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    HARVEST 2020

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    A millenary event, a tradition handed down from generation to generation. The year 2020 benefited from a positive climatic trend, with good rainfall in November and…

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    BEST KNOWN ITALIAN WINES​ | TOP 10

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    Italian excellence is highlighted once again thanks to the most famous ​ Italian wines in the world, which will be shown below. Thanks to this article…

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    “​CANTUCCI AND VIN SANTO”, STORY OF A TYPICAL ITALIAN PASSION

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    For centuries, at the end of an important meal, perhaps Sunday or as a forerunner of Christmas or Easter celebrations, in Tuscany it is usual to…

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    FRANCIACORTA WINE: WHERE IT COME FROM AND DIFFERENT TYPES

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    Franciacorta is an area in Lombardy between Brescia and Lake Iseo, famous above all for the Bollicine di Franciacorta​, the first Italian Brut with refermentation in…

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    THE BEST WAY TO STORE WINE | FINE ITALIAN FOOD & WINE

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    The best way to ​ store wine​? Following you will find general rules that can be followed either if you are talking about a good ​Italian…

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    RED ITALIAN WINES​ | FINE ITALIAN FOOD & WINE

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    Red ​ italian wines are among the most appreciated and renowned also abroad and each region of the “Bel Paese” has one or more wine areas…

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    NATURAL WINE​ | REGULATIONS AND CERTIFICATIONS

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    Since 2012 the European regulation has been in place and it places well-defined limits in the world of ​ natural wine​, ​natural wine ​ producers and…

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    A GREAT CLASSIC OF ITALIAN CUISINE: VEAL SHANKS MILAN-STYLE

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    Ingredients for 4 people For the veal shanks: 4 Veal shanks, weighing 300 gr each 4 tbsp. Unsalted butter 1 Small onion, sliced 50 gr All-purpose…

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    THE HISTORY OF VITICULTURE AND THE ENOGASTRONOMY OF LIGURIA

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    The history of viticulture in Liguria The first traces of vine cultivation in Liguria date back to Roman times, while the harshness of the territory had…

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    VEGAN WINE: WHAT IS IT AND HOW TO RECOGNIZE IT

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    The vegan culture also conquers the renowned world of Italian wine: when a wine can be defined as vegan and how to recognize it correctly In…

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    PASTA ROLL WITH SPINACH AND RICOTTA: FIRST COURSE FROM FRIULI VENEZIA GIULIA

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    VENETO BETWEEN VINEYARDS AND CUISINE…

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    The Territory and the wines in Veneto Veneto is a region where there are large mountain ranges, alpine and pre-Alpine, extensive hilly areas and an extensive…

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    PROSECCO AND FRANCIACORTA: THE MOST FAMOUS ITALIAN BOLLICINE

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    Franciacorta and prosecco are both sparkling wines, that is produced through the process of sparkling wine, which differ however in smell and taste, reflecting those that…

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    THE TRADITIONAL RECIPE OF BEEF WITH BALSAMIC VINEGAR

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    This dish is typical of Reggio Emilia.                                      …

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    FRIULI VENEZIA GIULIA: THE WINE REGION!

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    The Territory and the wine of Friuli-Venezia Giulia Friuli-Venezia Giulia has always been the land of great white wines. The fame of these wines, although with…

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    LOMBARDIA: TERRITORY, WINE AND KITCHEN

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    Lombardy is a very large region (about 24,000 square kilometers), therefore it has areas with very different characteristics both from the climatic point of view and…

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    TROFIE AL PESTO: A CLASSIC, TRADITIONAL AND TASTY FIRST COURSE

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    Ingredients for 4 people 50g Leaves Basil (about 60/65 leaves) 1/2 cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil 70g Parmigiano Reggiano (about 6 tablespoons) 30g Pecorino Fiore Sardo…

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    WINE AND ENOGASTRONOMY OF SARDINIA

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    The cultivation of grapevines in Sardinia dates back to the Phoenician times, but evidence of Greek, Roman and Carthaginian presence left its mark in the following…

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    GUIDE TO SICILIAN WINE

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    Sicily is one of the most vital regions of Italy from an enological point of view. Different historical and cultural legacies coexist in a single territory,…

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    TYPICAL FISH DISH FROM CALABRIA: PESCE SPADA ALLA GHIOTTA OR SWORDFISH ROLL-UPS

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    This dish is typical of Reggio Calabria. Any remaining sauce can be used do dress spaghetti.   Ingredients for 4 people         230…

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