Want to Taste Prosecco? Don’t Go To Trieste

Have you ever found yourself in the situation where you know you're about to deliver bad news. And there's no way around it. I've had that feeling a lot recently. And it starts with an email or chat message that opens a little something like this... "What are the best Prosecco vineyards to visit near Trieste?" It's the kind of message that makes me want to go and hide under my stairs. But then I remember I'm (supposed to be) an adult and I set about delivering the blow - that the main Prosecco region is actually 2-3 hours away...Read More
Flying with wine how to get your wine home

Flying with wine: How To Get Your Wine Home

When you're visiting vineyards and wineries in other countries, you're bound to want to bring a few bottles of your favourite wine home with you. Which throws up the obvious question - how? Travelling with wine can be a difficult task, particularly the awkward feat of flying with wine. Can you put wine in checked luggage? And what's the best way to pack wine without the bottles breaking? Is there a specific wine carrier or wine suitcase I should use? Can I send wine home, and if so, what's the best way to ship wine from overseas? Flying with wine...Read More
Plan a visit to Prosecco Italy

How Can I Help You Plan Your Visit to Prosecco?

The idea for this website for this website came to me as I watched the hills of Prosecco rolling by outside the car window. I confess, I may have consumed a glass of Prosecco or two but alcohol can often be a creative lubricant, especially drinks of the fizzy variety. While my student idea to set up a curry capes business (capes for drunk people to wear when they eat curry) may not have been the best drunk creative inspiration, a website dedicated to helping people explore the Prosecco region has, so far, been a hit. Apart from the obvious...Read More