Category Archives: #ItalianFWT

How the Ricci Curbastro Estate In Franciacorta Tackles the Sustainability Question

Ricci Curbastro in the Italian Franciacorta wine region focuses on preserving land for the next generation. The work with Equalitas on sustainability certification that touches the environmental, economical and social areas on winery engagement.

Rosato, Drinking Pink Italian Style from the Mountains to the Sea

rosé rosato rosado

Mark and I drink plenty of pink wine whether Italian rosato, rosado or rosé. Here I share two very different styles from the foothills of the Italian Apennines to rolling hills closer to the sea.

Italy – Organic Wine and Rare Grapes In Campania

Il Verro Coda di Pecora Sheep Campania vino Italiano

April takes our Italian Food, Wine and Travel group on a virtual excursion to Campania in southwestern Italy where rare wine grapes are abundant. An area where there is no shortage of stunning coastline and no lack of chaotic action in the capital city Naples, it oozes archeological and ancient sites such as Pompeii, Herculaneum and Paestum. The next time… Read more »

Brachetto d’Acqui Sparkling Wine To Brighten Up Lockdown

La Gironda Brachetto d'Acqui frizzante piemonte

Brachetto d’Acqui sparkling frizzante wine- bright, foamy and fizzy, perfect for aperitivo or a lazy afternoon, I’d invite it to my couch for a movie and dessert too.

Women in Italian Wine: Meet Mateja Gravner #ItalianFWT

1999 Gravner Ribolla Gialla wine Fruili Venezia Giulia

A year ago March, Mark and I dropped in on Raw Wine London. When I told him about attending a session on Gravner wines he happily joined me. This is where we briefly met Mateja Gravner and tasted wines that marked our memory. The entire movement, raw and natural wines, is rather obscure and includes orange wine, an extended skin… Read more »

Alpine Wine Cooperative – How Things Roll In Alto Adige #ItalianFWT

Colterenzio vineyard Alto Adige Wine Region

Wine cooperatives play a key role in many regions around the world. Quality levels are all over the board but not in Alto Adige where they are the exception.

Introducing the Diversity of Italian Wine #ItalianFWT

Italia diversity vino wine

Italian wine is diverse. Its cultures, food, landscapes and weather are too. You can observe this diversity in the twenty unique wine regions of Italy. Big and complicated, yes, but here is your intro to Italian wine made simple.

Head to Italy’s Lazio Wine Region for Cesanese

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Cesanese del Piglio DOCG

Lazio might fly under the Tuscany radar now but the area rich with history, lush with hillsides, and satisfying palates with its wines is making a statement with Cesanese.