Few wine regions have the instant name recognition of Tuscany’s Chianti, first legally defined in 1716 (but recognized as a wine region as early as the 13th century). Some of of Chianti’s most acclaimed wines, however, don’t carry its name. Only reds based on the Sangiovese grape can be called Chianti. Ambitious, rule-breaking Super-Tuscans, most often based on international
This trip is going to be a whirlwind road trip of the highlights of Italy. Follow my journey as I travel with my husband and two friends, making our way from Northern Italy down to Capri where I'll be doing hair and makeup for a beautiful island wedding.
9 Reasons You Should Visit Umbria, Italy Right Now
Italian designer Brunello Cucinelli has a way with cashmere scarves and knitwear. He's also an evangelist for his native Umbria, Italy—especially the experiences and traditions that make this mountainous region that straddles the Apennines so memorable.