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Addio Carlo

August 23, 2020

This blog is a tribute to Carlo. A renowned radiologist in Central Italy, Dr Carlo Amodio lost his life to Covid-19 at age 71 in early April 2020. He continued to faithfully serve his patients to the end. His daughter Michela Carbonari is an Adagio friend and creator of beautiful,…

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Croatia: Summer 2020

August 2, 2020

A photographic journey with Robert Bralić You may or may not be aware, but Croatia has opened its borders to many more travelers than the rest of the European Union. Including US citizens. That’s right, subject to some restrictions, we are free to vacation in this amazing country! Enjoy below…

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The Perfect Umbrian Meal

July 22, 2020

First course: Pasta alla Norcina Pasta alla Norcina is a traditional Italian pasta dish hailing from the Umbrian town of Norcia. The dish is made with short pasta such as penne or rigatoni, crumbled Norcia sausage, onions, white wine, cream, and a generous amount of grated pecorino. There are some…

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Mountain lockdown: living with and emerging from covid in the Dolomites

May 31, 2020

Guest blogger and Adagio guide Thomas Deflorian has been kind enough to share his personal story of life during and emerging from lockdown in the Italian Dolomites. “Where to start? The last three months have been such an intense time and I’m happy to share with you my thoughts and…

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When will Italy let tourists in?

May 18, 2020

1. When will Italy let tourists in? Italy has been relaxing its lockdown rules gradually since the 4th of May. In the first phase Italian residents were allowed to travel outside their province – but still needed to carry a written explanation of where they were going and why, with…

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Are those things raisins? Amarone vs Valpolicella

May 9, 2020

We recently published a newsletter that gives a broad overview of the top wines from the Veneto region of northern Italy. Some of you may be asking: if the grapes that produce Valpolicella and Amarone are the same (Corvina, Rondinella, Corvinone), how can the resulting wines be so very different?…

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