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“Poco, ma Buono”

“Poco, ma Buono,” in Italian, literally, “Little, but Good,” is a deceptively simple phrase that sums up in a remarkably succinct way the Italian approach to so much of what is great in the wine, food, and culture. Take, for example, espresso (not “expresso”). Invented by a Milanese businessman as a way to encourage his […]

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