Predictions for 2015: The Booze Laws Will Loosen
There is a lot of excitement in store for consumers and providers of booze, it all just depends on who plays their cards right...
Brunello di Montalcino Wine: It's Worth The Wait | Wine Folly
Brunello di Montalcino is a Tuscany red wine. It has Italy’s highest DOCG classification. Find out why critics consider Brunello to be Italy's ultimate red.
The Wine Regions I Visited Most Often Living in Italy: Valpolicella and Soave - Travel Savvy Gal
Why you should love these wines and where to find the best wineries for tastings in the regions of Valpolicella and Soave, close to Verona and Venice in Italy. Famous for Soave, Ripasso, and Amarone wines, there are great wines to discover here!
Cin Cin! A Tasty Guide to the Best Italian Wine Regions
In a country as prolific as Italy, how does a wine fanatic narrow down which regions to visit? I spoke with fellow travel bloggers and asked them about their favorite Italian wine regions and vineyards for wine tasting. Here are their tips.
Valpolicella: The Best Italian Wine Region You've Never Heard Of • Wander Your Way
FacebookPinterestTwitterWhatsAppEmailDo you know the Valpolicella wine region? Maybe you have heard of it. But maybe you’re asking, “Where is this Italian wine region? And why do I not know about it?” Well keep reading because I’m going to fill you in on this spectacular destination in Italy. Let’s start with some basics. Where is…
We Asked 10 Somms: Why Do You Love Italian Wine?
Among the great wine countries, Italy is one of the most diverse. We asked top wine professionals what they love about Italian wine and why.
5 Things to Know about Barbera - The California Wine Club
Most prominently throughout Italy's Piedmont wine region, you will find the red grape variety called Barbera. There's nothing like Barbera's steep acidic nature and low-key tannins. Here are 5 things to know about Barbera wine.
The Ultimate Guide to Italian Wine Regions | Oyster.com
From the rolling hills in the north to the rich, volcanic land in the south, Italy is packed with amazing wine-producing areas. To help you plan the perfect escape, follow our guide to the top Italian wine regions.