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Gambero Rosso in Singapore 2016

Story and photos by Dr. Michael Lim The Travelling Gourmet TM

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The inimitable and inspiring Travelling Gourmet TM tastes fine Italian wines at the… 308 more words

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Tenuta di Capezzana

One of the great things about Vinitaly is being invited to specific producer booths and getting to taste some of those wines that might be “under the table”. 579 more words


Francesco Drusian: Preserving the heritage of Prosecco DOCG

BIGOLINO di Valdobbiadene (TV) – Standing amidst rows of spring-fresh vines climbing the razorback hills rising steeply to of the pre-Alps of northeast Italy, Francesco Drusian smiles at the thought of this region becoming a UNESCO World Heritage site. 1,012 more words

Rare Native Wine Grapes of France

I’m a wine geek. I fully admit this and I’m actually quite proud of it. I love weird and wonderful grape varieties, especially Italian ones. There are however, a few from France that I was able to taste at Vinitaly this past April. 732 more words


Zind Humbrecht: A Vertical of one of the world's greatest Pinot Gris

Vinitaly is not just about Italian wine. I had the rare opportunity and privilege to be part of a group to taste a 20 year vertical of Pinot Gris from the Clos-Saint-Urbain Rangen de Thann Grand Cru vineyard. 1,366 more words


Vino 2016: Italian winemakers looking to increase share in U.S. market

NEW YORK – Romano Baruzzi took a breath and looked out at the sea of faces in front of him.
“Buona sera a tutti, welcome everyone,” said Baruzzi, deputy trade commissioner for the… 582 more words

Italian Wines

Wine Wednesday: Lis Neris Cabernet Sauvignon

This is an old photo of Alvaro and his daughter Federica from Lis Neris at Vinitaly in 2008. The stand looks the same and I like to think we all do too. 133 more words