GUIDE TO ITALIAN WINES is a bi-monthly publication aimed at the trade and consumers who love Italian wine and want to stay abreast of the latest trends in the Italian wine industry. Each issue will feature reviews of wines in various price ranges from the length and breadth of Italy. From Barolo and Barbaresco in the north to Chianti Classico and Brunello in Toscana in central Italy to Greco di Tufo and Taurasi in the south, you will find information on the latest releases. Other products, such as olive oil, cheese and spirits such as limoncello and grappa will also be reviewed.
A subscription to GUIDE TO ITALIAN WINES is $40 for six bi-monthly issues. To subscribe, please make out a check for $40 (sorry, no credit cards) to NORTH SHORE WINE EDUCATION and mail to:
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Tom Hyland, a wine writer and educator, is a veteran of 22 years in the wine industry. He writes about wine for several publications including the Quarterly Review of Wines, Decanter, The Chicago Tribune and the San Francisco Examiner. He has traveled to wine regions in New Zealand, Italy, France, California, Washington and Oregon. (It was my pleasure to meet and travel with Tom in Friuli-Venezia Giulia in 2001.)
An authority on California wine, Tom was the California consultant for British wine writer Oz Clarke for his CD-ROM, Wine Atlas and Pocket Wine Book. He created North Shore Wine Education to help the public better understand the relationship of food and wine.
You'll find these Guide to Italian Wines articles on WineLoversPage.com. Check in often to see what's new!
- Top Brunello di Montalcino Estates
- The Latest from Sicily
- A Visit to Puglia and its Wines
- The Simple Pleasures of Italian Wines
- A plea to Italian wine makers
- Barolo and Barbaresco - The Latest
- Vinitaly 2008
- Gala Italia 2008
- 2004 Amarone preview
- Wine photos
- Sagrantino from Umbria and some great local food
- Italian Varieties - A to Z
- Campania's Great Whites
- New Tuscan reds - Eating in Montalcino
- The Best Italian Wines of 2006
- Due Pizzerie
- VinItaly 2006
- Chile - Dazzling Whites and Reds
- Two Grand Italian Restaurants - American style
- 2001 Barolos - A Great Vintage
- The Latest from Tuscany
- Ten Special Italian Wines from 2004
- 2004 Vintage Notes from Italy
- Barolo, Barbaresco and other Piemonte reds
- VinItaly 2004
- The latest from Amarone
- The latest from Piemonte
- Highlights from VinItaly
- Chianti Classico Estates
- Alto Adige
- Unknown Champagne Cuvées
- Veneto - To DOCG or not to DOCG?
- The charm of Prosecco
- The Latest from Barolo
- Two great Tuscan properties
- Values from Puglia