Florence, or Firenze, is without doubt one of the world’s most beautiful cities architecturally speaking. Well, the surroundings hills aren’t so bad either when I think about it – and the rivers flowing through. Still, there’s a reason why the historic centre of Florence was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO more than 30 years [...]
You like Sicilian wine? Lava love? Then you’ve come to the right place. In 2012 I have put extra focus on Sicily, a region I just love and especially focusing on the Etna wines. There’s more to be found on the site’s Facebook page. For links, click the Follow Me tag to the right.
In 2012, Wine Virtuosity focuses on wines from Austria, Greece, Hungary, Portugal and Sicily. If you like my posts then perhaps you’d like to check out the site’s page at Facebook as well? Links in the Follow Me tag to the right. Welcome!
It’s been a while since the last Sicilian post. Not that [...]
What can I say? What can I write? There is no way I can give [...]
Can’t claim I’m a fan of expressions such as the “Nebbiolo of Etna” or “Barolo of the south”. But then again I suppose [...]
Can you judge a wine’s quality based on how quickly the bottle is emptied? I mean; it must be the best grade a wine can receive right? But then again, you could be mean and say it [...]
I haven’t. Chosen side. Should I go for the guys who follows the phases of the moon, the biodynamics, or should I stick to the empirical track and what we know, we know? Perhaps [...]
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