Limoncello or Limoncino is one of Italy’s most popular liquors. It is produced throughout the country and sold in nearly every Italian grocery store. Preparing your own limoncello at home is not difficult at all and tastes better than any of the mass-produced ones.
Another month has almost come to an end and it’s time for Vino in Love’s end of the month Mini Reviews. June’s edition covers 17 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.
In this post, we’ll continue at taking a closer look at the Tuscan Maremma. Earlier this week, the subject was Bulichella Winery which is located just outside the medieval town Suvereto on the Etruscan coast. Suvereto is one of the many wine-producing towns in the Maremma just like Scansano which is the topic of today’s
“Tuscany is a land with fertile soils and beautiful wines.” This statement is especially true for the wines from Bulichella which call the Tuscan Maremma their home.
Earlier this week, I gave you some recommendations for white wines which should be on your to-drink list this summer. Today it’s all about chilled red wine.
It’s hot these days in Munich with temperatures of about 30°C. This dwelling heat is perfect for fresh summer wines. Below is a list of wines which I recommend for this warm period of the year.
San Leonardo is a red wine from the Trentino-Alto Adige region in Italy which has been recommended to me by friends and fellow wine lovers alike. Some praised it as one of the best Italian reds. Others described it to me as mind-blowing. So my expectations were obviously quite high. Were they met? Below are my thoughts on San