Up in the Grimogliano hills, in the Italian Friuli Venezia Giulia, overlooking the Slovenian border, lies the Tenuta Perusini.
The winery is renowned for its Picolit, a local variety preserved by earlier generations of Perusinis.
Fusilli with gorgonzola and raisinsRead More 20 July 2015
"Above all, I produce my wines for my friends, so, I cannot serve them wines I would not enjoy drinking myself. Never trust a winemaker who does not drink his own wine!"
Orange and basil roast pork with new potatoesRead More 13 July 2015
“Blessed are the cheese makers”, we hear in the film ‘Life of Brian’. Of course, not literally. Perhaps we could also understand it as blessed are those who make Ramandolo. I personally understand it like this.
Roast paprika chicken with tomatoes and olivesRead More 06 July 2015
Sweet golden footsteps
When this year I was once again invited to the huge wine competition, Councours Mondial de Bruxelles, I decided, without hesitation, that it was now Friuli’s turn, mostly because of the sweet wines.
Adventures in Autochtonia
Jogging along the path of native vines in the heel of the boot, close to Brindisi which city was the capital of Italy for a half year during WWII and where Publius Vergilius Maro died.