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New and Exciting Small Group Tours to France and Italy

Pascale Bernasse | Tuesday, May 1st 2018
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(For immediate release) St. Michaels, MD, May 5, 2018 New Small Group Tours to France and Italy for 2019! Leading luxury wine tour provider French Wine Explorers has released its 2019 dates for its small group tours to France and Italy. New for 2019 is a tour to Tuscany, featuring iconic Super Tuscans, Brunello di […]

What Are the Best Wines For Your Italian Wine Cellar?

William S. Shepard, Wine Editor | Saturday, Jan 27th 2018
Italian wine cellar
What Are the Best Wines For Your Italian Wine Cellar? The value of a personal wine cellar is now well established. You buy young wines, often at their best price and greatest availability. Your wine cellar features the wines that you like best, both as to vintage and region of origin. With both young and […]

A Guide to the Most Iconic Italian Wine Regions

Pascale Bernasse | Tuesday, Dec 5th 2017
Italian Wine Regions
An Essential Guide to the Main Italian Wine Regions Italy is a country rich with culture, delicious food, and–of course–delicious wine. From Tuscany, to Piedmont, there is so much to learn about the wines of the country. But where do you start? We have complied some of our most popular posts all about famous Italian […]

Where Can You Find the Best Nebbiolo Wines of Italy?

Kathy Merchant | Tuesday, Nov 28th 2017
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Where Can You Find the Best Nebbiolo Wines of Italy? Nebbiolo based red wines of Barolo are among the finest in the world. Critics love their full-bodied texture and deep flavors. The Nebbiolo based red wines of Barbaresco are underappreciated gems. Generally softer and more approachable than Barolo, due to warmer climate and shorter ...

What Are the Best Tuscan Wine and Food Pairings?

Kathy Merchant | Tuesday, Nov 21st 2017
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What Are the Best Tuscan Wine and Food Pairings? Tuscan cuisine is based on “cucina povera,” a rural – even rustic – style based on seasonal and natural ingredients including olive oil, unsalted bread, wild mushrooms, vegetables, and either salt-cured or simply grilled meats. So what wines do you pair with this rustic cuisine? You ...
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