Italian Indigenous Varieties: Bracciola Nera

This week's indigenous variety is called Bracciola Nera. It grows mainly in Tuscany in the area known as Massa- Carrara as well as in Liguria in le Cinque Terre. It is rarely if ever vinified alone but is usually in a larger blend. It enters into the Colli di Luni DOC as a minor component.... Continue Reading →

Italian Indigenous Varieties: Bosco Bianco from Liguria

Summer is certainly time to be in Liguria, a magical place in Italy with beautiful water and cliffs that come right down to the sea, not to mention great focaccia. Another great thing about these small towns along the coast with their colored buildings are the great white wines that you drink while sitting outside... Continue Reading →

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑