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Italy’s Most Beloved White Wines

Okay, let’s play “fill in the blank.” Ready? Here goes… Real Italians ________________________________________. I know quite a few “real Italians,” so I have a bevy of potential “blank fillers.” But this is a wine blog, so I’m thinking specifically of

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Posted in Wine Buzz, Wine in the Glass

Fascinating Facts About Barbera, Sangiovese and Aglianico

Italian reds are being featured in today’s Cyber Circle offering from Vinesse, and you can read more about the specific wines here. Because Italian wine, in general, can be challenging to understand — some grapes are named for regions, while

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Posted in Wine in the Glass

Putting a Long-Held Wine Theory to the Test

I have heard it said many times, and it may well be your experience: Wine tastes best when it’s consumed in its place of origin. Italian wines taste best in Italy. German wines taste best in Germany. American wines taste

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Posted in Editor's Journal
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