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Category Archives: Italy
Had this bottle for the first time last week, and what an incredible white wine from Italy. If you are ready to expand your palate and try another very unique white grape varietal, look no further, this is an impressive … Continue reading
My blogging needs some major loving. What a great bottle of wine to write about. My heart sings with joy when I think about Super Tuscan’s. The fruit, the terroir, and the blends of grapes make Super Tuscan’s delightful to … Continue reading
I take great pleasure drinking Italian wines with an Italian dinner. When I was in Vegas a few weeks ago, we went to a nice Italian Trattoria and ordered this bottle. Yes for two and a half the retail price, … Continue reading
Not only is this one of my favorite Italian Restaurant’s here in Miami Beach for excellent quality food. Check out some of their fabulous wines! http://miamibeachadvisor.com/tiramesu-restaurant-reviews/
This wine is made using an innovative take on the “ripasso” technique. Most of the grapes are vinified at harvest time while the rest are set aside to partially dry. In January, the wine blended with the juice from the raisined grapes … Continue reading