Category Archives: Italy

Masi Rosa dei Masi
Italy
August 30, 2019

Masi Rosa dei Masi

Last weekend we traveled to Sherbrooke, Quebec for our second family party we have dubbed Canada, Eh?  This gathering brings together both sides of our family to celebrate the birthdays of my step-daughter and mother-in-law. Activities include: water volleyball, badminton, beer pong (wine pong for Read More >>

Banfi Belnero Proprietor’s Reserve 2007
Italy
November 26, 2016

Banfi Belnero Proprietor’s Reserve 2007

A few years ago I received a sample of Banfi Belnero Proprietor’s Reserve and was instantly impressed.  Out of all the wines from Banfi I had tried in my opinion this one was the best based on my personal taste.  As always when I am Read More >>

Wine Around Italy-Our Italian Honeymoon
Italy
January 30, 2016

Wine Around Italy-Our Italian Honeymoon

  For me nothing compares to Italy.  I love the sites and tastes that a trip to this beautiful country offers and have been extremely fortunate to visit on three separate occasions.  Our last trip was in October for a 10 day honeymoon with stays Read More >>

Col Di Sasso from Banfi
Italy
November 22, 2012

Col Di Sasso from Banfi

On this Thanksgiving I have a lot to be thankful for.  We made it home from Italy right before Hurricane Sandy and even though we are currently displaced we were able to secure our belongings and we have a home to return to once the Read More >>

Italy
November 7, 2010

Eataly Visit/Arnaldo Caprai Montefalco Rosso

I recently visited Eataly in NYC, the closest you can get to all things Italian without hopping on an airplane.  A combination of Italian market and food hall, Eataly is located at 200 5th Avenue between 23rd and 24th Street.  The  creation of celebrity chefs Read More >>

France
July 18, 2010

City Winery

This summer I had the opportunity to attend two wine and cheese pairing classes at City Winery in NYC.  Located at 155 Varick Street, City Winery is the first fully functioning winery in Manhattan and was founded by Michael Dorf.  His vision was to create Read More >>