Emilia-Romagna comprises the central heartland in northern Italy. Wine cultivars from the region can include such white varietals as: Albana, Moscatello, Mostosa, Ortrugo, and Voigner. Red cultivars include: Ancellota, Barbera, Bonarda, Croatina, Lambrusco, Malbech and Merlot. Travel to Emilia Romagna from South Florida can be accomplished from Miami International Airport on Alitalia to Venice or on Aeroflot, Iberia Airlines, British Airways, and U.S. Airways. Finding a non-stop flight can be difficult. While in this hearty region of Italia South Floridians will enjoy feasting on a delicious variety of foods and cheeses including the legendary aged Parmesan aka Parmigiano-Reggiano as well as aged meats such as prosciutto. When traveling to Venice or any other part of Emilia-Romagna don't forget to bring your Passaporte! Viva Italia, Viva la Florida!!!