Muffa Nobile, the golden nectar from Orvieto

Dry full-bodied red-s and crispy white-s, Umbria is one of the top makers of high quality wines in Italy. Even if the region is one of the smallest producers in terms of quantity, “the green […]

Wine: a story of a migration

The history of the vine is a story of a migration from the Middle East, the cradle of wine, through three main paths: the first, via the Central-Western Europe; the second through our Alps; the […]

2017 belongs to us! Umbria proud and resilient

Dear Friends and Followers, 2016 has been a peculiar year for Umbria: in the first 9 months tourism has increased around the 4% [+3,96 arrivals*] in our region, data that clearly show the success of […]

Merry Sagrantino 2015: in the Court of the King

It is not the first time I write on Sagrantino wine on this blog. I think that in several years of blogging and touring wineries with travelers, the amount of ink and words that I’ve […]

#Terrediconfine [borderlands]: Orvieto and Todi

#terrediconfine Terre di Confine, borderlands could be an unusual word to define the towns of Orvieto and Todi. Orvieto and Todi are in Umbria. They are part of the same region, they share the same […]