Mouthing Off

By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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The 2011 release of Vietti's Rocche di Castiglione Barolo marks the 50th anniversary of this remarkable wine, the first cru Barolo.

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Trust Your Impulse

Picture this: You’re traveling in the Italian Alps. You stop by a local dairy farm. You pick up some delicious fresh cheese—made with milk from your very own cow.

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Tasting Room

Josko Gravner is one of Italy's most idiosyncratic, brilliant winemakers. I tasted seven vintages of his amphora-aged Ribolla. Here's a rundown.

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Expert Guide

Christopher Lee, a former Chez Panisse chef and one of the country’s most preeminent salumi makers, reveals his favorite shops and butchers in Italy.

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Tasting Room

The night before Thanksgiving happens to be one of the biggest take-out pizza nights of the year, on par with New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day. So, the heck with turkey; the real question is what wine goes best with pizza?

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Celebrity Travel Tips

George Clooney and noted human rights attorney Amal Alamuddin tied the knot in Venice this weekend, and the most interesting detail to emerge from the weekend's festivities is the location, The Aman Canal Grande Venice.

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New Slideshow

Here, a local’s guide to the best places to eat, drink and explore in Catania.

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Drink This Now

Puglia's whites tend to be dry, crisp and minerally; its best reds are intensely fruity but balanced.

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Where To Go Next

F&W’s Ray Isle finds out at a new cooking school in Puglia, where he compares the best local bottlings to a few New World ringers pulled discreetly from his suitcase.

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New Slideshow

Most tourists crowd Italy’s famously beautiful cities like Florence, Rome and Venice, but the photographer Laura La Monaca, of the blog Daily Breakfast, makes a strong case for beelining to Milan.

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