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Charles Scicolone is a wine consultant, writer, educator and blogger. For 11 years, he was for the sommelier and wine director at I Trulli Ristorante and for Vino, the Italian wine store, in NYC. Charles was nominated by the James Beard Awards for outstanding wine service and wine list for six years running. His love for pizza goes back to 1970 when he first went to Naples, where he returns often. He is coauthor along with his wife Michele of the book “Pizza Anyway You Slice It.” Charles teaches wine and food pairing courses, and his favorite class is pizza and wine.