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Pasta, Wine, Scarves

I'm sure many of you have read the book Eat, Pray, Love. My book, whenever I get around to write it, is going to be called Pasta, Wine, Scarves.

You see, I've been in Italy for the last two weeks and returned a day ago. I know, hate me for a minute...you done?

All kidding aside, it was a trip beyond words. The beauty of Italy is stunning, its' people sexy (in the City) and adorable (in the Country), its' food--especially pasta--melts in your mouth, and its' wine...DIVINE.

We visited 3 wineries and found out that we don't do much differently than they do in Italy. Making good wine is all about dedication and attention to detail...and having good people to sell the wine makes all the difference. As always, I'm so grateful to the many volunteers who keep us going...especially those who were "Winery Keepers" over the last 16 days.

So now you understand the Pasta, Wine and...oh, Scarves...well, suffice to say I had to throw out more than one clothes item so I could fit in the scarves I bought. 

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