700 years of Tuscan wine making

I met world renowned 32nd generation Tuscan wine maker Diletta Frescobaldi in Florence, Italy last Fall. A soft spoken, petite Italian lady, she maintained a non flamboyant demeanor, for someone who owns of the most esteemed wineries in the world.

In this video, Frescobaldi talks about her family history of wine production and the latest trends in drinking wine.

Frescobaldi wines are found at restaurant menus all over the world (including La Tavola Restaurant in Atlanta). If you travel through Italy, you can also find Frescobaldi Wine Bars at airports.









Frescobaldi also teaches courses on Italian food and wine to summer abroad students at James Madison University in Florence. I had the pleasure of meeting her enthusiastic group of students and speaking to them about Go Eat Give.


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Sucheta Rawal

Sucheta is an award winning food and travel writer, who has traveled to over 90 countries across 7 continents. She is also the founder and editor of 'Go Eat Give' and author of 'Beato Goes To' series of children's books on travel.

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