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  • I am a an artist who loves to travel with my wife to food and wine rich parts of the world. Our favorites are California and Italy. We are about to explore the southern part of Italy from Rome down to the Amalfi Coast this summer and I expect to grow my Italian wine selections.My art website is where you can find out more... Read More

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  • Wine's great, food's at least as good, air and views and general environment even top them. Crazy crowded in the summertime, but if you go just before or just after (like April/May or Sept./Oct.; most hotels, etc. close by Nov. 1, though there are a few exceptions) numbers drop way off. Plan on going a couple of times to the area between Sorrent... Read More

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  • Ian Cauble often has interesting wines at his Somm Select site. Today's offering really hit home for me, since I've had it several times locally, and have hiked, climbed, driven, dived, sailed and boated the coast he describes many times before. Fell in love with the area, including Furore (named after the 'furor' of the waves on the rocks), lon... Read More

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  • Met with Cinzia Travaglini and Antonia from Palm Bay Imports for a dinner and tasting at Gugino Restaurant in Tribeca the other night. Cinzia tasted me on her most current vintages of the great Travaglini line-up. We started out with their Nebbiolo Coste dell Sesia, their basic most intry level wine from Travaglini .. But it is anything but entr... Read More

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  • Hi snooth members!Buongiorno! How rude of me not to introduce myself sooner! I am so honored to be a part of the mentor program for specializing in the PIemonte region.I was raised in both Sonoma and Napa and at 22 years old randomly found myself plopped into an unknown land... Piemonte, Italy. Little did I know this place was a mecca for wines!... Read More

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  • I'll be in Italy in a little over a week, and i'm just starting to plan logistics for the few days i'll have over there.  I will be on a cruise, so the ports are Naples, Florence/Pisa, and Rome.  Would be most interested in seeing Tuscany here on my first trip to Italy, but i'm also concerned that from Florence/Pisa, I could be spending up to ar... Read More

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  • Marisa Cuomo Costa d'Amalfi Ravello 2007


    My friend, with whom I had a bottle of this at Beretta last night, said that he's been to this winery, and that this wine "tastes like the air on the Amalfi coast." I can see that. It's dry, but with body; it's rich yet not cloying; it's not sweet without being mineraly. I handed a glass to an Australian friend who said it had a tang; I don't... Read More

    Wine review by n0r1

  • Last night I enjoyed a very nice 2008 Cantina del Taburno Falanghina. It was exactly what I enjoy about young Italian whites - it was crisp, lightly floral and with the barest hint of effervesence. I don't know anything about Falanghina though, and my reference books were not much help. Friends have this wine imported from his home town in Italy... Read More

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  • Hi everyone - we are heading to Italy in mid October for our honeymoon.  Of course, our focus will be on the wines. ;)Any recommendations on regions, wineries, routes, etc?   We will be going for two weeks and right now the plans include the Amalfi Coast, Umbria, and Piedmont.  However, nothing has been booked yet so we are open to any and a... Read More

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