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Tasting Ancestral Bubbles

Gianluca Telloli is a wine maker with a passion for apples. Gianluca was on a scouting trip one bright, crisp fall day in 2011, high in the Valle d’Aosta mountains along the northwest Italian bor... READ MORE

Parla Vino? How to Pronounce Italian Wine Names

How do you pronounce Prosecco Valdobbiadene? How about Amarone della Valpolicella? Italian wine names can sometimes befuddle wine lovers. Even I have to slow-down-and-sound-it-out when I come across ... READ MORE

For the Love of Italian Wine

Ciao from bustling London! I’m smack dab in the middle of my busy Fall travel season, in-transit and taking a break to write to you about changes I’m making to my Wine Journal updates. These a... READ MORE

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A week in Tuscany, a week in Piedmont!

In Forum "Italy Travel Log" (new topic)
By Mardy Tremblay, Posted about 1 month, 3 weeks ago

Just home from a wonderful trip to Italy, a week in Tuscany and a week in Piedmont! During our week in Tuscany we stayed at Arnaldo and Debora Rossi’s beautiful B&B the Locanda Pane e Vino. The… READ MORE

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Chianti Wine Tasting – Suggested Self Guided Tour?

In Forum "Itineraries for Wine Lovers" (3 replies)
By Laurync, Posted about 3 months, 2 weeks ago

Hello there. I am going to be traveling to Tuscany in two weeks with my boyfriend and his parents. We are staying near Impruneta and looking for some guidance on wine tasting in the Chianti Classico … READ MORE

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Liguria: Camogli restaurant recommendations

In Forum "Itineraries for Foodies" (new topic)
By Michael Horne, Posted about 4 months ago

Camogli (pronounced “kah-MOHL-yee”)  is one of my favorite Ligurian beach towns.  Just a few train stops due-east of Genova and along the train line that heads to the Cinque Terre, it’s a… READ MORE