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I Collazzi and a Big Ol’ Steak #ItalianFWT

Super Tuscans: You love them or you hate them. They are wines that statistically score high, but are they all necessarily good? What does it all even mean? Tuscany is known more for the sangiovese grape, with various amounts of … Continue reading

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Quarantine: 14 Days of Isolation Wines- Day 10

OK, I’ve been at this for 10 days now…I have tons of toilet paper, because I stocked up during the craze, but maybe some of the food is running a bit low and good heavens, I’ve ran out of wine! … Continue reading

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Quarantine: 14 Days of Isolation Wines – Day Three

It’s not so bad right? While in quarantine, there’s the internet, movies, puzzles, games…and I’m sure many have a “honey-do” list that just never seems to get done, despite our best efforts! However, reading about COVID-19 around every turn, might … Continue reading

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Pinot Around the World

When we hear the word Pinot, we think of the red Pinot.  But did you know that the Pinot’s – Noir, Gris and Blanc are genetically identical? It’s complicated I know, but if you were test their DNA, you would … Continue reading

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Tiberio: Passion for the Land and its Native Grapes #ItalianFWT

Too many times, Abruzzo gets passed over as a destination for wine, travel and food in favour of Tuscany. Instead of the west coast, plan your trip to the east coast and the shore of the Adriatic Sea! Abruzzo has … Continue reading

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