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.