February #WinePW Crociani’s Rosso di Montepulciano and Turkey Chili For A Cold Winter’s Day

February #WinePW Features Women Owned Wineries, Women Who Make Wine Simple Turkey Chili Cheers to Women Owned Wineries and Women Who Make Wine! This February 10, the Wine Pairing Weekend crew as we showcase some of our sweethearts are writing about women who own wineries or make wine — and food that pairs well with... Continue Reading →

A Look At the Anteprime Toscane – Buy Wine, Montepulciano and Vino Nobile di Montepulciano

Tuscany is for many the image of Italy. It was definitely that way for me at the beginning and in many ways remains the core of my Italian experience despite the fact that I lived in Milan for three times as long as I lived in Florence. This week, Tuscan wine producers are putting on... Continue Reading →

Wine of the Week: Rosso di Montepulciano

My wine of the week is Rosso di Montepulciano. This denominazione di origine controllata (DOC) wine has been woefully underrated in my view with very few people even aware of the location of Montepulciano, often forgotten or seen as a poor relative of Montalcino or worse, thought to be in Abruzzo and made from the... Continue Reading →

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