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Issue 51, April 2007

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Editorial    Summary of Editorial column

A National Appellation Also in Italy? A National Appellation Also in Italy?

The decision of Spain and France about creating national appellations - Vignobles de France and Viñedos de España respectively - has been cause of many debates, not only in the countries where they are in force. In… [more]

MailBox MailBox



ABC Wine    Summary of ABC Wine column

Apulia Apulia

The main wine areas of Apulia
Primitivo, Negroamaro and Uva di Troia are just three of the grapes which have contributed to the rebirth of Apulian enology, a success made of red wines and a lot of sun… [more]


Wine Tasting    Summary of Wine Tasting column

Comparing Syrah Comparing Syrah

Everything is ready for our comparative tasting about Syrah
Typical in the Rhône Valley, Syrah is a grape capable of making great red wines, both alone as well as blended to other grapes, recognizable for its aroma of black pepper… [more]

Wines of the Month Wines of the Month

Barbaresco Basarin 2004, Negro (Piedmont, Italy)
Roero Sudisfà 2003, Barbaresco Basarin 2004, Tulino 2004, Rutilo 2004, Roero Arneis Boneur 2006, Prosecco di Valdobbiadene Superiore di Cartizze Dry, Prosecco di Valdobbiadene Extra Dry Rù, Poggio Maestrino Annosesto 2004… [more]


Wine Producers    Summary of Wine Producers column

Avignonesi Avignonesi

The suggestive Avignonesi's vinsantaia where caratelli of precious Vin Santo ages for the ten years
Quality as the ultimate goal is the characteristic distinguishing this glorious winery, a result which is expressed in the magnificence of two extraordinary Vin Santo wines… [more]

Events    Summary of Events column

News News



Corkscrew    Summary of Corkscrew column

Making Wine: Malolactic Fermentation Making Wine: Malolactic Fermentation

Casks and barriques are the containers generally used for malolactic fermentation
A not very considered and not understood process in the past, malolactic fermentation is an essential phenomena for the biological stability of red wines… [more]


Not Just Wine    Summary of Not Just Wine column

Globe Artichoke Globe Artichoke

Artichokes: light, nutrient, tasty and very versatile in cooking
The beautiful nymph Cynara, with ash blond hair, for having rejected Jupiter, father of gods and humans, god of light, was transformed into a thorny plant: artichoke… [more]

Aquavitae Aquavitae

Grappa di Vin Santo 1997, Avignonesi (Tuscany, Italy)
Review of Grappa, Distillates and Brandy, Brandy Stravecchio Invecchiato 24 anni Gran Riserva Superiore Monte Sabotino, Grappa di Vin Santo 1997, Grappa di Vino Nobile di Montepulciano 2000, Grappa di Chardonnay… [more]

Wine Parade Wine Parade



Summary of Columns Summary of Columns


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