Burgundy with keen and juicy roots. Tradition, finesse, generosity, robustness, texture, severity… With Les Cent Vignes let me toast to the twelve Gods of Olympus! read more

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Maybe the bottle – could be the vintage? – wasn’t in good shape or it was just me to be not in such a fine form, though, the fact remains I didn’t like it so. Same evening I’ve tasted also the Rosso which was much better than the Brunello, even a white, – no label […]

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Guest impressions of the 2012 vintage of Barolo.

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What I do mostly appreciate regarding Riesling is the marked tipicity of this noble grape who taste so different in each wine region or area of production throughout Germany: Nahe, Pfalz, Mosel-Saar-Ruwer, Baden, Württemberg, Rheingau as the one we’ve got in here which in spite has been opened two days before, shoot out on your […]

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The DOCG in Montepulciano according to Dora, from Poderi Sanguineto

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Guests describe their impressions of Marabino Muscatedda, a unique dry white wine that spends time with skins

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Guest impressions while tasting Canaiolo Nero from Terenzuola, located on the border or Tuscany and Liguria, proving anyone can be a sommelier.

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Guest impressions of tasting Nobile di Montepulciano from Sanguineto, proving anyone can be a sommelier.

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Guest impressions of tasting Franciacorta from Arcari & Danesi, proving that anyone can be a sommelier.

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