Month: May 2015

4 Classic Italian Dishes That You’ve Got To Try!

4 Classic Italian Dishes That You’ve Got To Try!

May 28, 2015

Who doesn’t love Italian food! In fact Elizabeth Gilbert from ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ spent her entire stay in Italy eating different kinds of Italian foods and feeding her soul. It not only taught her a lot about life but a lot about herself as well. Italian cuisine is influenced by culture, history and traditions, along with seasonal changes. No Italian meal is complete without wine so we have picked out 4 of the most summery healthier versions of classic Italian foods that you should try this season. 1. Prosciutto Calzones with Red Pepper and Fontina Flavorful and aromatic prosciutto ingratiates… read more
The Chianti Classico

The Chianti Classico

May 26, 2015

If you have tried our Chianti Classico and have liked it, chances are that you want to know a little bit more about the Chianti Classico in general. Chianti Classico is mainly produced from Sangiovese grapes along with a small portion of the Merlot. It is considered one of the most admired red wines in the United States. It is known for its dryness and its ability to pair up with a wide variety of foods. Chianti Classico is called Chianti because it is made in the Chianti region in Tuscany. This area in central Italy is known for its… read more
The all-Italian grappa – varieties, history and more

The all-Italian grappa – varieties, history and more

May 25, 2015

The famous Grappa is a unique Italian drink. The all Italian Grappa is traditionally made using pomace, discarded seeds of grapes and stems and stalks that are normally a byproduct of the entire wine making process. The famous Italian Grappa has been popular since the late middle ages. Also known as the ‘firewater’, the Italian Grappa has been Italy’s favorite drink for ages. Italians are famous for adding this strong drink to make their espressos even stronger. They call it correcting their espresso. Do not forget to try the famous caffè corretto the next time you go to Italy. Grappa… read more