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Le Mille Bolle Blog di Franco Ziliani Wine 101 | Learn About Wine | Our Wine Guide Tasting Wine There’s no right way or wrong way to taste wine. It’s this simple — do you like what you’re drinking or do you not like what you’re drinking? That said, there’s a formal way to taste wine that reveals more about the wine in your glass, even before you start drinking. Types Of Wines & Grapes Learn about the most popular grapes and wine blends in the world. Serving Wine People often romance the drinking of wine and everything about it — for good reason — wine tastes great! Fun Wine Facts Human beings have been drinking wine for quite a long time — archaeologists have discovered evidence of consumption in Georgia dated to circa 6000 BC and production sites in Armenia dated to 4100 BC. - Cultura del Vino & Comunicazione WineAndLeisure from The Wine Baron All about wine and how to enjoy it. Scotch tastings and whisky introduction at The Briars resort Among my many other roles in a wide variety of places, I am the in-house wine and scotch tasting host for The Briars resort in Jackson’s Point, Ontario, on the south end of Lake Simcoe. Here’s the basic outline of what I cover. You are most welcome to book your own corporate or personal event through the resort, or contact me and I’ll help set it up. The Basics WHISKY - is a distilled alcoholic beverage made from grain mash. SCOTCH - there are five kinds; the most common are blended and single malt. SINGLE MALT - whisky from one distillery and a single malted grain (usually barley). We go over how whisky is made and single malts in particular. I invite attendees to visit my Whisky 101 blog which goes into these glorious matters in more detail: Examples of the Single Malt Scotches We Taste Glenkinchie (lowland) Dalwhinnie (highland) Talisker 10 yr (Skye) Lagavulin 16 yr (Islay)

WineNews - The Pocket Wine Web Site in Italy Wine 101: An Introduction to Wine Here it is, Wine 101, an introduction to wine for beginners! Getting into a new hobby is fun and if you are like us then you want to gather as much information about your new love as possible. Well the world of wine and wine tasting doesn't have to be intimidating. With a little experience you can start down the road to being a true wine aficionado. Some of the things that can be scary when first trying to decipher wine is understanding a lot of the terminology used with wine. Wine 101: How is Wine Made? Go back to the top of the Wine 101 page.

Associazione Enoteche Italiane - Si è conclusa con successo l'iniziativa di Vinarius per conoscere direttamente dalle aziende l'andamanto della richiesta di vini naturali. Con un'adesione di più del 60% il questionario ha restituito i seguenti risultati: 1) in percentuale, quant'è la richiesta di vini naturali/biologici/biodinamici/etc? 0-10 % 75% 10-25% 18% 25-50% 7% oltre il 50% 0% 2) negli ultimi 4 anni, in merito ai vini "naturali", la domanda è: decisamente aumentata 43% leggermente aumentata 33% rimasta costante 17% calata 7% 3) qual è la richiesta più frequente? vino naturale 12% vino biologico 35% vino biodinamico 0% vino senza solfiti 53% 4) I vostri clienti cosa pensano sia il vino naturale? Vino certificato solo biologico 33% Vino certificato solo biodinamico 17% Vino certificato sia biologico che biodinamico 0% Vini senza una certificazione, ma di cui hanno comunque sentito parlare (Fiere, Giornali, Web, etc...) 50% 5) Quale è la domanda di informazioni più ricorrente? Domenica 24 Febbraio 2013.

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