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ENOLOGIA Vino Natural de Toro Zamora DO Toro Torguvi

Video sobre enologia en la comarca Zamorana de Toro con bodegas de arraigada tradición vitivinícola. La Denominación de Origen extrae caldos únicos de un ter...
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Roma 13 Maggio 2013, Hotel Exedra - Concetto Soffiotti, titolare della storica Enoteca "CUL De SAC"

Gusto Giusto Italy, intervista a Concetto Soffiotti, titolare dell'Enoteca di Roma "CUL DE SAC"
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Vino in Vetrina

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Una Bella vetrina di vini presso l'Enoteca Cul De Sac di Roma

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Exploring Tuscany: Ciliegiolo - Vino in Love

Exploring Tuscany: Ciliegiolo - Vino in Love | vino e cibo | Scoop.it

Today’s topic is an ancient, quite obscure red grape which is planted in Northern and Central Italy: Ciliegiolo. The grape has its spiritual home in the Maremma but its origins are not well-documented. Outside of Tuscany there are plantings of Ciliegiolo in Liguria as well as in Umbria. The locals believed for centuries that the grape was brought to Italy by the Spanish. However this is likely not true. In 2004 DNA profiling done at the Edmund Mach Foundation discovered that Ciliegiolo was one of the parents of Sangiovese (the other being Calabrese Montenuovo). According to the Edmund Mach Foundation, the genetically link between Sangiovese and Ciliegiolo makes it nearly impossible that the Ciliegiolo is of Spanish origin. Ciliegiolo is named after the Italian for cherry – ciliegia.

 

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