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Cogill Reviews: “Ford v. Ferrari”

“Ford V Ferrari” takes place in the mid-1960s and is an exhilarating, tightly wound piece of film making that works on multiple levels, while based on a true story. Matt Damon (Saving Private Ryan, Good Will Hunting) is Oscar-caliber as a determined American car designer, Carroll Shelby, a legend who understands high-speed racing isn’t always … Continue reading Cogill Reviews: “Ford v. Ferrari”

Cogill Reviews: “Hustlers”

Originally published in West Hawaii Today, September 20, 2019 "Hustlers" is more than just the ultimate feminist movie. It's a sobering, insightful look at the good, bad, and ugly of chasing the American dream and offers a screen load of ideas about the way capitalism works. It also features a nuanced, Oscar-level performance by Jennifer … Continue reading Cogill Reviews: “Hustlers”

What To Drink Now: Elegant Italian Sparklers

Red Wine with Breakfast

Over 300 grape varieties are used to actively produce wines in Italy, with another 300 or 400 grown throughout the country making small production, regional wines for towns and villages, enjoyed by locals and visitors. Thankfully, many of these beauties are imported into the US, giving us the opportunity to get a taste of Italy easily.

Cartizze, Prosecco Superiore DOCG

When we think Italian sparkling, fruity, frothy Prosecco comes to mind. Prosecco DOC sparklers, like La Marca and Zardetto, are made to be enjoyed in its youth, the wines are approachable, affordable and fun, perfect for sipping on their own or mixed with fruit juice or spirits to create flirty cocktails. Prosecco Superiore DOCG defines more of a sense of place, telling the stories of the history and terroir. The 15 communes that make up the Prosecco Superiore DOCG Conegliano Valdobbiadene, the most premium part of the region, just…

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