Passion and curiosity for wine and cuisine.
To be wine expert.
Because its wines are relatively unknown outside the region
The Veneto is Italy’s most important Region for DOC and DOCG wine production, with a mild climate and a terrific landscape in which you will also find thousands of prestigious wineries.
Verona has a unique culinary tradition which is an innate part of our lifestyle.
Osterias and taverns.
Bars and fast food establishments.
They are made from different grape varieties and come from different areas.
The process of semi-drying the grapes before fermenting them (known as appassimento) is what make distinguishes Amarone.
It is a very special wine: rich but dry and laden with aromas that range from cherries to chocolate and incense.
It is a light, easy-drinking red for accompanying snacks or pasta.
Prosecco wines are not bone-dry. They have a light-hearted yet refined grace that goes well with practically any subtly-flavoured food or celebratory occasion.
Prosecco is like Champagne, serious and austere. It is similar to lots of wines you have drunk before.
It is a dessert wine made from semi-dried grapes, which became the Veneto’s first DOCG wine in 1998. It offers an exquisite balance between lively acidity and sweet, apricot-tinged fruit.
It lends itself to pairing with certain Asian dishes. Particularly slightly spicy.
It is a dry red wine.
Because there are hard-and-fast rules about pairing wine and food.
Matching a wine with different foods affects one’s perception of a wine’s flavor.
It is fundamental for creating a memory bank that will help us make future decisions about the wine we buy and drink.
So that we can impress our friends with our poetic verve.
Wine Trip encourages participants to express their sense impressions, describing and giving an opinion on wines in a fun and convivial manner.
She is a journalist and award-winning author, who writes about wine, Italy and culture for magazines and websites around the world. She holds WSET Certificates and Diploma.
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