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Roero

Wines Of Roero Mapped Out One Glass At A Time

When Vinitaly soon is opening its doors, there is a lot of buzz going on already. Wineries, wine writers, influencers, importers, and wine lovers, in general, are posting about where they will be, what will happen, about meetups and much more. Wine communication is at its height, not only strictly marketing but also the Human … Read more

beer brewery

#BaladinOpenGarden – Beer and Agriculture in a Happy Symphony

#BaladinOpenGarden can be said to be a way of combining beer and agriculture in a happy symphony. On June 21st, I headed towards Piemonte, not to taste wine, but to attend the inauguration party of #BaladinOpenGarden. For those of you who might not be much familiar with Italian beer, Baladin is a historic brewery which … Read more

Blogging

For The Love of Blogging with Cantina Social at WinesOfItaly LiveStream

At my #WinesOfItaly #LiveStream in mid-January, my guests were three blogging guys from Turin who has founded the wine blog Cantina Social together. Well, to be correct they are two guys from Piemonte and one guy from the US, but they all live in Turin. They are Adriano Amoretti, Matteo Franco, and John Murnane. Adriano … Read more

Christmas Wine Memory

A Journey through Italian Wine and Christmas Memories

So this is Christmas…. While I was thinking about a Christmas theme to write about a couple of weeks ago, I realized it would be more fun to ask some wine writer and sommelier friends to tell their Christmas stories. As I am focused on Italian wine, I thus asked them to talk about their … Read more

Wine

Wine Tasting and Mingle at Guide dell’Espresso

The presentation of the Guide dell’Espresso, i.e. the wine and food guides published by the Italian weekly magazine L’Espresso, took place as usual at Stazione Leopolda in Florence last Thursday. The best restaurants and wines in Italy are awarded and entered into the guide books. The rating system and the look of the guide books … Read more

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