Searching for an Italian Rosé on the shelves you will have to look out for the title Rosato. But given the extra syllables, we’ll stick with the classic saying Rosé all day. Though France may be famous for these delightfully pink wines, Italian Wine Lovers won’t have to miss out. Many wine regions of ItalyContinue reading “Your Guide to Italian Rosato”
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.
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”
Valle D’Aosta: For reds there are two wines that come to mind from the region of Valle d’Aosta: Donnas: Another more common DOC of the region, Donnas is made with 85% Nebbiolo grape. It is aged a minimum of 24 months, 10 in wooden barrels; the Superiore denomination is aged 30 months 12 of whichContinue reading “Italian Wines You Have To Try: From the North to South of Italy”
Does your dream Italy vacation include a day tasting wine in the rolling hills of the Italian countryside? Exploring Italy’s vineyards is the perfect way to spend a day outside of the busy city. There is so much to learn about family traditions, winemaking, and the culture of Italian wine; plus there are plenty ofContinue reading “Visiting Italy’s Vineyards: Tips for planning a day of Italian wine tasting and winery visits”