Wine School Florence

A Brand-New Wine Experience in Florence, Italy On a small street running parallel to the Arno river in Florence, Italy sits the Palazzo Frescobaldi, the new headquarters for Wine School Florence. Wine School Florence opened its doors this…

Primitivo wine, a taste of Puglia

Chances are you have heard of Zinfandel – a black-skinned wine grape grown in California. But have you heard of its Italian cousin Primitivo? Genetically equivalent to the Croatian Crljenak Kaštelanski and Tribidrag grapes that were brought…

Bolgheri and Super Tuscans

The Best Tuscan Wines You Might Not Have Heard Of Everyone thinks Chianti when they think of drinking wine in Tuscany, right? You might imagine Italians enjoying the dolce vita as they sit on café terraces sipping from a lightly colored…

What is a good way to describe and taste Chianti?

Chianti wine tastes as rich and varied as the landscape itself, the sun-drenched slopes and gentle rolling hills allowing the Sangiovese grape to flourish to its full potential. Various sub-regions with their differing soils, climates and elevations…

What is Barbera wine?

Have you ever heard of Barbera wine? It is not as common outside of Italy as some of its more famous Italian counterparts, but that just means we have a lot to learn! Barbera grapes hail from the Piedmont region of Italy, in the northwestern…