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Did you know that…….

What is the oldest DOC in Italy?

Chianti, Barolo, Montalcino, Montepulciano....?

Montepulciano!!!

The oldest Italian DOC is that of Vino Nobile di Moltepulciano, dating back to 1980;

How many aromas are there in wine?

Floral, Fruity, Herbaceous.....

It takes a super nose!!

There are more than 500 "aromas" of wine: floral, fruity, fragrant, aromatic and so on, the nose must be well trained to recognize them all;

To each wine its own glass?

.... And yes, it can make a difference! For Red Wines...

..Ballon or Gran Ballon!!!

For red wines, the following is used: the small ballon: a classic red wine glass, especially the young and not excessively full-bodied ones; The Grand Ballon: wide model, perfect for full-bodied red wines!

Which country has the most native grape varieties?

Italia, Francia ....?

L'Italia!!!

Yes, Italy has the largest number of native vines in the world: according to 2019 data, there are as many as 545 vine varieties out of a total of 1,300 scattered around the planet!

What is the highest vineyard in Europe?

Italia, Francia, Svizzera....?

L'Italia!!!

The highest vineyard in all of Europe is located in Italy, in Cortina d'Ampezzo, at an altitude of 1350 meters above sea level;

To each wine its own glass?

..... And yes, it can make a difference! For the White Wines...

..Ballon or Gran Ballon!!!

For white wines, the following is used: the flute: tall and narrow, suitable for sparkling wine and prosecco; the tulip: it is composed of a rounded cup and narrows at the top, ideal for light and fresh white wines; il regnano: round and broad, excellent for structured white wines and for Chianti Classico.

Why do the bottles have different colors?

Clear Glass - Green - Brown or Black.....

.... Not only Aesthetics...

Transparent glass bottles: they are used for white wines, which must be drunk young; Green glass bottles: they are used for white wines that need a period of aging and for red wines that require a more or less long period of maturation; Brown or black glass bottles: they guarantee maximum protection from sunlight, so they are suitable for red wines that need long periods of aging.

Which country has the greatest variety of vitis Vinifera?

Italia, Francia, Svizzera....?

L'Italia!!!

The largest variety of Vitis Vinifera in the world is in Italy, which is home to more than 350 different types;

To each wine its own glass?

..... And yes, it can make a difference! For Dessert Wines...

..Ballon or Gran Ballon!!!

The glasses for Italian dessert wines are: the Asti cup: it develops in width and is suitable for sweet sparkling wine; the small tulip: smaller and narrower than the white wine tulip, it is used to sip passito; Sautern: wide at the top and narrow at the base, perfect for "muffati wines", i.e. raisin wines with a more structured bouquet.