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Pizza Time… and Time to Give Lambrusco Another Chance

For a country that makes so much wine, why do some of Italy’s vinous products get such a bad rap?

Perhaps the answer can be found in the question. 492 more words

Food And Wine Pairings/Recipes

Some Wines I Took

I was so impressed with the party celebrating The Wine Raconteur Jr. turning forty, that I felt that one article would not do the evening justice. 758 more words


We'll Be Seeing Ya

Life should be filled with as many  random, exciting, jubilant, and inspirational moment as possible.  You can throw in all the superlatives, synonyms, and dangling participles you can.   803 more words


Castiglioni 2005 Chianti

Chianti DOCG, Tuscany, Italy; from Frescobaldi; 12.5% ABV
$6 at the Richmond, CA, store on 16 Sept

This wine looked potentially very good, but also potentially awful.  245 more words


Super Tuscan

Tua Rita Perlato del Bosco

Rosso Toscana IGT 2007

By Fergal Gleeson

The front label features some decadent revellers in costume getting boozed. The words “bacchanalian orgy“ come to mind. 357 more words

Red Wine

Pizzini Pietra Rossa Sangiovese 2014

Label translates as “Red Stone” and the cornerstone of the range from Sangiovese specialists, Pizzini.

Pizzini, Pietra Rossa, Sangiovese, King Valley 2014

Deep ruby claret. Sweetly herbed fruit: star anise, liqueur raspberry, cherries and chocolatey oak. 51 more words

Tasting Notes

Lana by Pizzini Il Nostro Gallo 2014

The Lana range is named after a special town in northern Italy located in the Trentino-Alto Adige region, situated between the towns of Bolzano and Merano. 99 more words

Tasting Notes