The volcano man; that’s me. I guess I have no-one but myself to blame. If you’re a fan of Madeira wine, Etna and Santorini, one kind of merits the epithet. Thus, no surprise when I was asked to conduct an Etna tasting!
The Nerello Mascalese based wines of Etna can hardly be placed in [...]
Muncibeddu. There’s something sinister, almost ominous in that name. At least if you don’t speak or understand Sicilian. It means beautiful mountain. Now, that isn’t threatening at all, au contraire, which is a bit confusing considering the volcano is the most active in Europe. Last eruption? Well, how about January this year. When standing [...]
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