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Issue 38, February 2006

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Editorial    Summary of Editorial column

The Taste of Wine The Taste of Wine

In the beginning, they were sweet, dense and syrupy, so that they were diluted with water before drinking. Later, came out dry ones as well as lively ones with cheerful effervescence. Then, the happy bubbles became famous and… [more]

MailBox MailBox



ABC Wine    Summary of ABC Wine column

Médoc Médoc

The Médoc
Heart of the famous wine growing region of Bordeaux, Médoc is the place where the famous enological model, imitated all over the world, is from, a success made not only of magic grapes… [more]


Wine Tasting    Summary of Wine Tasting column

Comparing Merlot Comparing Merlot

Poggio ai Merli and Villa Gresti: two of the wines of our comparative tasting
The famous red grape from Bordeaux is compared in three Italian wines, excellent representatives of high enology, in which Merlot fully expresses its personality… [more]

Wines of the Month Wines of the Month

Vallée d'Aoste Nus Malvoisie Flètri 2003, La Crotta di Vegneron (Vallée d'Aoste, Italy)
Bricco Sturnel 1999, Vallée d'Aoste Nus Malvoisie Flètri 2003, Ribballa di Cagnore 2002, Pianetta di Cagnore Le Goduriose 2002, La Macchia 2000, Arcana Rosso 2001, Arcana Bianco 2004, Amarone della Valpolicella Classico 2000… [more]


Wine Producers    Summary of Wine Producers column

Ruffino Ruffino

Greppone Mazzi estates in Montalcino
The Tuscan company founded in 1877 is today one of the most important Italian wineries. It combines tradition and innovation, focusing on the global market, exporting its wines in more than 80 countries… [more]

Cellar Journal Cellar Journal


Events    Summary of Events column

News News



Corkscrew    Summary of Corkscrew column

Sicilian Cooking and Wine Sicilian Cooking and Wine

A classic of Sicilian cooking: caponata
Journey in one of the most fascinating cooking of Italy, result of a story which has its roots in past ages. Delicious recipes, matched with unique wines, representing the charm of a land, rich in contrasts and colors… [more]


Not Just Wine    Summary of Not Just Wine column

Mustard Mustard

Seeds of white mustard
The use of mustard is very ancient, Romans used is as a preservative, to keep fruit juices and must. French, thanks to Romans who exported it in Gaul, have become great producers and great mustard consumers… [more]

Aquavitae Aquavitae

Grappa di Brunello Le Due Sorelle, Tenuta La Fuga (Tuscany, Italy)
Review of Grappa, Distillates and Brandy, Grappa Il Pareto, Grappa di Brunello Le Due Sorelle, Grappa Müller Thurgau 2000, Grappa Chambave Nus… [more]

Wine Parade Wine Parade



Summary of Columns Summary of Columns


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