This is a repost from last year. April officially marks the start of the warm weather season. Limoncello is one of Italy’s most popular digestifs – it’s delicious and easy to prepare at home. Why don’t you give it a try?
Author Archives: Julian Rossello
In today’s post we’ll take a closer look at the hilly coastal region of Liguria in northwestern Italy which boasts some of the country’s finest food like the world famous pesto genovese, Liguria’s tasty basil pesto. The region is also home to stunning white and sweet wines which are often overlooked. Wine from the Gulf of Poets is at the center of today’s article.
In the first of two posts, I give you an overview of the region and its most important appellations. My tasting notes follow in a separate post.
Earlier this week, we took a closer look at one of Sicily’s hidden treasures: 2007 Gulfi Nerobufaleffj. We are staying in Sicily a little longer for today’s review which features an Etna red wine from a highly interesting wine maker: Salvo Foti.
If you are a regular reader of Vino in Love then you might know that I enjoy the wines from Trabucchi d’Illasi. Today we will take a look at their 2007 San Colombano Valpolicella Superiore.
Another month has almost come to an end and it’s time for Vino in Love’s end of the month Mini Reviews. July’s edition covers 16 wines. Most of these I tasted with friends and family; others I received as samples. A few of them may be more difficult to find than others. As always, I’d love to hear your thoughts on them!