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by Gambero Rosso

Download Italian Wines 2012 ePub
  • ISBN 1890142247
  • ISBN13 978-1890142247
  • Language English
  • Author Gambero Rosso
  • Publisher Gambero Rosso (March 16, 2012)
  • Pages 978
  • Formats txt rtf doc lrf
  • Category Cooking
  • Subcategory Beverages and Wine
  • Size ePub 1397 kb
  • Size Fb2 1255 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 686

The fifteenth edition of Italian Wines, published by Gambero Rosso and Slow Food Editore, a translation of the twenty-fourth edition of the Italian version, is the world's most complete guide to quality Italian wines.Richer and more complete than ever, it assesses over 2,350 wine producers and their labels. Over 20,000 wines are reviewed, selected by a team of tasters under the direction of GR and SFE, including 375 three glasses; 52 of which cost under 15 euros. Italian Wines 2012, besides evaluating wines according to the classic categories of one, two or three glasses, also includes a useful series of appendices about award-winning wines in the past and the best producers. The guide also pays special attention to wineries that are sensitive to the environment and to achieving naturalness in their products.

Italian Wines 2012 book.

Italian Wines 2012 book. Richer and more complete than ever, it assesses over 2,350 wine producers and their labels.

Gambero Rosso is an Italian food and wine magazine and publishing group founded in 1986. Its name literally translates as "red prawn" and comes from a tavern in Pinocchio where the Fox and the Cat dine. Gambero Rosso was initially an eight-page supplement of il manifesto, first published on 16 December 1986, and was founded by Stefano Bonilli. It contributed early to spreading the views of "ARCI Gola", which was a forerunner to the Slow Food movement.

Richer and more complete than ever, it assesses over 2,350 wine producers and their labels.

The leading Italian Food & Wine Media Company Gambero Rosso launches its Top Italian Wines Roadshow. This year there are as many as 4 stops in Asia which is becoming the crucial market for Italian Wines. It is the sixth world tour of its kind, spotlighting some of Italy’s best wines for an international public. The events will feature more than fifty top-flight major wineries and more than 200 wines. that represent Italy’s wine heritage at its best. From Seoul to Sao Paulo, and from Osaka to Bangkok (for the first time) and Singapore: with events all around the world, this tour will represent Italy’s finest in a global setting.

Gambero Rosso Wheels INC International Concepts. Похожие книги: Slow Wine 2012: A Year in the Life of Italy's Vineyards and Wines.

The book reserves a special place for an important phenomenon that took place in Milan at the end of the 1970s - 'Made in Italy' - when Italian fashion entered - and dominated - the international scene, and Italian designers such as Armani, Versace, Ferre, Moschino and Prada found incredible success all over the world.

Gambero Rosso 3 glasses (33). Bibenda 5 bunch of grapes (28). Classification: DOCG Torgiano Rosso Riserva. Wine Spectator 90+ (19). Vitae AIS 4 grapevines (17). Grapes: 30% Canaiolo Nero, 70% Sangiovese. Alcohol: 1. 0% by volume.

Gambero Rosso, an Italian media company that has covered the best food, wine and travel of Italy since 1986-and which publishes an authoritative Wines of Italy guide annually-announced various categories of wine winners for this year. Their designated Winery of the Year is Cantine Ferrari, which produces sparkling wines in the northern Italian Trentino province. The winery uses the Méthode Champenoise method in which secondary fermentation, like that within the Champagne region of France, takes place in the bottle, rather than in a pressure and temperature controlled steel tank (such as those.

Talk about Italian Wines 2012

BEWARE This is much smaller and harder to read than all of the past guides. After reading it, I am disappointed in more than the size. There used to be a concise description of at least the top wines from each winery including the mix of grapes and other details. That is sadly lacking in this shruken version. Most of the commentary is about which child took over the operation of the winery from their parent This is useless data for someone looking for realistic critiques so as to form an opinion of whether or not the wine should be in their cellar. Its too bad that they have chosen to ruin what was one of the best guides to Italian wines. I have purchased every one of their yearly guides and find their new format a waste of time and money
These guides used to be indispensable, but for some completely inexplicable reason, the editors have dropped from the guide the one thing that made them most useful - the descriptions of the wines themselves! This is immensely frustrating! Like many Italian wine lovers, it doesn't matter so much to me that something got a two glass or three glass rating - but rather WHY it did! We are looking for a guide to what the style of the wine is, and when it might be most likely ready to drink. Style is so, so important with Italian wine - it's why we love it! But now they now leave out the essential information in favor of rather vague, watered-down generalizations about what's going on at each winery. I notice that Slow Food Editore is no longer a co-sponsor of the guide. I wonder if there was some kind of rift over the shift in direction. But even "shift in direction" is too complimentary here! It's kind of heart-breaking to see so much labor go into these guides and have something so useless be the result. Sad. Especially because there's nothing else out there to take it's place! Italian wine-writers take note!
Gambero Rosso dropped the written descriptions of the recently reviewed wines, nearly rendering this guide useless. I'm confused as to why they did this. Unless there are two versions of the guide now - one full size (as all previous editions) and one compact. But I have yet to find a complete 2012 guide.
Just gives overviews of the wineries and a score on the wines without any background or written reviews. Not worth the paper it is printed on and certainly not worth the cold hard cash I handed over.
This is the bible of Italian wines. I just wish that the Index was easier to use. This book needs a new editor to reorganize the wines.
I have been using these guides to help me select wines for my considerable celler for over a decade. Without a doubt the last word on Italian Wine. I would not consider a case purchase without consulting the Italian Wine Guides.