You know Prosecco for sure, you know Chianti and Primitivo or Brunello di Montalcino among Italian productions, but how many Italian dessert wines do you know? Italy it’s all about wine, and dessert wine is, of course, a big thing just as red wine, white wine, and sparkling wine.Continue reading “Italian dessert wine”
You probably know what craft beer is, as in the lasts years it has been the protagonist of the beer market. Craft beer is now so popular that, ironically, even big industrial groups are now producing craft beer, clearing out all the craftiness from these beverages.
What about craft wine?
We just recently began enjoying the products of this amazing vine, as it was considered Sangiovese until the ampelographic analysis of the 1970s. This mistake was probably due to the massive cultivation of Sangiovese grapes in the Montepulciano area, in Tuscany.
It often happens to drink a beverage in a glass that is not the one studied to contain it, like receiving a Pils beer into a chalice; actually, using the right glass can make a big difference, especially for wine.
Christmas is approaching and even if you are trying to resist the temptation of assembling your Christmas Tree, we are sure you are already thinking about the menu for the 24th dinner or 25th lunch.Continue reading “Christmas wine: classical or original choice?”
Even if the majority of the world, especially in these days, consider it just a decoration, in Italy the pumpkin is a key element of many regional and ancient recipesContinue reading “Halloween Special: Halloween Wine and Pumpkin pairings”
Impossible not knowing Prosecco, the white wine with a pale yellow color, fresh, shiny, brilliant. It is appreciated mostly in its fizzy version and is very popular since the ’90s also because is an essential ingredient of the famous cocktail Aperol Spritz. Everybody knows it, but here below you find 6 things that you probably didn’t know just yet.