“Guido Oppizzi immigrated to America from Italy only three years ago, bringing a deep love for traditional cooking from his homeland,” writes Rebecca Horigan for the Santa Barbara weekly Santa
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It’s that time of the year again when wine writers across the United States will begin posting and publishing their “Thanksgiving wine recommendations.” And inevitably, many of them will start
If you’ve ever spent any time in Venice, you’ve probably spent some time in a bacaro (BAH-kah-roh) or cicchetteria (chee-keht-teh-REE-ah). The nearly interchangeable terms refer to the classic Venetian wine
The Prosecco DOCG harvest 2019 came to an end last week. Those are some of the very last bunches to be picked in the photo above. All of the fruit
Italy’s most celebrated food magazine, the historic La Cucina Italiana launched its new English-language edition this week at Eataly in New York. And when you pick up your copy of
We are thrilled to share the news that Villa Sandi Prosecco DOCG Cartizze La Rivetta has been awarded the Tre Bicchieri (Three Glasses) award by the editors of the Gambero