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Hey there! After yet another inexplicably protracted absence, I’m back! And today I’ve got three wines to review: wines that hail from my favorite shoe-shaped wine-producing country of all time, Italy. You may remember Italy from World War II, The Jersey Shore Season 4, or perhaps even my past reviews – Italian wine is, in fact, my favorite, and I tend to drink it pretty frequently. But this marks the first time I’ve received press samples from […]

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Those of you who know me, or have read my blog before, or intend to finish reading this sentence know that I’m a passionate proponent of Piedmontese wines. Apart from being home to my favorite grape of all, the oft-reviewed Nebbiolo, Piedmont is known primarily for Dolcetto and Barbera, the former of which you can read my thoughts on here, and the latter of which you can read about…well, here here. Barbera, like Nebbiolo and Dolcetto, is […]

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