Tuesday, February 28, 2023

A Preview of the Basilicata, Campania and Molise Wine Regions with Italian Food, Wine & Travel

As our Italian Food, Wine & Travel group continues to climb Italy from the south, this month I’m hosting as we cover the regions of Campania, Basilicata and Molise.  All 3 regions in southern Italy have unique landscapes with the Appenines mountain range running through them while also touching the surrounding seas including the Adriatic, Ionian and Tyrrhenian Sea.  They also uniquely have a large presence of volcanic soils throughout the various terroirs. 

wine regions of southern Italy

Here is a preview of our Italian food and wine loving writers and what they’ll be sharing this monthWe will not be chatting live on Twitter this month. u enjoy reading and will check out some of these wines for yourself.  Enjoy reading and I hope you can experience some of these wines for yourself.

  • Wendy from A Day in the Life on the Farm shares "Aglianico and Schwarma? Let’s give it a try...."
  • Camilla of Culinary Cam features "From Campania: Pasta Named for a Patron Saint + Wine from an Ancient Tale."
  • Robin from Crushed Grape Chronicles highlights "Campania, Calzone, and Aglianico."
  • Andrea of The Quirky Cork offers "Basilicata Meets Turkey Sucuk Paired Aglianico."
  • Martin from ENOFYLZ Wine Blog presents "A Taste of Three Feudi di San Gregorio Campania White Wines."
  • Susannah of Avvinare reveals "Tintilia, A gem grown in Molise."
  • Katarina of Grapevine Adventures discusses "Giovanni Piccirillo Brings a Fresh Approach to Winemaking in Alto Casertano."
  • Gwendolyn of Wine Predator...Gwendolyn Alley is "Introducing Campania's Key Grapes: Aglianico and Falanghina."
  • And as your host of Vino Travels I'll be giving "A Glimpse into Molise with the Tombacco Biferno Rosso Riserva."

Ci vediamo! See you soon! 

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