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What makes a Super Tuscan so super? In the case of the 2010 TIGNANELLO Toscana, from the venerated house of Antinori, it takes a quiet space of one’s own to
Siena, the province of Tuscany, is known to leave a traveler awestruck with wonder. This handsome son-of-a-gun of a Chianti was born there, grew up there and has made its
Easy like Sunday morning. Soft and mellow, the Moscato’s got sweet disposition. Nectar, ginger, orange oil, yellow peach, elderflower and vanilla—these are the scents of a 2014 Piasa Sanmaurizio Moscato
It’s a new day. It’s a new year. It’s a new life. And it’s time for feelin’ good. So, break out the Moscato! That irresistibly delicious semi-sweet white stuff that
At the risk of being boring, here’s a few technicalities you should look for when purchasing Prosecco—that humble but so stylish bubbly from Italy—to improve your chances of ending up
A special wine for its deeply authentic Italianate character, even though the grapes are French. First of all, it’s from Bolgheri, a coastal region in Tuscany where two of the
High-end Moscato. That seems to be an oxymoron, doesn’t it? Here in the U.S., especially, when you want cheap, sweet and sparkly—or, in the hands of a mixologist, perhaps a
Dogliani is the new face of Dolcetto just like Johnny Depp is the new face of Christian Dior. Dolcetto [doll-chet-oh] is the decidedly non-noble grape of the noble northwestern Italian
The thrill of Barbaresco is something no wine lover, let alone any lover of Italian wine, should miss. It’s irresistible—the intensity of dark fruit flavor, the lovely profusion of aromas,
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