Con l’arrivo della scrittura digitale lo stile corsivo ha subito uno strano destino. Sullo schermo appare un po’ seghettato e in alcune font si piega di lato fino all’inverosimile. Per questo se ne raccomanda un uso parsimonioso.
Via Stefano KaliFire
In 2008, Tabberer produced her first book about falling in love with this seductive stretch of Italian coastline that runs from Vietri to Positano. My Amalfi Coast was a highly praised and highly personal travel guide that couldn't fit all she knew about the food of the area. So she saved her recipes for her just-released second book, Amalfi Coast Recipes, a picture-perfect showcase of the region's wonderful produce and endearing personalities, who happen to be her friends.
If you are searching for somewhere a little bit different for a sailing holiday, you should take a look at what the Aeolian Islands have to offer.This Italian archipelago is home to some of Europe's most beautiful scenery and also has the added kudos of exclusivity.
While it is not one of the Mediterranean's major tourism destinations, the area has been recognised for its stunning landscape and environmental importance. It has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to it being "an outstanding record of volcanic island-building and destruction, and ongoing volcanic phenomena".
Beautiful historic stone manor in Tuscany from 17th century, warm color schemes and rustic design. Mixing brilliant paints and bold fabrics, the stylish linens matriarch displays Dede Pratesi’s signature flair at this historic stone manor. Tuscan-style decorating is never short on drama or elegance.
Throughout the years of Interior Design, styles have evolved, changed, or vanished all together, – but a Tuscan Interior Design remains as timeless today as it.
Find recipes for Lemon Gelato and other View All recipes. Get all the best recipes at Taste of Home. Recipe directions: In a small heavy saucepan, heat milk to 175°; stir in sugar until dissolved. Whisk a small amount of hot mixture into egg yolks.
Via Jayden Kowago
You are in one of the most romantic cities in the world but your other half isn’t!
Is this a problem? “Not at all!” would be my answer.
While of course I would have loved Neill to have been there to share with me all the wonderful things I did in Rome, being on my own did have some advantages.
For starters, travelling on your own gives you the flexibility to do exactly what you want, when you want and at the pace you want. The result is you get a lot more done and I was there to work after all although, I’ll admit, researching Rome’s food and wine didn’t really feel like work!
Secondly, I was far too busy to be lonely and I met lots of really interesting people so I had plenty of opportunities to chatter away to my heart’s content.
While it is no surprise that the historic centers of Rome and Florence are designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Central Italy, here are 7 more remarkable sites in Lazio, Umbria, Le Marche and of course Tuscany.
Umani Rochi, the small yet well-known producer from Abruzzo and Le Marche fame, from the center of eastern Italy, facing the Adriatic, sponsored a luncheon for a select group of wine journalists at Mario Batali’s highly-rated Del Posto restaurant in New York City.
Sure, I can write about the food: Lobster Fra Diavolo, Garganelli Verdi al Ragu Bolognese and New York Strip Steak with creamed potato torta, spinach and Calabrian spicy tongue followed by Torta di Cioccolato.
But I won’t.
What I would like to write about is the amazing and really reasonably-priced wines from Umani Rochi that should be in your house as well as the numerous restaurants that feature more than just Italian food.
I felt uncomfortable that I knew so little about the vineyard and its wine-making history. What I learned was that Umani Ronchi was founded in the 1950’s by the Bianchi-Bernetti families.
Today, the 500-plus-acre estate is solely owned by the Bernetti family. Massimo and Michele, his son and visionary for the day, run the estate, which comprises 10 distinct plots, each with unique characteristics, respecting and making the most of the terroir and indigenous vines of Le Marche and Abruzzo.
International varieties, including Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, are part of the future for the vineyard.
In the 1990s, Massimo Bernetti set his goals to extend the vineyards and improve the quality of the wines. New plots and consultation with experts and academic institutions helped Umani Ronchi discover the future.
That is when Michele came aboard. The future is now thanks to Michele and his efforts.
Michele has refurbished the winery and now focuses on experimental agronomy vineyard care that includes advanced techniques of cultivation and vinification, with a goal of producing only wines of the highest quality.
The 2009 “Vecchie Vigne” won the “White Wine of the Year” award from Gambero Rosso, only showcasing the steps and measures taken by Michele Bernetti and his father, Massimo, prove 30-year-old Verdicchio vines can compete with the best of them.
Success and extremely high-quality wines at reasonable prices have made Umani Ronchi a special commodity for those in the know.
The wines from Umani Roche are easy to recommend, as all of the wines I have tasted fall into a special category — buy the name of the vineyard (in this case, Umani Ronchi), and you will be overly pleased.
My recommendations include Verdecchio Castelli Di Jesu Classico Reserva 2007. This over-the-top wine shows a combination of oak, apricots and spice on the palate that create an expression of significant depth.
The 2007 Vecchie Vigne, once an aperitif wine, is a serious wine that has aging potential. Only 16,000 bottles are produced yearly with this possible futuristic Noble grape (Verdecchio).
Tuscan treasures. Gorgeous homes in the Italian countryside.
Under the burning Tuscan sun roll marvelous hills, vineyards, olive groves—all postcard-perfect landscapes nestling medieval towns, rural villas, and contadino farmhouses, endless niches of dreamy dwellings exuding all the charm for which the region is revered. We've tracked down the best examples of such havens—from the typical to the surprising—to paint a warm-hued picture of the look and feel of Tuscan living. Inspiration abounds from these pages of achingly beautiful homes; who knows—maybe you can bring the magic of Tuscany to your corner of the world.
Crispy bacon and sauteed onions and garlic are tossed with cooked spaghetti, beaten eggs and a generous measure of Parmesan cheese. The heat from the pan and the hot pasta will cook the eggs and melt the cheese.
Via Jayden Kowago
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My motto has always been that you don’t have to spend a lot of money on wine to drink well. Over the last year I have tasted many excellant Italian white wines that are under $20. Here is a list ...
Pecorino 2009 Offida DOC 100% Pecorino Saladini Pilastri. The vineyard is 4 hectares at 150 meters with gravelly soil and east/northeast exposure. Training system is vertical shoot-positioned trellis, and there are 4,200 plants/ha. The harvest takes place in the middle of September and the grapes are organically farmed. Temperature controlled fermentation for 20 days. This is a wine with floral and herbal undertones and nice citrus aromas and flavors. $14.99
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