Post more on this blog! Sorry we have been so AWOL around here lately. Very busy time of the year for my business, plus the holidays. My in-laws are visiting from the states too and we spent a few days in Rome last week with them. I was surprised by the lack of Wifi spots in Rome - maybe it was just poor planning on my part or we were just in the wrong part of the city but I couldn't find anywhere to get on line with my lap top.
I am also planning on posting more about wine. We have a bottle of 2001 Tignanello that we are planning to have with Christmas dinner - I will take notes on that one! The Wine Spectator has it's Top 100 list out and there are several Tuscan and Italian wines on that list. I just got a couple bottles of the below for Christmas Eve dinner:
"#72 Cantina Terlano Pinot Bianco Alto Adige Classico Terlaner 2003 91 / $18 • Alto Adige
Cooperative wineries abound in Italy's northeastern region of Alto Adige, and Cantina Terlano, in operation since 1893, is one of the best. This Pinot Bianco is sourced from the co-op's 100-or-so associated growers in the Terlano area, just north of Bolzano. Like all the wines in the value-priced classico range, it's made entirely in stainless steel. 6,000 cases made."