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Natural Wine TIDBITS – Women who drink are smartest, a research says

We personally think that there is a good connection between a nice natural wine from Italy or France and some relaxing and sociable time, but this is not a surprise. However, researchers found out as well that there is a link between how much women drink and their intelligence. The research comes from no less than the prestigious London School of … Continue reading

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Natural wines of the month – NOVEMBER 2017

November’s selection of natural wines of the month is taking us all around Italy, for a little winter vacation while waiting for the Christmas holidays: from the very northern region Friuli, we go down, passing through Lombardy and Tuscany, arriving finally to the southern island of Sicily. Come with us for a real Italian wine tasting adventure! Denis Montanar Uis … Continue reading

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Natural wine Q&A – Red wine and fish, is it really an impossible match?

Natural wine Q&A, our monthly section dedicated to our followers’ questions on the topics of natural wine and wine in general, is back. Previously we largely talked about food and wine matches, and today we are going to answer a question that many probably wondered about: are fish and red wine really an impossible match? In fact, this is one … Continue reading

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Perfect and impossible food and wine pairing

In a previous article, we talked about the fine art of matching wines and food: this is even more important when we talk about natural wines, as their taste often is more firm than the average bottles you can find in the supermarket. That’s one of natural wine’s main points, as every wine has its real character, the result of … Continue reading

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Natural Wine TIDBITS – There’s a link between red wine and sexual desire

If natural wine being good, genuine, classy and environmentally friendly wasn’t enough yet, from today you can add another good characteristic to it, as some recent scientific studies discovered it is linked to sexual desire. Who’d ever thought that that glass of carefully selected red wine you are drinking had some natural aphrodisiac powers? Well, that is the truth, especially … Continue reading

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Natural wines of the month – OCTOBER 2017

This month’s selection of natural wines celebrates autumn and medium bodied wines: follow us as we take a journey fo half of Italy in four bottles, from Tuscany to Veneto, passing through Lombardy. Pietro Torti Torti Cruasé 2010 Lombardy, Italy Do you need an idea for a medium bodied, dry sparkling wine? This Cruasé is a pretty good option: coming … Continue reading

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Natural Vine Q&A: what is wine fermentation and how does it work?

This month’s question & answer about natural wine starts from a good friend of us: Michael is a devote follower of our blog and social channels and from time to time he likes to send us some of his doubts regarding the world of natural wines. We are always happy to answer! Michael asked: what is wine fermentation and how … Continue reading

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The perfect succession of wines in a meal? Here are some rules!

Wine and food: sometimes we are sure that the real alchemy isn’t the one trying to transform lead into gold, but the one attempting to find the right wine for the right plate, and this all in the very right moment. The importance of the proper (natural) wine All this matter of right match/right times applies even more to natural … Continue reading

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Natural Wine TIDBITS – There is a new wine on the market…without grapes

Which one is the farthest product from a natural wine? Synthetic wine…without even a bit of grape, of course! It seems impossible, but someone created it: we are talking about the American startup Ava Wine, which purpose is to give everyone the possibility to taste a good, expensive wine for cheap. It was 2015 when Alec Lee, co-founder of Ava … Continue reading

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Natural wines of the month – SEPTEMBER 2017

This month we have chosen four natural wines coming from all over Italy: in Bel Paese, every region has its specialties due to different weather, climate, tradition, production methods and grape variety. That is why choosing wines from every part of the country becomes not just only a way of talking about our selected producers, but also a genuine cultural … Continue reading

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