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INDEX01-Mar-2015 ALESSANDRA PIUBELLO
Already known and highly popular in Roman times, over the centuries Valpolicella wines have been appreciated for their character and versatility. And today they are reds of the highest class.01-Mar-2015 FABIO MOLINARI
Who knows what the farmers of the 1800s would have thought of the lands around the Curone River if they had known that it would be their very image that would stand as a cultural symbol of Italy at the 2015 World's Fair. This was thanks to the work of one of the leading exponents of Divisionism, Giuseppe Pellizza from Volpedo, who brought the world into these hills and these hills into the world.01-Mar-2015 GIANCARLO MONTALDO
In this hilly land, the Nebbiolo grape's allies are the marly earth and the skies of a cold temperate climate. The outcome? A red wine rich in fragrances and flavour that endures over time01-Mar-2015 TERESA E. BACCINI
Return Trip to the UNESCO Vineyard Landscape at Milan's World's Fair01-Mar-2015 PAOLO MONTICONE
In the wonderful world of barbera d’asti, the nizza sub-region has taken the decisive step of becoming a specific docg wine. vineyard terrain, many enthusiastic entrepreneurs, an extremely full-bodied and satisfying wine.01-Mar-2015 TERESA E. BACCINI
No matter how you've heard people define museums, it's unlikely they used the word "fun". And yet, the Barolo Museum of Wine is just that.01-Mar-2015 GIORGIO FONTANA, TERESA E. BACCINI, FABIO MOLINARI, GIANCARLO MONTALDO E FIAMMETTA MUSSIO
The wine market is constantly changing. In recent years, there has been an increase in premises where wine is served by the glass. The fashion for aperitifs is continuing to spread. Some people call them wine bars, others wine lounges, and there are many other names: there is not - nor could there be - one all-encompassing term, since there is no standard format.1-Mar-2015
MONFORTE D'ALBA (CN)1-Mar-2015
ACQUI TERME (AL)MICHELE LONGO
Mapping the territory of Barolo is no easy task. Many have tried throughout history: from Lorenzo Fantini (1879), to “The Map of Barolo” by Renato Ratti (1976)...1-Mar-2015
MILANO (MI)1-Mar-2015 ALESSANDRO CARASSALE
In the world of oenology, one of the most abused terms is without a doubt "autochthonous" grape variety, meaning a cultivar that originated and propagated in the same place as it is used1-Mar-2015 SALVATORE MARCHESE
ALESSANDRIA (AL)1-Mar-2015 VINCENZO REDA
A "special bread" - legendary, historical and always contemporary. A product with deep roots in many parts of piedmont, but with a special meaning for the city of Turin1-Mar-2015 SALVATORE MARCHESE
TRENTO (TN)ALESSANDRO MORTARINO
That something profound and radical is happening in the vineyards and fields of Italy is no longer just an individual perception: now we have the data to accurately confirm it. In 2013, according to ISTAT, agriculture in Italy used over 118,000 tonnes of phytosanitary products to protect agricultural crops, 11.9% less than the previous year.1-Mar-2015 SANDRO BOSTICCO
This is a prestigious region, awarded a DOCG (Guaranteed and Controlled Designation of Origin), a DOC (Controlled Designation of Origin) and even a PDO (Protected Designation of Origin),respectively, for the dry red wine, the Vin Santo and the extra virgin olive oil. The classic Chianti region is truly special, an area defined in a decree from 1932 and that even matches a description in a proclamation by the grand Duke of Tuscany from 17161-Mar-2015 BEPPE MALÒ
Joy for the eyes and heart1-Mar-2015 MARCO NEGRO
‘Organic wine’, ‘biodynamic wine’, ‘natural wine’, ‘wine from sustainable agriculture’: the confrontation between the hardliners of different types has become increasingly intense, and on the social networks and online magazines the battle is raging1-Mar-2015 TERESA E. BACCINI
This is not a manifesto against vegetarians, if anything, it’s against teetotallers
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