Quality Italian, the relatively new Italian steakhouse in Cherry Creek has become known for its elegantly prepared, meat-heavy menu, sophisticated ambiance and refined service. Since opening in March 2017 the spot has rapidly established itself as a Cherry Creek favorite, garnering a growing flock of dedicated regulars, some even taking the time to...

For the ninth year, Redwood City’s Donato Enoteca is hosting its grand wine and food celebration featuring 100 different Italian wines. Enoteca100 Estate features some of Italy’s best Barolo, Brunello and refreshing rose wines paired with Executive Chef Donato Scotti’s regional Italian cuisine focused on simple, local and fresh ingredients. Think s...

You might think that with a bottle of fermented grape juice, drinkability comes as standard equipment.   But, it just ain’t so. And what exactly is drinkability, anyway? Many of Italy’s wines are first and foremost food wines. That is to say, components of many Italian wines - acidity, tannins, etc. - are such that the wines not only compliment foo...

Non ci sono solo gli States nel Nord America. Noi siamo partiti dal Canada (precisamente da Vancouver e Toronto, proprio nei giorni del 44esimo vertice del G7 in Québec), per un giro in Nord America con il tradizionale roadshow in compagnia delle migliori cantine nostrane – tra degustazioni per addetti ai lavori e masterclass - per spostarci poi (p...

The largest food and wine fair in the U.S. devoted exclusively to Italian wines and food products, producers, and gastronomic traditions.  Now in its fifth year, Taste of Italy Houston™ is the largest food and wine fair in the U.S. devoted exclusively to Italian wines and food products, producers, and gastronomic traditions. More than 550 people at...

Una bottiglia di Prosecco DOC - informa T&F di Valdobbiadene presente a NY per aver organizzato l’evento - protagonista dell’asta di beneficenza, è stata valutata durante la serata presenziata anche dal Direttore del Consorzio di Tutela del Prosecco DOC, Luca Giavi. La bottiglia, unico esemplare nel suo genere, dipinta dai ragazzi colpiti dalla sin...

Collecting wine can involve complex bidding wars on rare entities with nebulous certificates of authenticity (yeesh). Or it can be as simple as carefully choosing bottles and storing them properly. If you want to dip your toes into the collection pool, start with Italian wine. Sure, there are over 20 regions, and each region is its own “country” of...

The island of Sardinia has much to offer tourists, from its postcard-perfect azure sea to its luxury summer locales, which are full for three months every year. However, this island of the Nuraghe and of myrtle-scented sunsets has much more to offer, and the discovery of its endless flavors and culture can be enjoyed 365 days a year with the people...

When it comes to Italian sparkling wine, people typically think first of Prosecco. Hailing from a swath of northeastern Italy, Prosecco producers have successfully marketed sparkling wine to the masses, in very high volumes, at a fraction of the price of Champagne. Bubbles for everyone! So what happens to the areas of Italy that have set out to mak...

Pairing food with wine can be daunting. On the one hand, there’s science. Those who take that route will pore over acid matches and all that. But in the simplest terms, the best way to pair foods and wines is to remember one helpful rhyme: what grows together goes together. Translation? Eat foods grown and prepared in the same geographic areas as y...