Gorgona, The Wine of Hope by Frescobaldi and The Island Prisoners in Italy

On an early warm morning of the 20th of June 2019, our curious group of fifty people comprised of sommeliers, journalists and trade professionals in the wine sector boarded a chartered boat at the Italian port of Livorno. The group was led by Lamberto Frescobaldi, a 30th-generation Tuscan winemaker and the president of the Marchesi…

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Discover the Secrets of Rome With a Localers Private Food Tour

In recent years the private tours options available to traveler has exploded. Fueled primarily by the success of Airbnb Experiences, the sheer number of tours and breadth of personalized options has broadened to an overwhelming degree. Nowhere is this more true than in sight-seeing-dense cities already overrun with more traditional guided tour items. The good…

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Discovering Conversano, a Town of Art and Culture in Puglia, Italy

Conversano, formerly the ancient Cupersanum, was inhabited as early as the Iron Age, the last of the epoch of the protohistory of humanity after the Stone Age and Bronze Age, when the Peucetians founded Norba. Later on, in the 6th century, it flourished into a trading town with strong influence from the neighboring Greek colonies.…

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Adrenaline-Fueled Italian Tours in Sicily With Sicilying

SICILY, the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea on the southernmost point of the Italian peninsula, is one of Italy’s most popular destinations. Among the country’s twenty regions, Sicily, along with its surrounding minor islands is one of Italy’s five autonomous regions. It has a very rich cultural history, well-preserved ancient monuments and archeological sites…

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Prato: One of Tuscany’s Hidden Gastronomic Cities

Stretching from the Apennines to the Tyrrhenian Sea with 23,000 square kilometers of land area in Central Italy, Tuscany is dotted with so many historical Medieval walled villages, castles, churches and abbeys amidst its picturesque landscape of soft rolling green hills with neatly combed rows of vineyards and orchards. Aside from what nature has bestowed…

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Infiorata Festival in Candela (Puglia), Italy

The morning air was quite chilly in the early morning hours in the train station of Rome as I waited for the board to announce the platform number for the train to Foggia.  Platform 23. When I finally settled down on my seat, I tried to catch a glimpse of the woman in the front…

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Les Garrigues: Venturing into an Unexplored Gastronomic Corner of Catalonia, Spain

Getting to know a place shouldn’t limit us to seeing what is in front of us. It also entails the usage of our senses of smell and taste to get a profound cognizance of why we are in that spot in the first place. When we taste the local gastronomy, it is something that is…

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Eguisheim in Alsace, France: Town & Wines

Upon entry to the cobblestone roads of Eguisheim, nothing else existed between me, my camera and my subject – the whole town. It’s a small place with immaculate tidiness that’s dressed impeccably with multicolored summer blooms while the brightly colored traditional medieval half-timbered houses stood attractively on both sides of the road. I didn’t know…

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Spiezer Winery in Spiez, Switzerland

The Swiss are keeping quiet about something. Their country is not just about superior chocolates, magnificent alps, extravagant watches and private banks. Nature gave them rich soil and excellent micro climates to tinker with so two thousand years ago, they planted grape vines that they use to make outstanding wines. They have six wine regions…

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