One of the nastiest winters in memory here in North America has come to a close, and the first hints of spring weather have us dreaming of crisp white wines, chilled reds, and, of course, dry rosés. This year we’ll be adding Corsica’s uniquely delicious wines to our summer wine sipping routine — along with some bottles we’ll be saving for the fall. The infographic below is your guide to the wines of the ‘The Isle of Beauty,’ L’Île de Beauté, a name rightfully worn by this breathtaking island and its undiscovered wines — reds and rosés made with grapes like Niellucciu and Sciaccarellu, and whites made with Vermentinu and Bianco Gentile.
The Greeks, the Italians and finally the French all played a role in the development of wines unique to Corsica, yet the island has remained unknown to most of us — until now. Have fun exploring.
This is a sponsored post by Vins de Corse.