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Issue 44, September 2006

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Editorial    Summary of Editorial column

Wine Made with Wood Chips? No, Thank You! Wine Made with Wood Chips? No, Thank You!

Fashions were not enough to make the world of wine uniform and homologated. Fashions were not enough to debase even more the image of wine and to sacrifice, one more time, a unique product, expression of a millenary culture. The latest… [more]

MailBox MailBox



ABC Wine    Summary of ABC Wine column

Chablis Chablis

The Chablis wine areas
Usually defined as the Chardonnay coming from the cold, Chablis wine has been for years the reference model for the production of wines with this famous white grape… [more]


Wine Tasting    Summary of Wine Tasting column

Comparing Sangiovese Comparing Sangiovese

The three Sangiovese wines of our comparative tasting
Queen of vineyards in central Italy, in its countless clonal varieties, Sangiovese is a grape not so easy to cultivate and to vinify, however capable of great wines… [more]

Wines of the Month Wines of the Month

Valtellina Superiore Sassella Riserva Stella Retica 1998, AR.PE.PE. (Lombardy, Italy)
Valtellina Superiore Sassella Riserva Rocce Rosse 1996, Valtellina Superiore Sassella Riserva Stella Retica 1998, Morsi di Luce 2003, Marsala Vergine Baglio Florio 1992, Cignale 2001, Chianti Classico Riserva Il Picchio 2001… [more]


Wine Producers    Summary of Wine Producers column

Giorgio Lungarotti Giorgio Lungarotti

A management run by women: from left to right, Chiara Lungarotti, Maria Grazia Marchetti Lungarotti and Teresa Severini
The recent history of wine in Umbria is indissolubly associated to Giorgio Lungarotti, a name who has contributed to the prestige's rebirth of the quality of Italian enology in the world… [more]

Cellar Journal Cellar Journal


Events    Summary of Events column

News News



Corkscrew    Summary of Corkscrew column

Italian Cooking and Wine Italian Cooking and Wine

Spaghetti with tomatoes, capers and oregano: Mediterranean's aromas of Italian cooking
Among the most famous and rich ones of the world, Italian cooking exalts the simplicity of ingredients in a triumph of flavors in which wine is always an excellent companion of the table… [more]


Not Just Wine    Summary of Not Just Wine column

Citrus Fruits Citrus Fruits

The most common varieties of citrus fruits: orange and lemon
Perfumed and delicious, citrus fruits are common in all the Mediterranean area, known and used for centuries both as a food and for the production of cosmetics… [more]

Aquavitae Aquavitae

Grappa di Grignolino 1999, Casa Luparia (Piedmont, Italy)
Review of Grappa, Distillates and Brandy, Grappa di Moscato Rosa 2004, Grappa di Grignolino 1999, Mandamara 2005, Grappa Giovane… [more]

Wine Parade Wine Parade



Summary of Columns Summary of Columns


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