My Own Italian Wine Reviews - First Quarter 2012

While I feel fine showcasing other people's wine articles, I'd like to give you the chance to read some of my own...

Every author feels that she or he is unique. I haven't seen a series of articles quite like mine. I love Italian wine and food and I writing a series on the wines and foods of Italy's twenty regions. That should keep me busy for some time, and I hope you'll join me on this journey. You may even find some bargains, I have. I am adding articles on a regular basis. Be sure to visit my other wine review series.

A Ruffino Chianti Classico

" ...Their seven Tuscany vineyards extend over 600 hectares (1500 acres)... "

A Ruffino Chianti Classico

An Abruzzi, Italy Sangiovese

" ...Chieti is in central Italy on the Adriatic coast; an area where 1500 year old posts show traces of wine... "

An Abruzzi, Italy Sangiovese (Under $10)

Revisiting A Sweet Kosher Italian White

" ...They make lots and lots of sparklers, even red ones, and a Chianti in a straw-colored bottle... "

Revisiting A Sweet Kosher Italian White (Under $10)

A Red Umbria, Italy Blend

" ...Be careful of Google's translation, at one point I read... "

A Red Umbria, Italy Blend (Under $10)

A Sicilian White Insolia

" ...originally valued as an aromatic ingredient in top-quality versions of the fortified wine Marsala, the Insolia grape is now produced as a varietal in its own right... "

A Sicilian White Insolia (Under $15)

An Umbrian Orvieto Classico

" ...Itís a popular wine made since the 50s that carries the more or less coveted DOC appellation... "

An Umbrian Orvieto Classico (Under $10)

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