Tuesday - November 12, 2013 Filed in: What we're drinking . . . | Food
Though Italians tend to focus much more of their passion on food
than on drink, a full meal in Italy often opens and closes with alcohol: the aperitivo
, which “opens the palate” to begin; and the digestivo, which, as its name suggests, serves to aid in digesting the average three to five courses a meal in Italy often includes, as a finale. Read More...