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+ Alba Truffle show

Alba Truffle show

The Alba truffle show. The Alba White Truffle is on stage: a wonderful show! The Alba Truffle Show, as well as being an immersive experience where you can discover the organoleptic characteristics of Tuber magnatum Pico or the wines of the Langhe Roero and Monferrato area – with the Truffle Sensory Analysis and the Wine Tasting Experience […]

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+ Romagna, a taste of what we missed.

Romagna, a taste of what we missed.

Something to dream about, as we wait for the opportunity to travel again.  I have taken the information relevant to just one beautiful little town Brisighella in Emilia Romagna, to highlight just how many events , sacra’s, Festivals in Italy, take place across the year. And this is replicated in hundreds of villages around the […]

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+ My favorite wine region. Mount Etna. Sicily.

My favorite wine region. Mount Etna. Sicily.

​On our recent trip to Sicily, (November 2019) we were lucky enough to spend 4 days around the  Mt Etna wine region, and in my opinion, it is one of the most amazing wine regions in Italy I have ever visited. The micro-climates, volcanic soils and harsh terrain make for some really interesting wines.The wineries […]

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+ Wine Regions of Sicily. Tasca’s Tenuta Regaleali.

Wine Regions of Sicily. Tasca’s Tenuta Regaleali.

  Tenuta Regaleali is a very special wine estate in Sicily, very difficult to get into, as they limit the number of guests, and after all, this is their country home, so it’s who you know that will determine a stay here. Our luxury wine and food tour of Sicily spends time here, and I […]

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+ Five Best wine Experiences in Sicily

Five Best Wine Experiences in Sicily

1 The Etna Region 2 Tenuta Regaleali by the Tasca Family 3 Marsala 4 Planeta Wine Estates 5 Occhipinti  Mt Etna. Sicily is famous for producing wine with the Nero D’Avola grape, but many of the wineries on Mt. Etna focus on other grapes, such as the native grapes nerello mascalese and nerello cappuccio . […]

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+ Ragusa Sicily

Postcards from Sicily

Sicily, my new favorite destination in Italy.  A lot has changed in the 20 years that have passed since we initially travelled to Sicily. Most notably is the development of the wine industy, which means wine tasting holidays in Sicily, combined with the foodie experiences across this Italian Island are now a bucket list, must […]

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How much chocolate should you eat in Italy ?

. How much chocolate should you eat in Italy ? The answer, as much as you like. If you really need a reason to travel to Italy, this might help you make a decision.Renowned as one the biggest International Chocolate Festivals in the world, Eurochocolate is held in Perugia, a city popular for its Baci Perugina […]

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+ Wines Sicily

Postcards from Sicily

This luxury wine tour through Sicily would not have been possible a decade ago. Although Sicily still produces a greater percentage of white wines (thanks to Marsala) the real interest these days is the wonderful red wines, particularly those produced from nero d’avola grapes. The climate of Sicily is perfect for red wine production. Then […]

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Postcards from Puglia

Looking for wine and food experiences, food and wine tours in Italy? Tour Puglia in southern Italy. Here are some images from our tour through Puglia. see it all at Delicious Puglia.   for a list of Farmers Markets in Puglia click here for more information on wines of Puglia. click here More postcards from […]

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