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The Valtellina Valley, its Nebbiolo grapes, and the ArPePe family

We are in Valtellina, in the Sondrio province of Italy, in the extreme north of the Lombardy Alps, a few...
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by: Tania Montelatici

Barbaresco Docg

Barbaresco is produced entirely from Nebbiolo grapes and presents an intense and brilliant colour ranging from ruby to garnet red....
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Primitivo Wines

Discovering Primitivo wines. Primitivo is a variety of red grape grown in Apulia, in the Province of Taranto, where it...
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Tintilia del Molise DOC wine

Tintilia is an autochthonous Molise grape, introduced in the second half of the eighteenth century, in full Bourbon domination, during...
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Something more about Lambrusco wines

When you talk about Lambrusco wines or buy a Lambrusco bottle of wine, you need to know that there are...
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Lacryma Christi

Lacryma Christi is made from grapes indigenous grown in the Vesuvio Volcano’s area, and has been produced since Ancient Roman...
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by: Tania Montelatici

The Barolo WiMu Museum

The Barolo museum - WiMu is an Italy’s innovative and world-wide famous wine museum, which opened its gates to the...
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by: Tania Montelatici

Primitivo di Manduria Wine

Primitivo di Manduria is a heavy, blunt red wine, an effect of the warm growing conditions in Southern Italy's Apulia...
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The Amarone by Azienda Agricola Quintarelli

Today, just like yesterday, the family tradition continues at the Azienda Agricola Quintarelli: the wines are left aging for a...
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Some words on Lacrima wine

Lacrima is a native rare wine of Morro D’Alba, in the Marche Region, in Italy. The name Lacrima is thought...
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Carema DOC wine

Two local Nebbiolo grape varieties, Picutener and Pugnet are cultivated on the morainic rocks of Carema, on the border with...
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Amarone: the king of Valpolicella wines

Among Italy’s most world-renowned red wines we have Amarone, produced in Veneto in various municipalities, such as Negrar, Marano, Fumane,...
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