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Richard C Ramsden offers advice:
> Get a guide.
> The site has links to them.
>
> On the non-skiing note:
> That part of Italy has incredible food, and you won't find many
> restaurants in the US that serve it.  Think porcini.
> The local apre ski drink is named for the vessel it comes in a "grola".
> Hot mulled wine, and other things, in a multi-spouted, usually wood,
> pot/container.  You pour directly into your mouth.  Usually consumed by
> a group.  The top wines there are from Piedemonte.  Barolo and Barbaresco
beign
> the top ones.

If you at all like wine, make sure you sample some Barolo.  It's a deep
flavorful red with a loong history.  You'd be hard pressed to find a good
one in the states for under $30 a bottle, but you can get it for half as
much in a restaurante over there.  Don't miss out.

Patrick

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