Verdicchio Sings Of Spring – April #ItalianFWT

Just as some flowers are the first signs of Spring, such as these mimosas in the picture, Verdicchio to me sings of springtime. This wonderful grape from Le Marche is a beautiful way to invite spring into your life even when it’s snowing in April in New York. I first tried Verdicchio on a vacation... Continue Reading →

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Italian Indigenous Varieties: Montepulciano Nero

Montepulciano is a red grape that grows throughout central Italy. It is most widely found in Le Marche and Abruzzo. It's confusing to many who think that Vino Nobile di Montepulciano is made with this grape. It's also sometimes erroneous thought to be the same grape as Sangiovese. It's not. It can be a vigorous... Continue Reading →

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