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Caprettone Manifests its Remarkable Potential for Winemaking in Campania

Caprettone is a grape native to Vesuvius that has shown to have an extraordinary potential for winemaking in Campania, also when it comes to sparkling wines. Vesuvius is not only known for its eruptive activity through the years, but also for its unique and very expressive viticultural heritage. As in general in recent years, there … Read more

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3 Wineries & 3 Fascinating Expressions of Wine in Campania

Campania is a region that is rich not only in history, culture, food, and a mecca for tourists, it also has a viticultural heritage like no other. There are many different wine areas in Campania that stand out each in their own way. Just think about areas such as Caserta, Sannio in the Benevento area, … Read more

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4 Native Grape Varieties of Campania at #WinesOfItaly #LiveStream

On January 24th, 2017, we talked about four a bit lesser known native grape varieties of Campania at #WinesOfItaly #LiveStream. My guest for the evening was sommelier Armando Pistolese. I got to know Armando while he was working at the wine bar of the Consortium of Chianti Classico at the Mercato Centrale in Florence. Armando studied to … Read more

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#WinesOfItaly #LiveStream on January 24th with Armando Pistolese

Join #WinesOfItaly #LiveStream on Jan 24th w/ @armypis talking #Campania wines. Tune in at https://t.co/TjwEaYFjOv pic.twitter.com/6syn7lwLHn — Katarina Andersson (@ricasoli99) January 23, 2017 Tonight, on January 24th, at #WinesOfItaly #LiveStream my guest will be the sommelier Armando Pistolese who will talk about four native grape varieties from Campania. He has chosen to talk about Pallagrello, Biancolella, … Read more

Sun, seafood and wine in Cilento

Don’t we all want to finally get away on a bit of holiday at this time of the year? That’s what me and my friend Susie did, we headed off on a mini-break to the beach last week. We went to the south of Italy, more precisely Santa Maria di Castellabate south of the Amalfi coast. … Read more

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