Showing 33 Result(s)
Food & Wine

Pecorino Toscano

Tuscany is the ?Land of Sheep? so I thought we should begin with the classic sheep?s milk cheese, Pecorino. Pecorino Toscano (peh-koh-ree-no toh-skah-noh) cheeses are what this region is known for; there are many styles from young to quite aged. Pecorino Toscano is one of Italy?s DOP (legally protected origin) cheeses. I love Pecorino Toscano …

Food & Wine

Frescobaldi Wine Pairings

Enjoy Marchesi de’ Frescobaldi Tuscan wines with these food pairings. Castello di Nipozzano Estate Wines Nipozzano Chianti Rufina Riserva Couple with barbequed meat, beef stews and aged cheeses. Montesodi Couple with roast or grilled lamb, game bird (pheasant), and pan-fried beef. Mormoreto Pair with savory cheeses, main courses or lamb, pork, kid (either baked or …

Food & Wine

Cheese Explained

Barrie Lynn, The Cheese Impresario, knows how to make the flavors of cheese come to life. From olive oil, to honey, to wine – the pairing options out there are limitless. So it only seemed natural to develop a monthly cheese and wine pairing which would compliment the extraordinary Marchesi de’ Frescobaldi flavor portfolio. After …

Food & Wine

Ubriaco al Vino

The story of Lucente was inspired by the romantic Tuscan countryside and the grapes which flourish there. Lucente in Italian means shining. To me this wine captures the shining sun in a liquid form. The blending of Sangiovese, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon sing together to make a beautiful red wine from the very high elevations …

Follow by Email
Pinterest