Quite simply, Talamonti makes great value wines from a wine region that’s not very well-known. Here’s what you need to know about Abruzzo, Italy and a few wine recommendations.
Château Monfort is a dream of a place to stay in Milan, Italy. Elegance, attention to detail, beautiful breakfasts, and a gorgeous, oh-so-relaxing spa.
I can’t say I fell in love with this restaurant, but the food was very good and it’s located along the water’s edge.
Officina del Vino is a charming wine bar in the seaside city of Trani in southern Italy. Lots of bubbly!
Seafood is the specialty at Corteinfiore Ristorante in Trani. Trust the owner and order the seafood starter, or was it a main? Everything is excellent here.
Don’t fancy staying in a historic castle? How about a fortress in the heart of Chianti Classico?
High amongst the rural hills, covered in vineyards and olive trees, in the heart of Chianti Classico, is Castello di Meleto. It’s Tuscany infused with both its history and all its pleasures.
In the southern stretch of Italy in Puglia, winemakers are reclaiming their native grapes to make wines that show off the terroir of their region, long known for bulk wines and clandestine additions to beef up other more famous Italian reds.
A masseria is a farm or country house on a country estate in Puglia, southern Italy. Masseria lodging ranges from rustic to luxurious and are set in working farms producing olive oil, wine, or produce. This one was most definitely luxurious, most relaxingly scenic.
Vancouver International Wine Festival 2016 Preview – Theme country is Italy!
Olive trees lead to grapevines, and then to the hills of Montalcino in Tuscany at this gorgeous relais of Canalicchio di Sopra, a producer of classic Brunello di Montalcino wine.