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    Southern Italian Wines take Center Stage at Radici del Sud

    Showcasing Southern Italy While most people are familiar with the wines of Central Italy and Tuscany (Chianti, Brunello di Montalcino, Super Tuscans, Trebbiano, etc.) and those of Northern Italy (Barolo, Barbaresco, Amarone, etc.), the wines of Southern Italy are lesser known. The fact that Italy has over 500 grape varieties, making it that much more challenging. Yet, winemakers, wine tasters, journalists and many others are doing their part to promote wines of the south.  Radici del Sud is one such organization. Since 2005, Radici del Sud endeavors to shine the spotlight on Southern Italy by featuring wines produced from native grapes in Puglia, Basilicata, Campania, Calabria and Sicily.  Radici del…

  • food and wine,  Molise,  travel

    Molise Food & Wine: Sausage & Tomato Herbed Focaccia with #Biferno Rosso

    Meet Molise: This Petite Region Packs a Punch Courtesy of  Babbo NYC Petite, small, tiny.  These words have been used to describe, Molise–the second smallest region in Italy. Mo-who?  Well, Molise, is appropriately referred to as the “belly button” of Italy, because it’s just that. Molise is a tucked away, hidden even, lesser known region of south central Italy, positioned with Abruzzo in the north, Campagnia in the south, Lazio to the West and Puglia to the East. Molise’s two major cities are Campobasso (also its capital) and Isernia.  As Molise has a small coastline along the Adriatic, Termoli serves as the main port, is home to a picturesque beach resort…

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