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Don Angie – A Modern Touch for Classic Italian Cuisine

When I heard about Don Angie – a New Italian, husband & wife pasta joint in West Village, I had no doubt it was exactly what I was looking for. Scott Tacinelli and Angie Rito give traditional Italian cuisine a little twist, not only in terms of style and representation but also flavor and ingredients of their playful dishes, combining Italian heritage with modern innovation.

Five Wine Books for Beginners to Start Your Wine Journey

When it comes to learning about wine, there is a plenty of wine books out there to choose from.

If you are a beginner who is fascinated about wine and want to learn about it, or maybe you just want to feel more confident when choosing wine for your next barbeque or a romantic dinner, this blog post is for you. I selected 5 wine books that will help you to choose wine with confidence and to drink with joy.

Orange is a New Red

Have you ever wondered what Orange Wine is?       

In short,  it’s a white wine made like red. It’s made from white grapes only. The juice is left in contact with the grape skins and seeds in a vessel. Oxidation and a long skin contact the wine creates a deep orange-hued wine with a very particular taste. Learn what orange wine tastes like, how to pair it with food and serve. Here is your orange wine guide with wine recommendations.

Holiday Guide to Better Bubbles

With Christmas and New Year’s approaching, we are all trying to stock our home bars for parties, family dinners or just for ourselves to feel the festive cheer this holiday season. But what a better way to toast Christmas than with a glass of bubbly? Here is your holiday guide to fabulous sparkling wines from around the world that deliver great quality and flavor at a reasonable price.

Portugal Wine Travel Guide

When learning about wine I try to focus on one country at a time. I’ve been recently obsessed with Portuguese wine, so it is no surprise Portugal became number one destination on my bucket list.

Before going there I knew very little about Portuguese wine, but this is the whole idea of travel for me – to learn wine by strolling through the vineyards, meeting winemakers, tasting wine, pairing it with local food and further exploring wine culture and tradition.