato Spumante

Moscato Spumante has a stronger fruit aroma, and sweet flavor, so that most people like Italy. White wine is very fitting when enjoyed in cold conditions so that the sweet taste is more pronounced, and the sensation of sparkling bubbles will feel more tickling (that’s why it’s known as sparkling wine). The alcohol content is very low.

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The taste is slightly sweet and tends to be lighter than Paleo and Arnione, but somewhat stronger than Valdisanti. This wine is made from a mixture of 42 percent Merlot, 42 percent Cabernet Franc, 12 percent Cabernet Sauvignon, and 4 percent Petit Verdot. But compared to others, wine with an alcohol content of around 13.5 percent is more refreshing and lighter.

The Restaurant You Must Visit in Madrid

Madrid is a beautiful and beautiful cosmopolitan city that can combine modernity with traditional Spanish cultural heritage. Not only that, but Madrid is also very open to something new, especially with the inclusion of special dishes that come from all parts of the world.

During my three years living in Madrid, I had the opportunity to explore various sides of the city and simultaneously enjoy a variety of Spanish specialties provided in it. If this article only shows 3 restaurants that must be visited, there are many more restaurants that are worth a visit, both typical Spanish dishes and those from other countries.

Sobrino de Botin – The Oldest Restaurant in the World

Not far from San Guinness, if you are hungry and want to have lunch, we can find the oldest restaurant in the world according to Guinness World Records. This restaurant was founded by a French couple, Jean Botin and his wife, in 1725.

Each floor is still thick with traditional nuances, and some are half decorated with carved brown wood, some are decorated with typical blue and white ceramic Spanish style. The coolest thing is the basement whose walls are only decorated with bricks and curved in united with the roof.

Not only the decoration, how to cook it is still like the first time opened, only by using a firewood oven which is also decorated with Spanish-style ceramics. The results of the grill are the main menu of this food house, namely Cordero Asado (young roast lamb) and cochinillo Asado (young roast pork).

Served still warm, with a reddish-brown color, just being seen can accelerate the production of saliva in the mouth. Then using the fork in the left hand and the knife in the right hand, each slice feels soft and easy to traverse. It is recommended to reach the mouth by closing the eyes so that the sensation of every bite of meat can be felt. Plus mixed with the sauce you choose, after swallowing please say, Que sabroso!

Tablao Flamenco – La Quimera

While relaxing enjoying the afternoon at 100 Montaditos, it would be nice for you to make a reservation if you want to see the Flamenco dance in one of Tablao in Madrid. For those who don’t know, Tablao is a restaurant or a cafĂ© that is also dedicated to performing the Flamenco dance.

There are many famous Tablao in Madrid, such as Corral de la Moreira, Cardomomo, Casa Patas, Las Tablas, Torres Bermejas, Villa Rosa, Carboneras and others. However, I prefer La Quimera, not only because it is the most economical, 30 euros per person, also because it is the closest to where I live in Madrid.

Usually, in one day there will be two performances, each lasting between 60-90 minutes. It all starts with a Flamenco song, and at the same time, food and drinks begin to be served. If you don’t ask for a specific menu, tapas will usually be served as an appetizer, then Paella as the main menu, and accompanied by a pitcher of Sangria.

When everything is ready, the four senses that we have, vision, hearing, taste, and smell will be spoiled together.

Sabor Nusantara

If this one is the most different restaurant from the others in Madrid, because here it is not traditional Spanish cuisine that is served, but the archipelago cuisine (hihihi). Yes, this is the only Indonesian restaurant in Madrid, so if you miss Indonesian food, look for Sabor Nusantara.

Unfortunately, I have never tasted Indonesian specialties cooked by Sabor Nusantara. Right after I finished my assignment, three months later, on April 1, 2018, this restaurant opened. The owner is also an Indonesian citizen who is very active in promoting Indonesian culture in Spain, salute!

Because I have not had time to taste the food, the only way to find out the taste of the food is to ask the opinion of Surya, my friend who is in Madrid.

“The taste of the food is delicious and very Indonesian, so it is suitable for those who want to release miss the Indonesian cuisine,” Surya said.

That’s about, so if you go to Madrid and plan to Sabor Nusantara, please send greetings to Mr. Agus, Mrs. Ami, Mr. Yoga, Mr. Tomi, and Ms. Nia. Oh yes, the address is on Calle de Viriato, 39, Madrid.