(Photo: cellar / Ciccio Sultano)
For gourmets, the presence of wine at a restaurant is a necessity, an indispensable piece of the mosaic. You don’t have …? End of the story. No wine, no party. We won’t even take a seat, and – if forced
It might seem a bit paradoxical, but even though Messina enjoys 50 kilometers (30 miles) of coastline, there are virtually no restaurants along the coast, to count them the fingers of one hand are quite sufficient.
To eat a bite in the center of the city
The fourth number of the Aeolian Report. The island of Salina, together with Lipari the largest of the archipelago, offers each and every year strong emotions to visitors and food lovers looking for Italy’s finest hospitality.
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The island’s standard
It is impossible to recount the cuisine of the Capofaro Malvasia & Resort on the island of Salina, one of the loveliest structures of its type in all of Italy and property of the Tasca d’Almerita family, without stating an important premise. Having one’s own
Caltanisetta, a generous and productive countryside. Lombardo Vini is one of those cellars whose history began in the early 1970’s due to the intelligence and foresight of its founder but whose important expansion, as often is the case – came with the generation which followed.
Capofaro, island of Salina, the 2016 edition, the sixth, of Malvasia Day. It is an important appointment for lovers of this wine and a fundamental one for the protection and promotion of a wine which is truly special. There are fourteen producers of this wine,
Panarea, the most glamorous, the most cosmopolitan island of the Aeolian archipelago. It is the Island where you walk barefoot and wear silk clothes printed with oriental designs. It was the first Aeolian island to be discovered, thanks to the cinema, by an ample group
How rich and varied is the Italian vineyard compared to that of Europe? And how rich and varied is that of Sicily compared to the previous two? The answer is not obvious, holds many a surprise, and cannot be given with numerical data. An initial observation:
Every year in town squares and wineries all over Italy on August 10, the night of the shooting stars, wine lovers raise their glasses for the most-anticipated toast of the summer. Movimento Turismo del Vino and Città del Vino, the association of Italian winemaking cities,
To be able to recount to you this absolute gem of a restaurant we risked destroying our automobile. To tell the truth, we have the suspicion that, as a result, something will in any case break over the next few days. In a few words, never