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Tuscany or Toscana, as it is known in Italian, in central Italy is not only the country’s most important and well known wine region, it was also where the Renaissance movement began in the 14th century in the city of Florence. It covers a region

While not well known Sicilian Wines are well worth checking out.  Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean, home of ‘The Godfather’s’ Corleone family (there really is a village called Corleone) and Mount Etna, the most active volcano in Europe as well as one

Prosecco has become a worldwide phenomenon so much so that the supply cannot meet global demand. What is Prosecco and what is behind the success of this iconic sparkling wine from Italy? Prosecco is a refreshing, light, aromatic sparkling wine with a citrusy flavour with a hint

Rome is one of the most popular weekend break destinations for tourists.  So when buying Italian wine, which should you ask for when sitting in a Roman piazza?  Italian wines can be superb but it can be complicated to understand the grape varieties and regions. The