Tag Archives: autochthonous

Thirsty Thirty-Something Thursday #13- Marche

Of all the the autochothonous grapes out there, Lacrima certainly seems to be one that is more native than others. This grape has held much fascination for myself and for those in my tasting group. There was complete silence in … Continue reading

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Back in the Saddle

After two weeks away, it’s time to get back to reality.  The reality of working for a living, caring for my family, my home, yet continuing along the path of Store Manager, Wine Buyer, and now Italian Wine Ambassador. I’ve … Continue reading

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Goin’ to Italy!

A week ago, I received the news that I was chosen to be one of the 50 Candidates selected to be in Verona, Italy, to take the Italian Wine Ambassador/Italian Wine Expert program through the VinItaly International Academy (VIA). To … Continue reading

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