The Evolution of Prosecco in America

      It seems that overnight Prosecco has become a sensation in America. No longer relegated to what you mix in your mimosa, these wines have evolved from an obscure grocery shelf to one you seek out at the wine store.   There’s a reason – we now have much more accessibility to the […]

Val d’Oca: Prosecco in its Pure Form

Vendemmia Val D'Oca

      Photo Credit: Mattia Mionetto   Prosecco. It’s often known as key ingredient for mimosas, bellini’s, spritzes or fizzes.  But if you really look at authentic Prosecco — beyond what lines grocery store shelves in America — you’ll discover that it can be delicious, well-priced and will make you want to hold the […]

Another Edition of the Round Up of Wine: Six Countries, Twenty Four Wines

Round Up of Wine

It’s time for another wine round up column filled with some of my favorite samples.  This time I tried 46 wines from six countries with 24 making the cut today. Sparkling NV Ferrari Rose Sparking – I’ve had the amazing opportunity of visiting Ferrari back in April.  To read more, click here.  Ferrari Trento was […]