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Oct. 31, 2014 Issue  :  Alphabetical Listing

Sicily Alphabetical Listing

Posted: October 31, 2014  

Oct. 31, 2014 Issue  :  Features

The ABCs of Sicily

Posted: October 31, 2014  By Alison Napjus

Oct. 31, 2014 Issue  :  Features

Recommended Wines From Sicily

Posted: October 31, 2014  By Alison Napjus

Oct. 31, 2014 Issue  :  Features

Sicilian Standouts

Seven producers that are setting the pace for progress

Posted: October 31, 2014  By Robert Camuto, Alison Napjus

Oct. 31, 2014 Issue  :  Alphabetical Listing

Tuscany Alphabetical Listing

Posted: October 31, 2014  

Oct. 31, 2014 Issue  :  Features

Umbria Time

Led by a group of notable winemakers, Tuscany's lesser-known neighbor is stirring up a scene in the heart of Italy

Posted: October 31, 2014  By Robert Camuto

Oct. 31, 2014 Issue  :  Tasting Reports

Local Hero

While Tuscany continues its success with international grape varieties, indigenous Sangiovese is on the rise

Posted: October 31, 2014  By Bruce Sanderson

Oct. 31, 2014 Issue  :  Features

Renaissance in Sicily

Wine culture is reborn, fueled by passion, perseverance and distinctive bottlings from around the island

Posted: October 31, 2014  By Alison Napjus

News & Features  :  News & Features

Ageworthy Amarone: A Vertical Tasting from Masi

Owner Raffaele Boscaini pours four vintages spanning 30 years

Posted: October 21, 2014  By Robert Taylor

News & Features  :  News & Features

How Antinori Changed the Face of Tuscany

Super Tuscans Tignanello and Solaia redefined Italian wine

Posted: October 21, 2014  By Tim Fish

News & Features  :  Tasting Highlights

17 Affordable Italian Reds

New reviews of Nebbiolo, Dolcetto and Barbera from Piedmont

Posted: October 17, 2014  By Bruce Sanderson

Blogs  :  Bruce Sanderson Decanted

Phenomenal Nebbiolo

The 2010 vintage in Barolo is delivering on its early promise

Posted: October 13, 2014  By Bruce Sanderson

To date, I have tasted more than 100 Barolos from the 2010 vintage. I was very excited about the vintage after visiting the region in November 2013. My tastings of the young 2010s, either from cask or bottle, indicated fabulous potential. The '10s appeared to be a hybrid of 2004, 2006 and 2008, offering purity, elegance, balance and complexity. The best should have the ability to age for decades.

News & Features  :  Tasting Highlights

20 Intriguing Wines from Italy

New reviews of diverse Italian bottlings, most for $25 or less

Posted: October 10, 2014  By Alison Napjus

Learn Wine  :  Ask Dr. Vinny

If the Cabernet Sauvignon grape makes Cabernet Sauvignon wine, how does the Sangiovese grape make both Chianti and Brunello?

Posted: October 1, 2014  

News & Features  :  Unfiltered

Livio Felluga's 100th Birthday Bash

Plus, Young Jeezy in a Champagne bottle battle, golfer Cristie Kerr's charity wine drive and a robot "mini-mouth" that tastes wine

Posted: September 25, 2014  

News & Features  :  Tasting Highlights

9 Food-friendly Italian Reds

New reviews of Dolcettos from the Piedmont region

Posted: September 19, 2014  By Bruce Sanderson

News & Features  :  News

Is Being Sustainable Worth It for Wineries?

New research finds wineries think sustainability pays, even if it's unclear that consumers value it

Posted: September 16, 2014  By Liz Thach

News & Features  :  Tasting Highlights

13 Fascinating Reds and Whites from Italy

New reviews of Sagrantino, Sangiovese and more from the Umbria region

Posted: September 12, 2014  By Alison Napjus

News & Features  :  News

Tuscan Wine Region Montalcino Rocked by Fraud Allegations

A winery consultant stands accused of falsely identifying Sangiovese as Brunello di Montalcino

Posted: September 10, 2014  By Bruce Sanderson

Blogs  :  Bruce Sanderson Decanted

Enjoying the Fruits of Tuscany’s Bounty

Delicious produce, pasta and salume abound among the region’s rolling hills and hilltop towns

Posted: September 9, 2014  By Bruce Sanderson

I'm typically in Tuscany in late March or April, when its abundant bounty of fruit and vegetables is in its earlier stages of development, so it was a welcome change to spend a week there in late August.

Every meal was a delight of fresh, local products, from ripe, juicy and flavorful tomatoes, succulent peaches, plums and apricots, zucchini, carrots, beans and local herbs. Even better that most of the dishes were accompanied by tangy olive oil and washed down with (mostly) local wines.

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