Looking for some fun with your chuck? Here are three fabulous cantine in Umbria who put the whee! in wine.
Archive for the ‘Food and Wine in Umbria’ Category
Enter this tiny, unassuming storefront and fall like Alice into a food wonderland.
The score: Leave your smug hipster attitude at the door. Right next to the table with the complimentary funny hats.
She blogs. She tweets. She hosts. But can she speak? Yep, and you can hear an interview about alternative diets (primarily vegetarian and gluten-free) in Italy on this week’s Eye on Italy podcast!
If in the spring a young man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love, in the dog days of icy February he is most likely thinking about his next vacation. Preferibly to warmer climes. If the drifting snow and slate-colored skies have got you dreaming of your next trip to central Italy, here’s a quick overview of what you can expect in springtime in Umbria.
Urban vegetarian moves to Umbrian farm. Worlds collide. Chaos ensues. Peace is made.
If there is one thing Umbrians do well, it’s eat locally and seasonally. Here is a brief look at what you can expect to find on your plate during each of the four seasons in Umbria.
I feel roughly the same way about persimmons as I do about Leonardo di Caprio. Though objectively I realize that both are near perfect products of nature, neither are my type.
A quick travel resource for celiacs travelling to Umbria.
San Martino, San Martino, Castagne e Vino (Saint Martin, Saint Martin, Chestnuts and Wine)