Summer Newsletter 2016 Jancis Robinson – Boccatone – Il Padrone delle Vigne Bianco – Bocca di Rosa – Works to the Cellar – Travel- Umbrian Kitchen – The Top 5 Advertisements
We are proud to share with you the latest news from the winey in this Spring Newsletter 2016. From Vinitaly to Opera Wine, an Anteprima Review, the release of Adarmando 2014, a Mystery Wine, and of course the Umbrian Kitchen and our Top 5.
As the tours come to a close we are happy to have some friends back in Italy with us. We were joined by Brian from Cucina 24 in Asheville, North Carolina. You might recognize the name from when we had an event there in November. They offer “an honest interpretation of classic Italian tastes.” While… Read More Taking the US Back with Us
Like the taste of a bittersweet wine, the Slow Wine tour has come to an end. Giampaolo has safely returned to Montefalco after a successful run around the United States. Don’t worry, you can still see a friendly face from Tabarrini – Daniele will be on the road for Gambero Rosso for the next week.… Read More Spectator Sport
The Slow Wine Tour has begun and Giampaolo is trekking across the United States. So far, he has stopped in San Francisco and Los Angeles, California. Next, he’ll be making his way to Austin, Texas (Feb. 1st) and New York, New York (Feb. 3rd). It’s been a whirlwind of events from the beginning, but it’s… Read More Tabarrini Travels: Slow Wine 2016 Part 1
It’s that time of year, again. Giampaolo and Daniele will be trekking around the US for the Slow Wine and Gambero Rosso tours for the next few weeks. The main stops will be in New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Austin. Not only that, but Giampaolo will be at a dinner with our… Read More Tabarrini Travels: 2016 US Tours
Born from the olive tree groves of the Tabarrini property, originally intended only to meet their own needs and offer as a treat to winery visitors, Tabolio is now shared on very limited commercial basis. It is obtained from the pressing of Moraiolo, Leccino and Frantoiano olives, which are three indigenous cultivars of the area,… Read More Bottling Tabolio