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No risk of contagion from Coronavirus to consume wine

With regard to the COVID-19 emergency, numerous requests are received by Assoenologi, from members and other professional categories, relating to various topics, including ...

In the choice of wine, fashionable men and faithful women

On 8 March Signorvino wants to celebrate the women of wine: workers and producers, communicators and salesmen but also consumers. Even the Signorvino Observatory ...

The alcohol content of the wine influences the aroma perceived in the mouth

A research by the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid evaluates, for the first time, the effects of ethanol concentration on the dynamics of aroma release in ...

Natural wine is better metabolized by our body than ...

Different alcoholic beverages can have different effects on blood alcohol concentration (BAC) and neurotoxicity, even when equalized for the content of ...

Oil, like wine: witnesses of territorial principles

Last Tuesday Larino, the cradle of the Oil Cities, celebrated the 25th anniversary of the National Association, which has always had the ...

Grapes and wine: the impact of global warming on production and ...

The conference took place on October 16, at 16.30 pm, in the Conference Room of the Medical Surgical Society of Bologna (Palazzo dell'Archiginnasio, Piazza ...

Wine and music, now an app pairs them to have the best ...

Combining wine and music, a combination that has always been used, especially on the occasion of relaxing or romantic evenings. But now the start-up Wine Listening has created ...

Artificial intelligence at the service of the harvest

Harvest increasingly in the name of technologically advanced solutions and environmental sustainability. The Cantina Viticoltori del Trentino (Cavit), with 4.500 members, announces the ...

A consumption of wine, even occasional, helps to balance the microbiome ...

A little wine is good, in moderation, also a lot of moderation. According to researchers from King's College London even just a glass of wine ...

A little wine to cure anxiety and depression

American researchers from the University of Buffalo conducted an experiment with the use of laboratory guinea pigs subjecting them for a long time to stressful conditions and ...

Instagram beats everyone in the social communication of wine

It is the Instagram social network that continues to grow in the wine sector more than all the others with an increase in followers of 71% ...

At the origin of the word wine, being guided by Greek myths and legends

Oiniades was one of the most important cities of ancient Aitoloakarnania, right next to Acheloos. Its name denotes a place or a region of production ...

Sicily and Women of Wine together in the name of culture

The regional councilor for agriculture Edy Bandiera during the national convention of the Association at the foot of Etna announced a permanent discussion table to plan strategies, renew ...

Calici di Stelle celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of the moon landing

From 2 to 11 August the most awaited summer event for wine tourists returns, a series of evenings throughout Italy to taste excellent wines and observe ...

The Italian wine DOCs often overlook the sea

In the Marche, Liguria, Sardinia, Sicily, Calabria, Puglia, Molise and Abruzzo the 'maritime' percentage of their denominations reaches over 75%. The production of ...

Rome: Enoteca Cinti - The Sommeliers

Right at the beginning of Viale Europa, at the foot of the steps leading to the suggestive church of Santi Pietro e Paolo, the windows of Cinti shine ...

Less wine is drunk in Sicily than in the Aosta Valley

Wine is still the favorite alcoholic drink of Italians, even if its purely masculine nature remains. However, consumption changes and decreases ...

Rome: Enoteca Bomprezzi

The simplest thing to get there is to take the subway, it is so difficult to find a parking space in the super busy Via Tuscolana: the result, however, ...

Now the wine is flavored with cannabis

Cannabis beverage sales in the United States are set to exceed $ XNUMX billion within four years, thanks to ...

Excessive wine consumption can induce depression

A Swedish study indicates that non-wine and alcohol drinkers had a higher risk of depression than light drinkers, who ...

Milan: Bottega dell'Arte del Vino

Near the Central Station there is this wine shop, Bottega dell'Arte del Vino, opened in 2004 that certainly does not stand out for the demodè sign among ...

Rome: Enoteca Bere Bene - Giansanti

The Giansanti family who for decades has been involved in the sale and distribution to restaurants, wine bars and wine bars, of wines from renowned wineries ...

Rome: Enoteca Costantini

The name of Costantini, its Liberty-style gates on Piazza Cavour, have become synonymous and symbol for the Romans year after year ...

Rome: Enoteca Bulzoni

Enoteca Bulzoni: New life for the historic Parioli wine shop, or perhaps it would be better to speak of second youth. The place, in fact, has changed its skin ...

The desire for wine experiences during travel increases

The cellars must be even more open to welcome wine tourists, who are increasingly numerous and interested in experiencing emotions. But beware of ...

Rome: Enoteca Pallotti

Enoteca Pallotti: a timeless wine shop, old-fashioned one would say at first glance, immediately struck by the high dark wooden shelves full of bottles ...

The world wine world against climate change

The Climate Change Leadership 2019 conference brought together world-renowned wine producers, climatologists and researchers whose work is pioneering in the industry ...

Cantine Isola, historic Milanese bottling factory

The long history of the Via Sarpi bottle shop begins in 1896 and you can guess it by noting among the many bottles, the page of the ...

It is the beginning of a new era for wine tourism ...

Visit to the cellars and vineyards, educational harvests, experiential activities, courses and tastings: these are just some of the possibilities offered to "cellarmen" and tourists, following ...

Price of wine? Influenced by the wine-growing area and gender of the buyer

Taste may have less to do with what consumers are willing to pay for wine than you think. In fact, the origin of a wine has sometimes had a greater impact than taste on a person's willingness to pay more for a wine