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48 Hours in Brachetto d’Acqui: Where Good Bubbles Come From

A recent trip too me back to Aqui Terme in Italy’s Piedmont region. After having lived there almost two decades ago, I was thirsting for the region’s signature and rare wine: the sweet sparkling Brachetto. And then, of course, the town is also conveniently an ancient Roman settlement famous for its hot sulpher springs.

I checked into the Grand Hotel Nouve Terme overlooking the center of the town and started the trip with a dip in the hotel’s Roman baths, which include a thermal pool with a waterfall and hydo-massagers. After a little invigoration, I was ready to explore.

Read the complete story from Drink Me Mag [Dec-Jan 2014]