May 1: International Worker’s Day. Celebrating Hard-Working Italian Women in Wine

It finally feels like spring today or even almost summer, a far cry from the recent weather we've been having on the East Coast. It certainly is good weather for May Day, also known as International Worker's Day. We don't celebrate it in the United States but in many parts, it is a national holiday,... Continue Reading →

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Italian Indigenous Varieties: Grillo Bianco

Although Grillo bianco is thought to have originated in Puglia, it is most widely known for its wines made in Sicily, specifically in the Marsala and Trapani areas. Grillo is a white grape with citrus notes that is used in the production of Marsala and Vermouth as well as in dry white wines, among others. ... Continue Reading →

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