Piedmont wine country via Curious Appetite
strawberry Nebbiolo fields forever

My liver is not ready, neither my psyche but I’m about to embark on a food and wine tour through Tuscany, Umbria and Emilia-Romagna…for 25+ people! Why am I letting you know? Well, because I plan (hope) to be sharing unique bits from the tour over the next several days either via the blog but for sure on the social media sites I’m keen on like Instagram and Snapchat so you can follow along the wine tour adventures, too!

You think this will be enough Barolo for 25 people?

It’s pretty exciting because the wine school I attended before moving to Florence, the Northwest Wine Academy at South Seattle Community College- where I received college credit for drinking wine, asked me to be their tour leader for their educational trip through Italy. This is the same wine school that sent me to Florence on a study abroad wine course so it’s kind of cool that 4 years later, formerly a student and now I am helping to lead their trip. However! I will still be a student, certainly I will be learning loads of new stuff and I’m looking forward to the opportunity.

The regions we will be hitting up: Tuscany (Chianti and Montalcino, obviously), Umbria (famous for Sagrantino Di Montefalco) and Emilia-Romagna (prosciutto di parma, parmigiano, balsamic vinegar and lambrusco wines)

So follow along the next 10 days to witness sheer insanity plus some scenes from the wine country, obnoxious amounts of food (you think they’ll let me just have salad the whole time?) food producers and cute little cities.

Wish me luck!

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2 Comments on Curious Appetite is going on a tour!

  1. Bonnie
    June 19, 2016 at 5:49 am (8 years ago)

    This sounds like way too much fun with a little work mixed in for good measure.
    Happy Trails!

  2. CatherineRose
    June 22, 2016 at 12:31 am (8 years ago)

    This sounds like an amazing whirlwind of deliciousness!


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