Another winner from a little Chairman’s favorite.
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Pennsylvania’s state system, which is the butt of many jokes and complaints (including quite a few from yours truly), has come through with another intriguingly rare Italian varietal. Discovering wines like these is what makes the exploration of Italian wines so interesting; this one has it all: rarity, historical significance, and most importantly, flavor. Though […]
Piedirosso (literally “red feet”, for their red stalks) is a red grape native to Campania that’s more often used for blending than as a single varietal wine. It is, however, the sole grape in Lacryma Christi del Vesuvio Rosso, a famous red grown on the banks of Mount Vesuvius (but that’s another story for another […]