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3 August in Castelnuovo Berardenga: 11 rosé wines at “Vallepicciola in festa”

3 August in Castelnuovo Berardenga: 11 rosé wines at “Vallepicciola in festa”

Saturday, August 3 Vallepicciola, a winery in the splendid countryside of Castelnuovo Berardenga, a few kilometers from Siena, will wear shades of pink, for a unique and intriguing tasting of Italian rose wines: “I dialetti del Rosa”. There will be 11 wineries present at the tasting that will be led by the journalist and sommelier Andrea Gori, who at 7…

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OUR RED WINES: RASEA, THE GEM OF POGGIO DEL MORO

OUR RED WINES: RASEA, THE GEM OF POGGIO DEL MORO

Each Cellar jealously guards its best products, passing them down and perfecting them generation after generation. This is also true of Poggio del Moro, naturally. Because in the midst of an authentic triumph of quality, we can say that our red wines can distinguish themselves under different profiles.     Certainly they are extremely appreciated by occasional visitors and regular…

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THE VINSANTO: ORIGINS AND PRODUCTION TECHNIQUE

THE VINSANTO: ORIGINS AND PRODUCTION TECHNIQUE

Why is it called Vinsanto? Even today there is no historical documentation that accurately reveals the birth of Vinsanto. However, we can state that all the references we have are concentrated in the Tuscany area. In any case, it is certainly a wine with deeply ancient origins, probably Roman, or even Etruscan. In fact, the use of producing wines with dried grapes has…

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January: what we have done in the cellar and in the vineyards of Poggio del Moro

January: what we have done in the cellar and in the vineyards of Poggio del Moro

January can really be a surprising month. Here in Poggio del Moro, for example, it is the period of time that inaugurates the pruning of the vines. We could say that this represents the first “ingredient” of a magic recipe that is renewed season after season. Yes, because it is through this fundamental operation that our vineyards can grow healthier…

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