Garlic spaghetti squash with herbs

Me and spaghetti squash, sitting in a tree. This is exactly how I like to eat my veggies: tossed with sauteed garlic, toasted pine nuts, fresh herbs, and a handful of grated Gruyère cheese. I mean, honestly. The combination of delicate flavors and textures is Must Have More Now. And at the moment, I can’t think of anything more vegetarianly awesome than these things on a plate sitting…

But despite that popular notion, not all the wine comes from that European country.

In fact, besides the US having a 15% cap in the worldwide wine trade total, such countries as Argentina, Chile, Italy, Spain, Portugal, and even Germany collectively dominate almost a half of the world’s wine market!

 

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Yes, you’ve heard it right. The beer-loving Germany is a home to almost 5% of world’s wine production, including one grape variety that is native to the German’s soil – namely a Riesling…

But now and here, we’ll be talking about much a wider range of German wines, than the famous Riesling, usually coming from a Mosel or Rhinegau regions of the country.

So, among the varieties of both white and red German wines, the most underestimated sorts somehow come from a Franconia region, located in the Western part of the country…

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