The vine in Italy has been cultivated since the second millennium BC and there is no Italian region that does not have its vineyards. From north to south, in the hills, in the plains, in the mountains, even on the smallest islands, the vine grows luxuriantly.
Here, from north to south, is the list of the 5 most famous grape varieties in Italy
In the previous article we talked about bubble wines - spumante - we continue our journey by talking about particular types of wines that, thanks to the maturation process or the extreme climatic conditions or through the addition of other ingredients, take on very particular characteristics and flavors that lend themselves to being served in particular circumstances. We are talking about: raisin wines, ice wines, mold wines, fortified wines, and flavored wines.
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"Discovering wine" is a series of articles focused on discovering the whole universe that lies behind the production of wine. The first article deals with the history of winemaking from the techniques used for the winemaking up to the maturation phase of this last.
We wish you a good reading.
Wine is one of the oldest tools of sharing and social aggregation ever.
The pleasure of enjoying an excellent lunch, shared with loved ones, is always accompanied by a bottle of wine that has always created conviviality, sharing, and union. We like to use this quote from Clifton Fadiman, who is the best in expressing the value of wine in society: