If you love Prosecco, you’ll want to explore the 50-mile Prosecco Wine Road (La Strada del Prosecco) in the Veneto region of Italy.
Sparkling rosé wine was once a fleeting summer infatuation. But for an increasing number of wine lovers, it’s become a lingering four-season passion. Why? The wine is light, fresh, fruity, and eminently drinkable. Beloved for its versatility, it’s a delightful aperitif, perhaps paired with charcuterie or oysters, but it can also be enjoyed throughout a…
A recent article in the industry publication Beverage Daily by Alex Green noted that although they’re not new, wine miniatures are experiencing a heyday. Coincidentally, when we recently visited one of our local wine shops, we noticed for the first time that Mionetto Prosecco DOC Treviso Brut was being sold there in miniature wine bottles….
Home mixologists will find an infinite number of recipes for rosé spritz cocktails and with a bit of creativity can develop their own.
The Rosautoctono (the Italian Native Rosé Wine Institute) is spearheading a national movement to promote Italy’s pink (rosa) wines.
These five romantic Italian wines come from different regions and offer different taste profiles but all can make Valentine’s Day special.
During this pandemic, besides having enough paper towels and toilet paper, we’ve been making sure a few bottles of Prosecco are chilling in the fridge.
Purists say there are no real alternatives to Champagne in terms of its rich, complex flavor, celebratory traditions—and cachet—but think again!
A Zonin Prosecco tasting at home gave us the chance to sip and savor a bit of Italy.