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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 Gattinara D.o.c.g.

Gattinara wine D.o.c.g. it is one of the "great Nebbiolo of the North". Nebbiolo grape is certainly better known for Barolo and Barbaresco wines produced in Langhe hills; however, it is also cultivated in some

Sentieri di vino – the grape Ciliegiolo

Ciliegiolo owes its name to the primary descriptor that most characterizes the wines obtained from this grape: strong scent and long aftertaste of cherry (in Italian, in fact, ciliegia). The ampelographic origin is uncertain. This

Nebbiolo Prima / Eleonora Scholes

Events such as NEBBIOLO PRIMA and GRANDI LANGHE are an important occasion for journalists to meet experts, producers, winemakers or agronomists and to get to know the news that the market is about to offer.

Nebbiolo Prima / Davide Pasquero

The chance of discovering in advance the trends of great Italian wines attracts experts, writers and enthusiasts. As everyone agrees, the choice to anticipate NEBBIOLO PRIMA in January, has been strongly winning: it has been

Nebbiolo Prima / Giancarlo Montaldo

New Year’s Eve is now a distant memory and the agendas of wine lovers are already crowded with new commitments. LEGAMI team could not forget NEBBIOLO PRIMA, the international preview reserved to taster journalists and,

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