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Join the 2023 Drink Wine Differently Challenge to Change Your Ways

By Katarina Andersson | January 9, 2023

Continuing on my last article about the anti-wine list motto, I was thinking of supporting a “Drink Wine Differently Challenge” in 2023. I started with thinking of a “Better Drinking January” but that would be a bit too judgemental and biased as I cannot really claim to know which are … Read more

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3 Compelling Reasons And Solutions To Be Anti-Wine Lists

By Katarina Andersson | December 30, 2022

November and December are always the months when all the wine lists from various wine publications, wine bloggers, and wine influencers come out. The Top 100, Top 50, Top 10, his or her’s comments on this or that Top list, and on it goes. An endless line of Top this … Read more

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More About Swedish Wine’s Groundbreaker Percy Månsson from Domän Sånana

By Katarina Andersson | December 20, 2022

The southern parts of Sweden – mainly Skåne – are considered to be the new frontier for the future of winemaking as the climate changes. Recently, I got an article published in the American online wine magazine The Vintner Project where I talk about The Swedish vintner and winemaker Percy … Read more

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What Wine2Wine Can Tell You About Wine Communication

By Katarina Andersson | December 10, 2022

The 9th edition of Wine2Wine took place in Verona at the beginning of November this year. It was a live event all through this time, there was no virtual part as during the pandemic years. Wine2Wine is a yearly event organized by Vinitaly International to help the Italian wine world … Read more

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3 Wine Tips to Bring Joy to the Thanksgiving Table

By Katarina Andersson | November 19, 2022

Thanksgiving and wine go together as the occasion to open up and try new or familiar labels with friends and family. But for those who only celebrate Thanksgiving occasionally with American friends, what is Thanksgiving really about? In brief, the Thanksgiving weekend is coming up next week in the US … Read more

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3 Chianti DOCG Wines Show the Potential of 2 Different Subzones

By Katarina Andersson | November 5, 2022

Chianti lies at the heart of the Italian Food, Wine, and Travel group’s theme this month, more precisely it’s a Cavalcade of Chianti wines. Using Chianti as a theme, of course, opens up choosing both Chianti DOCG and Chianti Classico DOCG wines, but at the same time, it also creates … Read more

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Hurry to Colli Euganei to Discover Its Hidden Treasures

By Katarina Andersson | November 4, 2022

When going to Veneto to explore the local wine culture, the Euganean Hills is probably not the first area you come to think of. We are more familiar with Ripasso and Amarone wines from Valpolicella, the white wines from Lugana and Soave (the Turbiana/Trebbiano di Soave and Garganega grapes), and … Read more

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Community and Fresh Perspectives Becomes Fundamental for Barolo Serralunga d’Alba

By Katarina Andersson | October 21, 2022

It was in the 1830s in Piedmont that Count Camillo Benso of Cavour, a politician, entrepreneur, and the first prime minister of unified Italy, together with Giulia Colbert Falletti, the last Marquess of Barolo, would play a crucial role in the creation of the Barolo wine. It is assumed that … Read more

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An Italian Rosé Wine that Makes You Sparkle

An Italian Rosé Wine that Makes You Sparkle

By Katarina Andersson | October 9, 2022

Rosé wine – so-called Vino Rosato – is always a type of wine that pairs well with summer. Therefore, the theme this month in the Italian Food, Wine, and Travel group is perfect as it focuses on Italian Rosé wines made with native grapes. I like Rosé wines and I … Read more

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Mamoiada: When a Wine Area Finds A New Fresh Voice

By Katarina Andersson | September 5, 2022

Mamoiada is a village close to Nuoro in Sardegna where the inhabitants have viticulture and winemaking in their DNA. If Venetians say they get fed Prosecco in the baby bottle as small babies, in Mamoiada the importance of viticulture and winemaking is imprinted in their minds probably from before being … Read more

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