rosato

Negroamaro Rosato: the perfect wine for Thanksgiving?

If you’ve been following along here at the CanteleWines.com English-language blog, you know that I’m the blog’s “curator,” Do Bianchi aka Jeremy Parzen. For many posts, I translate Paolo Cantele’s posts from his corporate and personal blog. And I’ve also been translating posts from the Cantele Food Blogger Project (a wonderful series of recipes created […]

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Rosato and meatballs to die for in Houston, Texas

Ever since Pellegrino Artusi completed his landmark cookery book, The Science and Art of Eating Well in 1891, the fine art of great meatballs has become an obsession for chefs across the world. We recently sampled some of the best meatballs we’ve ever had at the newly opened Coppa Ristorante Italiano in Houston, Texas, where […]

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Shout out to St. Louis…

We just wanted to give a shout out to the folks in St. Louis who have been pouring our Rosato di Negroamaro at The Vino Gallery where Rachel Buehrer is at the top of her game when it comes to Italian wines. Here’s what River Front Times writer Holly Fann had to say about the […]

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Frisa at the Joyce Pub in Lecce

A frisa for lunch at the Joyce Pub in Lecce. The frisa is a traditional savory Pugliese biscuit that can be made generally from whole wheat or white flour (in this case, whole wheat, the prevalent version). The biscuit is gently soaked in water and then topped with a variety of ingredients. The classic toppings […]

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Saved from a muggy day in the City at Gramercy Tavern

Just try to imagine New York on one of those days when “the City” is hot, muggy, gridlocked, grouchy, and dirty. You’re on foot and you’re wearing a suit and tie. And your lugging a heavy wine bag around with you. Your head aches and your knee are tired. You head down a long stretch […]

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