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There’s another Renaissance happening these days in the fabled Italian wine country of the Old World. To experience it fully, however, you have to look in places where you’re probably
Viva l’Italiano Rosé! Long before the contemporary rosé craze took hold, this classic Tuscan CASTELLO DI AMA Rosato, from the beatific land of Sienna, was first introduced in the 1980s—a
Nothing sets the mood like a great Lambrusco. Lambrusco is northern Italy’s version of a sparkling pink rosé, and when it’s good—it’s so so good. Good Lambrusco will lift up
Truly, one of the most enchanting rosés out there. When you think rosé, the mind goes to France or, now, even America—but Tuscany is not generally the first that comes
With effulgent notes of red cherry, rose tea and peppery spice, one of my personal favorites of all Italian wine shines through with its brilliance of structure, acidity and silkiness
When Tesla dropped their very first 2018 Model 3 onto the electric car market just about a month ago, you couldn’t help but be wowed by the vehicle’s form factor—super
Easy Summer Italian Reds: A Trilogy – Part Three. We return, once again, to Sicily for the final part of this series focusing on lighter, easy red wines that are
Easy Summer Italian Reds: A Trilogy – Part Two. From one of the least familiar regions of Italy, called Le Marche (mar-KAY, not mar-SHAY) comes a native Italian wine that
Easy Summer Italian Reds: A Trilogy – Part One. To coincide with Brian’s IPA Trilogy, this is the first in a series focusing on light, easy red wines from Italy
The perception of lower-cost sparkling wine is that it is something dainty or frivolous. Not serious at all and not looking for depth—just something good enough to enjoy to pass
To be honest, I knew nothing about Arneis, a white wine grape of northern Italy, until I drank this wine. What drew me to this bottle was the name BRUNO
Close your eyes … you might think you’re drinking a high quality Champagne. Except that this wine isn’t French, it’s Italian. Except that this bubbly is not $50, but it’s
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