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International Versus Indigenous Wine Grapes: The Case of Sicily

What gets you to explore wines made from unfamiliar grapes? How do you discover something new? Sicily is an interesting case as an island full of indigenous grapes as well as plenty of wine made from non-native, better-known grapes like Chardonnay, Cabernet, and Syrah. I had these questions in mind when I conducted a phone [...]

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Get to Know The Authors of “The World of Sicilian Wine”

Much of the joy that comes from visiting a part of the world I love is getting to meet like-minded people along the way who enrich my experience. This was most definitely the case in Sicily, when on the final day of a recent stay I got some quality lunch and dinnertime conversation in with [...]

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25 Instagram Accounts to Follow If You Love Wine

Are you a fan of Instagram and wine? Get ready to be happy. Over on Grape Collective, I helped select 25 accounts for you to follow if you love wine. Check out the list: Top 25 Wine Instagrams What I’d like to say about those selected is that when you peruse these Instagram accounts, you’re [...]

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