Piedmont is one of the largest wine-producing regions in Italy, Famous for it’s renowned Nebbiolo wines, Piedmont actually has quite a number of different wines to be proud of.
If you have been following me on Instagram you already know how beautiful Turin is. I have been living here for about 3 years and though it may be small, I always find new corners to love in this city. But let’s check out the reasons you should visit Turin! Turin or Torino is situatedContinue reading “Why you should visit Turin, Italy”
Listen, I know what you think: ALL food in Italy MUST be amazing. Sadly this isn’t always the case. It’s actually pretty common when visiting touristy cities that you will find quite mediocre and actually terrible food. Even I have found my share of bad food here in Italy, but after so many years hereContinue reading “Tips for Finding the best places to eat in Italy”
If you have known anyone who has ever been to Italy, you’ll know they come back from their trip saying “Gelato is SO much better than Ice Cream”! Even back in the US “gelato” sales and pop-ups have become more popular than Ice Cream. But what is really the difference between gelato and ice cream?Continue reading “What exactly is the difference between Gelato and Ice Cream”
We’ve been home long enough that it is time to graduate from easy wine drinking and move on to some cocktails! Most Italian cocktails are fairly simple, as many Italians stick to wine and beer with the occasional Spritz.. But for those of you who love mixing something a bit stronger than a simple caliceContinue reading “7 italian cocktails to make at home”
When you first get to Italy, depending on your Italian knowledge, the bar can be a little intimidating. You know they have coffee but what kind, how big, what are the order options? There won’t be a large board menu like American coffee shops, instead, you are expected to know exactly what you want. Here isContinue reading “How to Order a Coffee In Italy”
Man, wouldn’t we all love to be tasting Italian wines in the vineyards right now! But here we all are stuck at home with what wine we managed to stock up on. Social drinking has taken on a whole new meaning, sipping on a glass of wine while calling into zoom calls; and solo drinkingContinue reading “5 Italian Wines to Sip on Through Quarantine”