Wine Culture and Information - Volume 17
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Issue 21, Summer 2004

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Editorial    Summary of Editorial column

The Importance of Vintage The Importance of Vintage

Every wine lover - as well as everyone who is getting into the charming world of the beverage of Bacchus - knows that among fundamental factors determining the quality of a wine is also included vintage. It does not only represent an… [more]

MailBox MailBox



ABC Wine    Summary of ABC Wine column

Umbria Umbria

Umbria
Land of saints and heroes since ever, the green heart of Italy is also the indisputable land of historical and renowned wines, a strong connection which always had accompanied the genuine and tasty cooking of the region in the course of its history… [more]


Wine Tasting    Summary of Wine Tasting column

Pinot Noir Pinot Noir

A bunch of Pinot Noir
A grape requiring lots of mastery and a proper climate in order to make great wines. Pinot Noir is for many synonym of great class wines and it is the most used red berried grape for the production of sparkling wines including Champagne… [more]

Wines of the Month Wines of the Month

Amarone della Valpolicella - Valpantena Brolo delle Giare 2000, Tezza (Italy)
Recioto della Valpolicella Brolo delle Giare 2000, Amarone della Valpolicella - Valpantena Brolo delle Giare 2000, Alto Adige Merlot-Cabernet Sauvignon Castel Schwanburg Geierberg 2000, Alto Adige Cabernet Sauvignon Castel Schwanburg 2000… [more]


Wine Producers    Summary of Wine Producers column

Champagne Marie Stuart Champagne Marie Stuart

The aging cellar: hand remuage of Champagne bottles
Established in 1897, the prestigious Maison, part of Alain Thienot Group, produces refined and elegant Champagne expressing the quality of the territory where they are from… [more]

Cellar Journal Cellar Journal


Events    Summary of Events column

News News



Corkscrew    Summary of Corkscrew column

Production of Red Wine Production of Red Wine

Cask is the most common container used for the aging of red wines
Full bodied and robust, but also delicate and light, red wines have always been considered the par excellence wines, the ones - at least in these times - which are getting most of the success… [more]


Not Just Wine    Summary of Not Just Wine column

Vodka Vodka

Vodka is frequently used for the preparation of cocktails and it is appreciated by many as plain
The famous distillate from Eastern Europe countries is generally produced with grains, however it is also possible to make it from other materials, such as potatoes… [more]

Aquavitae Aquavitae

Grappa Acqua dei Messapi, Tauŕ (Italy)
Review of Grappa, Distillates and Brandy, Grappa Grahia, Grappa Acqua dei Messapi… [more]

Wine Parade Wine Parade



Summary of Columns Summary of Columns


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