Tag Archives: Italian

Make Mine Italian: Wines From Tuscany And Piedmont

Make Mine Italian: Wines From Tuscany And Also Piedmont A modern-day renaissance of wine making in Italy is making wine lovers and also doubters stand up and also take notice. In the 20th century, wine in Italy regularly implied low-cost, poor quality and also high volume-think straw covered bottles-with little to obtain thrilled about. However,

I Love Italian Regional Cuisine – Pairing Calabria Cuisine With Red Wine

Calabria is the toe of the Italian boot. It is located in the southwest corner of Italy, with 500 miles of coastline on the Ionian, Mediterranean, and Tyrrhenian Seas. This region has belonged to so many other countries over the years, leading to quite a variety of local specialties. When you taste the delicious local

I Love Italian Regional Cuisine – Pairing Latium Cuisine With Red Wine

Don’t be surprised if the word Latium doesn’t ring a bell. It’s in the center of Italy and its capital is Rome, the Eternal City. As the Italian writer Silvio Negro said, “Roma, non basta una vita,” Rome, a lifetime is not enough. Just so you don’t get the wrong idea, he wasn’t talking about

I Love Italian Regional Cuisine – Pairing Tuscan Cuisine With Red Wine

Everybody has heard of Tuscany in the central western part of Italy on the Tyrrhenian Sea. Tuscany is famous for being the homeland of the Italian Renaissance, and its center, Florence is one of the world’s top tourist sites. Tuscany is the birthplace of an interesting, albeit often expensive wine revolution. Super Tuscans, red wines

A Wine Lover’s Weekly Review Of $10 Wines – A Sweet Low- Alcohol Italian Wine

Did you ever want to drink a wine with a very low alcohol level? Here’s your chance. Today’s wine is kosher, marketed by the largest kosher wine distributor in the world. It comes from the Asti province of the Piedmont region of northern Italy home to some fabulous wines that, at least usually, aren’t low-alcohol

I Love Italian Regional Cuisine – Pairing Umbria Cuisine With Red Wine

Umbria lies smack dab in the middle of Italy. Even though it doesn’t border the sea, the Tiber River and Lake Trasimeno provide a fine choice of fish and eels. Local specialties include truffles. You won’t go hungry here. Lepre alla Cacciatora (Cacciatora Style Hare) is a popular, traditional dish. It calls for white wine,

I Love Italian Regional Cuisine – Pairing Apulia Cuisine With Red Wine

Apulia is the heel of the Italian boot. It is located in the southeast corner of Italy on the Adriatic and Ionian Seas. As many other regions of Italy, over the centuries Apulia was constantly invaded. The region’s difficult history has given it a varied cuisine that should meet your fancy. Apulia is known as

I Love Italian Regional Cuisine – Pairing Campania Cuisine With Red Wine

Campania is the shin of the Italian boot. Its capital is Naples and if you don’t want to “See Naples and Die” you can always visit upscale Sorrento and Pompeii, frozen in time with the eruption of Mount Vesuvius some two thousand years ago. Campania claims to be the home of pasta and pizza. We