You know how Tuscany is practically a code for the Italian travel cliches of sun, charming locals, wine, and food? I’m betting
San Carlo's wine list is building up to 150 labels, with 10 by the glass, focused on regional wines of the north, not least
Grab a Cantillon 2010 Lou Pepe Gueuze and pair it with the housemade cheesecake topped with raspberries reduced in a framboise from the same famed brewery. The owner, Nino, and his staff have a firm motto they stand by: 'No Crap on Tap.' More and more Italians are living by it.
A few weeks ago, I headed up to Alba in search of the tartufo bianco, that coveted white truffle so hidden in the hard dirt of the Langhe region that finding even a small one is like striking gold, the edible kind.
This past summer I spent four days in Piedmont, the northern Italy wine region famous for Barolo and Barbaresco. I wanted
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"Dangereuse Curves" announced the sign as Ihsan swung the car around the gut-wrenching turns, making our way up the Swiss Alps to our appointment. We were meeting a raclette producer.
VinConnect is a mailing list to purchase wine, and get news about events, tours or tastings, directly from Borgogno, Clos de Tart and/or Pégaü. And this is just the beginning.
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