Marianna Hunt

How to combine skiing and wine tasting in the Dolomites

  • From Spectator Life
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When planning a food and wine tour to Italy, the first ideas that spring to mind might be a road trip through the Tuscan hills or feasting at a sun-soaked villa in Puglia. Few would imagine themselves hurtling down a red slope amid rugged snow-capped scenery.

And yet, unbeknownst to many, the Dolomites is arguably the gastronomic (and viticultural) capital of Italy.

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