Organic wine, what it is and what it means
Gen16

Organic wine, what it is and what it means

Our desire for natural things is growing, as is the passion for the search for genuine and environmentally friendly products, capable of enhancing the territory and, above all, protecting our health. It is increasingly important to know what we choose, what we eat, to know where it comes from and who brought it to us. It is essential to become aware of all these things: we are what we eat … and drink! Our well-being stems from...

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An amazing story
Giu19

An amazing story

There was once, more than a thousand years ago, a fortified farm, then a medieval village and finally a large estate. There were once noble Tuscan and European families, a lively community of peasants and great fertile lands. There was once, and there is still our agricultural beer. J  for Julia Noble Carthaginian girl at the threshold of the Christian era, she was captured and enslaved. Acquired by a Syrian merchant, she  traveled...

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The sea in the soil, that’s  the super Vermentino Cenaia
Mar29

The sea in the soil, that’s the super Vermentino Cenaia

At Torre a Cenaia the wind is at home,  the air is always moving and gives life to everything,  even a  soul to the cypress and oak trees, fields and vineyards; it sweeps  the sky making it blue with drawn  high white clouds grazing slowly on the horizon as it happens in the best  “on the road” movies. On this valley sheltered by the Pisan mountains and the hills of Livorno, a green corridor between the sea and the plain of Florence,...

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Women and wine: 10 commonplaces to debunk
Mar22

Women and wine: 10 commonplaces to debunk

They drink whites only, the prefer the sweet ones, they buy little. And they do not know how to choose it. How many times have we heard these commonplaces about women and wine? Not to mention those winemakers or sommeliers describing a bottle and assuring that “this is a wine for the women’s taste, it is a wine that appeals to women.” Too many clichés! Let’s go to destroy them one by one 1) Men buy more wine...

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Per non dormire
Dic20

Per non dormire

Made of 75%  syrah and merlot for the rest, resting for twelve months in Allier oak tonneaux and for another twelve months in the bottle, Per non dormire is an amazing wine, with a sumptuous but at the same time outspoken character. It Imposes itself immediately, since its incredibly deep ruby red color and violet hues. The bouquet envelops with strong notes of blackberry and blueberry. The flavor is consistent and well structured,...

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Traditional Christmas food in the world
Dic16

Traditional Christmas food in the world

Christmas, more than any other time of year, is an opportunity to eat traditional dishes often overlooked during the rest of the year. An example? Panettone, although there have been some recent attempts to commercialize it in the summer months. Christmas is the celebration gastronomically most important and not only for us Italians, but also for many people in Europe and overseas. As it happens in our homes, elsewhere too there is a...

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