The GMW Difference: Salumi, Pasta, & More
Here at Good Mansion Wines, we pride ourselves on the quality of each and every one of our products. Read on to learn about the GMW difference in salumi, pasta, rice, tomatoes, and more.
Recipe: Good Mansion Fondue
THE COLD IS COMING!!!! Must. Have. Cheese…….Must. Have Fondue.
Don’t settle for prepackaged or overly processed fondue kits. Making fondue at home is easy and just requires a few simple ingredients. Have fun experimenting with different dippers like apples or grilled sausage.
Get the best fondue recipe and ingredients here at Good Mansion and enjoy a cozy evening in front of the fireplace.
The GMW Difference: Our Bread
For this year’s resolution, consider staying away from fad diets.
Integrate whole foods sourced with care into your diet by coming to Good Mansion.
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GET RID OF BAD BREAD, NOT GOOD MANSION BREAD.
OUR TOP 10 WINE PICKS FOR YOUR THANKSGIVING DAY TABLE
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Thanksgiving Day is a celebration of the harvest, and we think the best wines are the ones that bring the harvest to the table in a bottle.
Here are our top 10 picks for your table. In general, seek out wines with an abundant profile of fruit and baking spice notes, and stay away from tannin. We generally opt for whites, although offer plenty of red options.
THE ELIXER OF SLOWNESS: ACETOMODENA BALSAMIC VINEGAR
There is a saying form Modena that goes like this:
‘He who goes slowly, goes healthily and far’.
Nothing is truer for our vinegar.
It goes slowly, in the sense that in order to mature
it takes the time that it needs.
It goes healthily, because it is Mother Nature who makes it.
It goes far, because its known all over the world.
– SOCIETÀ AGRICOLA ACETOMODENA
We first were introduced to the owners of Acetomodena, the Vecchi family and their faithful Scottish-Italian national representative, Gary, in 2014. At that time, the success of our Olio Tenero Ascolana del Piceno olive oil had tipped us into the import business, and our colleague Rita in Rome was eager for us to embark on a second product of excellence. With a goal of bypassing the industrial food chain that still dominates the U.S. Italian food import market to this day, we had our eyes set on the next product of renown—balsamic from Modena, the hot plain of the Po River Valley, made by one of the handful of family producers who could count their history in Modena back for hundreds and hundreds of years.
A Gem of Italy: Tenera Ascolana Olive
Ascolana Tenera olives are considered one of the finest olives in the world.
Prized for their tenderness and delicate flavor, they grow mostly in the Marche region of Italy’s Adriatic coast. Groves sit along the Ascolano hillsides that surround the medieval city of Ascoli Piceno with green olives ripening in the sea breeze. As you will see, it is a beautiful thing to know where your olives come from.
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