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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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It’s no secret that drinking alone is pretty great. You don’t have to worry about boring bullcrap like etiquette, or being ‘PC’; whatever you’re consuming is guaranteed to be entirely for you; and best of all, there’s no one to take away your keys at the end of the night. The thing about wine, though, is that having multiple palates team up on a bottle can actually work to your advantage, because many fermented mysteries require more […]

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I came to a startling realization the other day: I’ve now reviewed over a dozen wines on my incredible blog, and not a single one has come from Italy – perhaps my favorite country of them all, when it comes to wine production. You don’t have to worry though, because I’m about to rectify the situation; and yes, this will be accomplished in one of the more delicious ways available to me. Italy: a land of delectable […]

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