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5 Reasons to Join a Wine Tasting & 7 Tips for “How to” Attend it

5 Reasons to Join a Wine Tasting & 7 Tips for “How to” Attend it Imagine swirling some of the best wine in your glass as you look over a tranquil vineyard. Whether you wish to flex your wine knowledge or meet new people, wine tasting are a great thing to put on your bucket list. Continue reading to learn […]

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CH-Custom & Border:duty free-allowances

Entering in Switzerland: the easy guideline for duty free allowances for foodstuffs, alcohol and tobacco Goods that you import for your private use or as gifts are duty-free except for so-called sensitive goods, excess quantities of which are subject to customs duty for agricultural or health policy reasons . Duty-free allowances are applied per person

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Exclusive Producers – Part 2

Reading Time: 3 – 5 minutes Follows the previous article Exclusive Producers – Part 1 Tenuta Anna Maria Giacomelli In ancient times, the property was part of the large estates that the Vivarelli Colonna princes had in Tuscany. On the property was erected a patrician residence of severe external beauty, but with a great wealth

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Exclusive Producers – Part 1

Reading time: 3 – 5 minutes Hey, I went to look for something magic, just to offer you an experience even more incredible. Have you ever heard about these producers? Tenuta Ambrosini In the heart of Franciacorta, where the borders of the lake meet and merge with those of the hills, magnificently exposed to the

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The best southern Italian white wines

The best southern Italian white wines (by “The Guardian”) The red wines of southern Italy have a loyal following, but many of the areas citrussy and breezy whites deserve to be better known, too 3. Carlogmagno Fiano, Puglia IGP, Italy 2019  Southern Italian winemakers have always been reliable providers of gutsy red wines at lower

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The different shapes and sizes of wine bottles

Most of the time, when we think of a bottle of wine, we picture a classic 0.75L bottle. Indeed, this is the most common bottle size, and the most commercialized. The magnum may also come to mind, for its festive and prestigious aspect. However, there is a multitude of wine bottle formats, differentiated by their

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