Witch On Wine Class: Feudo Principi di Butera Insolia 2015
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Welcome to the Witch On Wine Class where I talk to you about the good, the bad, and ugly of wine….as you know not all wine is created equal. Let’s talk about, Insolia 2015 by Feudo Principi di Butera, shall we.
Peep the video for more scoop about the wine and here is a fun fact list about the winery.
At one time the land of the estate was was owned by the Prince of Butera. So, it’s got royal energy written all over it. If it was good enough for a prince then it’s got to be good, right? The Sicilian estate has been owned by Zonin since 1997.
The winery produces 70% red wine and 30% white wine. Some of the varietals include Insolia, Merlot, Petit Verdot, and Nero d’Avola.
The winery has won its share of award for its wine. The accolades have come from around the globe.
You can visit the winery for a guided tour where you will be taken to the winemaking cellar as well as the aging area. There’s an opportunity to arrange food and wine pairings. There’s nothing better than a good pairing after exploring a winery.
If getting married on a vineyard has been a dream, know that you can have your wedding on the property. The hillside would be the perfect backdrop for wedding photos and “aha” moments.
You can stay overnight, because they have a bread and breakfast situation is possible at Feudo. Imagine waking up on a scenic wine estate in Italy? You may never want to leave!
They also make olive oil the vineyard. There’s nothing better than fresh olive oil. An olive tasting with a bit of wine sure sounds divine.
A little bit about moi: I'm a Witch ( a good one), Culinary Historian, Wine & Spirits Pop Culture Expert, Alchemist, and Content Creator that helps people live life through their senses.
Wine, spirits, and beer have always been a part of life and culture. Yolanda Shoshana, culinary historian & edutainer, shares insights about wine, spirits, and lifestyle. Whether you want to step up your wine/spirit game, want some booze history, or the latest 411 this podcast is for you! PS: Pompette means "tipsy" in French. C'est si bon!