Join #WinesOfItaly @blab on April 26th w/ @vinigoretti from #Umbria https://t.co/n1AqF4l8Xu @MediaLabRat @debra11 pic.twitter.com/Vtxk7guMIR — Katarina Andersson (@ricasoli99) April 21, 2016 Next Tuesday, at #WinesOfItaly Blab, on April 26th at 9pmCET / 3pmET / 12pmPT we will talk wine in Umbria with Sara Goretti from the winery Vini Goretti in Pila, close to Perugia. This …
As you have probably understood by now, February is the month when you can get all the sneak peeks of the Tuscan wines being launched during the year. Together with my friend and fellow sommelier Nadia Padrin, we have so far covered the sneak peeks of Nobile di Montepulciano (covered by Nadia), Tuscany Taste, (the …
Katarina Andersson's insight:
A short overview of the sneak peeks, anteprime, of wine in Tuscany.
“ Europe is a region well known for its linguistic diversity and high degree of multilingualism among its citizens. There are 23 officially recognised languages (Europeans And Their Languages: In Which Countries Does Translation Make Sense?”
Wine is a serious matter in the Marche. There are roughly 14,200 estates in the region, working with about 17,000 hectares of vines. Although cooperatives do exist, wine production is very much a family affair. Roughly 80% of the Marche’s wines are DOC or DOCG, a fact that does not guarantee quality in and of itself (individual producer skill is important) but illustrates the region’s potential. In fact, the region is blessed with many high-quality native grape varieties and unique terroirs. Even better, the average level of quality is quite high, which means that finding a truly bad wine is difficult. A handful of overoaked and rustic reds are still being made, but for the most part the Marche’s wines deserve to be on shopping lists of wine lovers everywhere. [...]
Next year’s CIUTI forum (the International Standing Conference of University Institutes of Translating and Interpreting) will be held from Thursday 16 January 2014 to Friday 17 January 2014, at the United Nations, Palais des Nations, in Geneva, Switzerland.
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