Category: Wine and Emotions

Wine and Emotions

Natural, raw wine heading towards legislation?

Wine regulation is extraordinarily old and documentation of it appears in many historical records (Plinius, Columella etc.). Over the past three centuries, various standards have been gradually formed and periodically revised and developed. During the last century, laws aimed at defining, in some detail, wine and everything concerning its origin […]

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29 April 2016
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Wine and Emotions

GOING BEYOND TASTE (Part two) – WINE

INTRODUCTION: Historically, food and wine have enjoyed a solid and multifaceted alliance especially in the civilizations of the great rivers (Tigris, Euphrates, Nile), in the Mediterranean basin and beyond. This extraordinary and refined synergy has always been a very precious asset that continues to build success, value and necessary emotions. […]

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9 April 2016
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Producing natural, raw wine

Our agriculture is moving further and further away from the choices the entrepreneurs themselves would like to make, because it is influenced by legislation and by the industry that holds the fundamental and strategic resources needed to produce (germplasms, seeds, herbicides, agrochemicals, fertilizers and other means related to production). Our […]

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9 March 2016
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A definition of natural, raw wine

Given that “natural wine” is a commonly used terminology which refers to a category of goods not yet identified by legislature, I think it is worthwhile to elaborate a possible definition in 6 points. The land suitable to produce these wines must contain a clear environmental variability including within the […]

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2 March 2016
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