A Sparkling Sicilian

There are many types of Italian sparkling wine, but they all can set the perfect mood for any celebration!

A Sparkling Sicilian2020-04-24T15:12:10+00:00

Expo 2015

Milano teems with life, currently preparing for the World's Fair (aka Expo) to be held right outside of city center in 2015. The feast begins in May and we will be ready. Will you?

Expo 20152020-04-24T15:14:51+00:00

The Wine Bus

Once upon a time in Campania, I was escorted, wined, and dined around this lush and beautiful region by the King himself!  Well, not the real king, but the monarch

The Wine Bus2020-04-24T15:32:23+00:00

Teatro del Silenzio

The virtually unknown Tuscan town of Lajatico has many unique perks: an odd name, prolific art from an eccentric designer, an immensely famous theater, and it's the birthplace of one of Italy's most beloved celebrities, Andrea Bocelli.

Teatro del Silenzio2014-05-21T01:01:47+00:00

Livon, the secret gem of Friuli

At my most recent Italian wine tasting, I immediately was confronted with a problem. After the first sip, I realized I had just destroyed my day of tasting.

Livon, the secret gem of Friuli2014-05-19T23:37:02+00:00

Chocolate Baci

Bacio, the Italian word for kiss (or baci which is kisses) famously lends its name to one of the most delicious and unique chocolates out there, made exclusively at the Perugina factory in Perugia, Umbria.

Chocolate Baci2014-05-09T00:44:28+00:00

Jet Lag

Jet Lag. We all get it, we all dislike it, and we all have our personal recipes of remedies and preventative measures to kill it until it dies. Now that I have triumphantly returned to the States, I present to you my top three ways to defeat it. Let it be noted that I am not a trained healthcare professional and these are simply awesome guidelines from me to you.

Jet Lag2014-05-07T18:59:15+00:00