There was an article recently in the New York Times talking about how wine is a joy. There is nowhere where this is more true than in Italy. Italy produces more wine than any other country. From the Alpine provinces of the far north to sun baked Sicily, Italy’s wine country regions produce some of the worlds finest bottles. The Italian peninsula and her Islands have been producing wines since the time of the Etruscans. When the Greeks arrived in what is now Italy, they brought seeds from across the Adriatic sea and wine production flourished under the Roman empire. Under Roman law, during this time, growing and producing wine outside of the borders of Italy was prohibited There are nineteen wine producing regions in Italy’s wine country. From North to South – here is a list. Aosta Valley Piedmont Liguria Lombardy Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol Friuli-Venezia Giulia Veneto […]
"Definitely recommend the Dolce Vita Tour for a first time trip to Italy."
Let me start by saying we had a wonderful and memorable trip to Italy. October is a great time to travel to Italy, however how can you not have a great time in Italy at any time of the year. Chandra and I had a great time on...
Lathika & Chandra Nair (Mount Sinai, NY)
Dolce Vita Tour, October 2011