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SENTIERI DI VINO

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During the harvest season (“vendemmia” into Italian) the wide range of grapes grown in the Italian vineyards becomes visible.

SENTIERI DI VINO (wine trails) discovers the less known D.o.c. and D.o.c.g. wines as well as the autochthonous grape varieties.

Sentieri di vino – the wine Alta Langa D.o.c.g.

The Italian sparkling wine produced by refermentation in bottle is called "Metodo Classico". At a time when many wineries try to discover the potential of their grapes to produce new sparkling wines, drinking a glass

Sentieri di vino – the wine Casorzo D.o.c.

Casorzo D.o.c. is a wine produced in Piemonte, in the borough of 7 municipalities of Monferrato area, in Piemonte. It is obtained from Malvasia di Casorzo, a red-berry grape, one of the many vines called

Sentieri di vino – the wine Botticino D.o.c.

Botticino, a tiny corner of Brescia, in Lombardia, is renowned for it's fine marble, used to build prestigious monuments all over the world. However, the area has also had significant importance for wine production, since

Nizza D.o.c.g. for the first time at the top

For the first time a wine Nizza D.o.c.g. reaches the top of the ranking of the 100 best Italian wines, compiled by the prestigious American magazine WINE ENTHUSIAST. Specifically, we are talking about Nizza D.o.c.g.

Sentieri di vino – the wine Orcia D.o.c.

Being born in a beautiful place is always a fortune, even for a wine. This is the case of Orcia D.o.c. which is  produced in Tuscany, only in 13 municipalities in the province of Siena,

Sentieri di vino – the grape Favorita

The name of this grape is the female variant of the Italian adjective that expresses the concept of favorite: “favorite”, or the favorite grapes.  The first documents mentioning the name of this white berry grape,

Harvest in Italy

The harvest period is a tribute to diversity in Italy. It is exactly during the phase of fruits maturation and grape harvest that it’s possible to notice the extraordinary diversification of Italian grape production. There