When it comes to wine and food, Italy has an abundance of special places, events and celebrations, and we’ll share some of our favorites with you in our “Local Scene” series. In today’s Wine Journal, Michael takes you to Venice to peruse some of the best seafood that Italy has to offer. “Pesce fresco! Pesce […]
Dall’Uva brings you more Italian Wine Reviews and rolls out its online wine shop, helping you find the best Italian wines direct from the importer.
Dall’Uva Sommelier Michael Horne reviews the top 3 red, white and bubbly wines from Vini d’Italia 2011, Gambero Rosso’s annual guidebook to Italy’s finest wines
Michael reviews the wines of Giancarlo Pacenti and his Siro Pacenti Brunello di Montalcino and Rosso di Montalcino.
Michael reviews the fun, sparkling pink Prosecco wines of Riondo, perfect for summer food and fun.
Our Sommelier Michael Horne reviews the elegant Chianti Classico and Gratius wines of Molino di Grace
Our Sommelier Michael Horne tours the huge Vinitaly trade show highlighting the best wines that Italy has to offer.
Sommelier Michael Horne teaches you how to do the age-old “Giro d’Ombra”, or wine pub crawl through the streets and alleys of old Venice
One of the things I love about Italy are the diverse, highly localized flavors and tastes one finds while exploring this ancient peninsula. In Italy there is no such thing as “Italian food,” all dishes are highly localized. Remarkably, you will find differences within a province or even between nearby towns. Of course, wines vary […]
Our vino road warrior and Sommelier Michael Horne shares his Italy foodie hints and tricks to find the best osteria, trattoria, and ristorante food in Italy
In this second of 3 parts, vino road warrior and Sommelier Michael Horne teaches you how to book and visit Italian wineries on your next trip to Italy.
Our vino road warrior and Sommelier Michael Horne shares his Italy travel planning and booking recommendations to maximize the magic of your next trip to Italy
Michael chats with John Taboada in this review of his Portland-based Navarre restaurant.
Michael reviews the Brunello, San Pio and Botrys wines of Montalcino-based Mastrojanni