Danielle CallegariWriter at Large
Reviews wines from Italy. Danielle Callegari joins the Wine Enthusiast tasting team as one of the two new tasters for Italy, Tuscany, Sicily, Puglia, Abruzzo, Campania, Sardinia, Lazio, Basilicata, Calabria, and Molise. She is an Assistant Professor in the Department of French and Italian at Dartmouth College and Councilor of the Dante Society of America. Dr. Callegari’s teaching and research focus on premodern Italian literature and food and beverage studies. She has published on a variety of subjects including Dante, early modern women’s writing and religion, and Italian food and politics from the premodern to the contemporary. Her first monograph, “Dante’s Gluttons: Food and Society from the Convivio to the Comedy,” was published in 2022. Callegari is also the co-host of Gola, a podcast on Italian food and beverage culture.
Recent Articles and Reviews
Breathing New Life into the Ancient Wines of Lago di Bolsena February 15, 2023 Modern producers are revitalizing the indigenous vines and distinct wines of this celebrated Italian region.
Not Just for Cooking: Everything to Know About Marsala Wine November 23, 2022 Originally from Sicily, this fortified wine isn't just for making chicken Marsala. Explore its history…
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Teruzzi & Puthod 2020 Terre Di Tufi White (Tuscany) Vanilla and white flowers open the nose of this Tuscan white blend, with notes of… 89 Points $27
Collefrisio 2016 Semis White (Terre di Chieti) Vanilla, honey and sugar cookies with lemon icing are first on the nose of this… 89 Points $46
Trophy Cellars 2019 Red (Toscana) Notes of vanilla, cherries, eucalyptus and car tire on the nose lead to a palate… 89 Points $35
Antica Fattoria La Parrina 2021 Vialetto White (Tuscany) Yellow apple and pencil shavings meet stone fruit and citrus on the nose of this… 88 Points N/A
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