Day 21: Uzbek Wine

Uzbekistan is hardly world renowned for its contribution to the global viticulture industry, but grapes have been cultivated in Central Asia for more than 2,000 years.  Zoroastrians were famous for their wine making skills, and this tradition survived the muslim conquest into the later middle ages, under Russian Imperial influence, during Soviet times, and through … Continue reading Day 21: Uzbek Wine

Day 17: Villa Crine

With a history of wine production in the world famous Valpolicella wine region since 1883, a visit to Villa Crine is one of those extra special experiences you'll never forget. The Valpolicella wine region lies between Verona and Lago di Garda, and Villa Crine is located within an idyllic 17th century villa in the town of … Continue reading Day 17: Villa Crine

Day 29: The wines of Ca’Rugate

The Second round of May visitors arrived today, and we wasted no time in getting them acclimated to life in Italy. The best thing to do on a rainy day? Drink wine, of course! So immediately after a quick smorgasbord luncheon at Casa di Maul, we headed west to Azienda Agricola Ca'Rugate. This isn't the … Continue reading Day 29: The wines of Ca’Rugate

Day 34: Fine wines at Le Pignole

Another weekend, another PashbyMaul adventure at Le Pignole. Today we introduced two friends to the horseback riding, wine and pizza tasting adventure. A beautiful warm spring day in the Colli Berici, we couldn't have asked for more perfect conditions for the experience. We previously focused on the horseback riding, which again was the highlight of … Continue reading Day 34: Fine wines at Le Pignole

Avio – Uva e Dintorni

The grape harvest festival of Avio is a wine and food lovers dream come true. Spectacular mountains and fireworks make this a truly epic experience! Please click HERE, or the picture below, for a direct link to the article! As a contributing travel blogger for the vacation rental company “Campaya” and their travel related news feed, Alicia … Continue reading Avio – Uva e Dintorni