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Terenzuola and massive selection

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  Mass selection. The Colli di Luni DOC allows the farmer to produce a 100% Vermentino. Many DOC producers turn to a well-known nurseryman from Udine, who sells Vermentino Sardo to them, which will therefore be planted in Liguria. Alternative? Mass selection: that is, biotypes of Vermentino (in this case) which over the years have better adapted to the territory, …

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Pacina I Piemontesina Style in Tuscany

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  Piemontesina’ is a style of vinification that requires prolonged contact with the skins during the fermentation phase. The secret, or skill, of the producer, is focused on the balance. The extraction of tannins from the skin gives antioxidants, but the risk lies in prolonged contact which could reabsorb the same properties released to the must.   Not in Rome? …

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Lieselehof I Museum of Wine

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  In the video, surrounded by vineyards, Tenuta Lieselehof presents the didactic path of the vines with 350 different varieties of vines, a unique place in Italy and worldwide. The appropriate signs inform the visitor about the vines, the rootstock, its origin and the varieties used for the cross (hybridization of vine). Among Georgian, Lebanese, Spanish vines we also find …

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Lieselehof I Orange Wine

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  In the Liselehof cellar it is explained the concept of “orange wine”, a name perhaps coined by the Americans, and the fundamental steps to produce this kind of product are highlighted.   Not in Rome? WE’LL BRING ITALY TO YOU. Be part of the finest Wine Club in Rome and bring Italy home to you wherever you are. Roscioli …

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Welcome in Champagne: Maison Gosset

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  We are in Champagne, Maison Gosset. MIcheline Tarlant shows us her cellar: classic tunnels dug in the rock, typical of this area, and entire walls of crai. Micheline explains the importance of limestone (or better, marine mollusc fossils), and how the properties of this soil have an impact on making Champagne unique.   Not in Rome? WE’LL BRING ITALY …

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Patrick Uccelli and his biodynamic point of view

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  Patrick Uccelli says: “in biodynamics, I want to transfer what is outside, inside. The world is not unidirectional, but bidirectional”. Four-level ecosystem, where plant, soil, animals and man, “organize” themselves differently and contribute to making good wine. This is the Darnach’s philosophy.   Not in Rome? WE’LL BRING ITALY TO YOU. Be part of the finest Wine Club in …