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HORECA AUDIO NEWS - Le pillole quotidiane
4380 - Belussi presenta una novità Demì, la bottiglia si fa piccola

HORECA AUDIO NEWS - Le pillole quotidiane

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 2:29


Bellussi, la cantina di Valdobbiadene (TV) di proprietà della famiglia Martellozzo e vocata alla produzione di spumanti e Prosecco, dà il benvenuto a Demì, il nuovo formato di bottiglie da 375 ml: si tratta di una scelta innovativa per la cantina che ha deciso di puntare su un formato che per bollicine e spumanti si potrebbe definire inedito o inusuale.BellusSì Blanc de Noir Brut, un vino spumante brut secco e fragrante ottenuto da una selezione di uve Pinot Nero, e Prosecco DOC Rosè Brut, un rosè ottenuto da uve Glera e Pinot Nero con sentori agrumati di pompelmo rosa e note di piccoli frutti rossi, sono i due vini, entrambi già imbottigliati nei formati da 750 ml, 1 l e 3 l, che saranno distribuiti anche nella nuova bottiglia da 375 ml. 

Rav Touitou
La téchouva qui réglera tous nos problèmes (Zéra chimchon)

Rav Touitou

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 14:58


La téchouva qui réglera tous nos problèmes (Zéra chimchon) by Rav David Touitou

Radio Rioja
Chema Glera sobre José Pacheco

Radio Rioja

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 0:24


El periodista de Diario La Rioja, Chema Glera, sobre José Pacheco.

Ecovicentino.it - AudioNotizie
Stagione vitivinicola, nel vicentino calo di produzione del 15 per cento. In aumento la Glera

Ecovicentino.it - AudioNotizie

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 1:46


Grandinate primaverili, temperature alte e scarse precipitazioni in estate hanno condizionato la stagione vitivinicola del vicentino. Aumenta del 10% la Glera che non ha subito danni da gelo. Partita ufficialmente la vendemmia in Veneto

英文小酒馆 LHH
《小酒馆·大世界》-最受欢迎的起泡酒,别说你只知道香槟!

英文小酒馆 LHH

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 20:11


《小酒馆·大世界》-世界各处的文化和精彩,在小酒馆触手可得哦~ 欢迎关注公号【璐璐的英文小酒馆】,可以查看更多精彩内容,查看英语全文稿哦~Hi, everyone. Welcome back to the show.If I ask you to imagine Italy, what pops up in your mind first, grand architecture, breathtaking landscape, gorgeous people, or exquisite cuisine?And now imagine you're appreciating the ancient architecture, chatting with people, and enjoying the food, still something is missing, it is that special bubbly drink that is quintessentially Italian, Prosecco.In this four-episode series, financed by the Prosecco DOC Consortium, according to EU regulation, we are going to embark on a fascinating journey into the world of Prosecco.跟着酒馆一起来趟意大利文化之旅, 打开意大利国民起泡酒Prosecco的世界.So first things first, what is Prosecco to Italians?-To me, Prosecco is all about music, parties, and friends. -Prosecco symbolize joy, victory, and celebration.-For me, Prosecco means weekends and holidays. -Prosecco is a relaxing moment in my garden at the end of the day.To understand this bestselling sparkling wine in the world, we're honored to have a special guest in our studio today. Miss Tanya Barattin from the Prosecco DOC Consortium to share with us all about this beautiful and quintessentially Italian wine Prosecco. Welcome to the show, Tanya.Hello, thank you so much. I'm so excited to be here with you today. Great.I know that you work with Prosecco from an expert's point of view, but for our listeners a lot of them probably don't really know that much about Proseccos, some of them probably have never heard of Prosecco, so first things first, what is Prosecco?Yeah, we can say that Prosecco is the worldwide leading Italian sparkling wine, a representation of Italian excellence, coming from a specific territory located in Northeast side of Italy, switching between two beautiful regions which are Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia.Italians had a long history of making Prosecco.Yes.So when was Prosecco first made going back in history?If we look to the nowadays areas of production which is represented by these nine provinces between these two beautiful regions in Northeast of Italy, we found first wine production since the Roman Empire, so very long time ago.Wow.But the first, we can say oral mention about wine sounding Prosecco goes back to the 1382, and were in the most Northeast side of the region in Trieste province. That time some historical people, wine studying, Plinio, a Naturalis historia study of Plinio il Vecchio found this wine called ‘Pucino', and they think that was the ancient name of Prosecco. (Prosecco Wine: History, Information, Interesting Facts - WebFoodCulture)That was the original.Yes. First we can say oral mention, because for the first written mention, we have to go back to the 1745, and we moved to the most West side of the area of production near Vicenza;and there was a poet, Aureliano Acanti wrote about Prosecco in a very shining way in the poem “Il Roccolo”.There are many vineyards in that region, right?Many people are actually involved in the Prosecco…Yes, exactly, especially in Treviso province because if we talk about when we started to produce Prosecco in a sparkling version, like we know it nowadays, we have to go back to the 1850, in Treviso, in the beautiful Conegliano, where was found the most historical Italian oenology school, it was the 1876 more or less, for the first time was applied to second fermentation, so the bubbling process to Glera grapes in order to make Prosecco. I see. But if we look to nowadays, Prosecco is made by a very big family because especially the DOC is represented by more than 12,000 grape lords, so the one that the cultivated grapes; 1,200 wine makers, the one that takes care to the base wine, production; and 360 sparkling houses, so the one that takes care of the bubbling, so the second fermentation and bottling.

英文小酒馆 LHH
《小酒馆·大世界》-最受欢迎的起泡酒,别说你只知道香槟!

英文小酒馆 LHH

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 20:11


《小酒馆·大世界》-世界各处的文化和精彩,在小酒馆触手可得哦~ 欢迎关注公号【璐璐的英文小酒馆】,可以查看更多精彩内容,查看英语全文稿哦~Hi, everyone. Welcome back to the show.If I ask you to imagine Italy, what pops up in your mind first, grand architecture, breathtaking landscape, gorgeous people, or exquisite cuisine?And now imagine you're appreciating the ancient architecture, chatting with people, and enjoying the food, still something is missing, it is that special bubbly drink that is quintessentially Italian, Prosecco.In this four-episode series, financed by the Prosecco DOC Consortium, according to EU regulation, we are going to embark on a fascinating journey into the world of Prosecco.跟着酒馆一起来趟意大利文化之旅, 打开意大利国民起泡酒Prosecco的世界.So first things first, what is Prosecco to Italians?-To me, Prosecco is all about music, parties, and friends. -Prosecco symbolize joy, victory, and celebration.-For me, Prosecco means weekends and holidays. -Prosecco is a relaxing moment in my garden at the end of the day.To understand this bestselling sparkling wine in the world, we're honored to have a special guest in our studio today. Miss Tanya Barattin from the Prosecco DOC Consortium to share with us all about this beautiful and quintessentially Italian wine Prosecco. Welcome to the show, Tanya.Hello, thank you so much. I'm so excited to be here with you today. Great.I know that you work with Prosecco from an expert's point of view, but for our listeners a lot of them probably don't really know that much about Proseccos, some of them probably have never heard of Prosecco, so first things first, what is Prosecco?Yeah, we can say that Prosecco is the worldwide leading Italian sparkling wine, a representation of Italian excellence, coming from a specific territory located in Northeast side of Italy, switching between two beautiful regions which are Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia.Italians had a long history of making Prosecco.Yes.So when was Prosecco first made going back in history?If we look to the nowadays areas of production which is represented by these nine provinces between these two beautiful regions in Northeast of Italy, we found first wine production since the Roman Empire, so very long time ago.Wow.But the first, we can say oral mention about wine sounding Prosecco goes back to the 1382, and were in the most Northeast side of the region in Trieste province. That time some historical people, wine studying, Plinio, a Naturalis historia study of Plinio il Vecchio found this wine called ‘Pucino', and they think that was the ancient name of Prosecco. (Prosecco Wine: History, Information, Interesting Facts - WebFoodCulture)That was the original.Yes. First we can say oral mention, because for the first written mention, we have to go back to the 1745, and we moved to the most West side of the area of production near Vicenza;and there was a poet, Aureliano Acanti wrote about Prosecco in a very shining way in the poem “Il Roccolo”.There are many vineyards in that region, right?Many people are actually involved in the Prosecco…Yes, exactly, especially in Treviso province because if we talk about when we started to produce Prosecco in a sparkling version, like we know it nowadays, we have to go back to the 1850, in Treviso, in the beautiful Conegliano, where was found the most historical Italian oenology school, it was the 1876 more or less, for the first time was applied to second fermentation, so the bubbling process to Glera grapes in order to make Prosecco. I see. But if we look to nowadays, Prosecco is made by a very big family because especially the DOC is represented by more than 12,000 grape lords, so the one that the cultivated grapes; 1,200 wine makers, the one that takes care to the base wine, production; and 360 sparkling houses, so the one that takes care of the bubbling, so the second fermentation and bottling.

Movies and Booze on Moncrieff
Movies and Booze: #Prosecco

Movies and Booze on Moncrieff

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 46:18


Leslie Williams, Arlene Hunt and Fionnuala Jones all joined Sean Moncrieff for this week's movies and booze live from the Sugar Club with thanks to Marks and Spencer. Today's wines with thanks to Marks and Spencer included: Prosecco Rose All Prosecco comes from Northeast Italy. Prosecco Rosé is a relatively new category with the Consorzio the Italian regulatory body permitting its production from Nov 2020. M&S were the first major retail to launch Prosecco Rosé. The M&S Prosecco Rose is made by a family winery based in the Del Bianco family located in the heart if the Prosecco near the town of Conegliano. The grapes are Glera a white grape and Pinot Noir (or Pinot Nero in Italian) max 15%. Glera makes lively floral wines and Pinot Noir adds the strawberry red fruits. Prosecco Rosé as with all Proseccos is made by the Italian/Martinotti/tank method, where the still wines undergo a second fermentation in big, pressurised tanks to produce the lovely creamy bubbles. Proseccos are all designed to be drunk you and fresh to enjoy all the lovely floral fruity flavours. Classics Pinot Grigio M&S Classics range aim to have wines which truly represents the best quality and typicity of the region or grape. Italian Pinot Grigio can get a bad wrap as lacking flavour and insipid, but it Northeast Italy it can be made into a really flavoursome wine. The M&S Classics Pinot Grigio is made for us by a lovely family winery which is based in a repurposed brick making factory. M&S work closely with the family to make our own wine blend. We visit it them every year in November after the harvest to agree which wine parcels will go into our blend. We aim to get the wine to sing with fresh pear and white blossom notes, round and full flavoured but a wine that can be sipped on its owned or paired with fish and just about any Italian dish Lisboa Bonita This wine is made exclusively for M&S by Casa Santos Lima, based 25kg from Lisboa in Portugal; a country that makes the full range of wines from Sparkling, Red, White, Rose and sweet but are less visible on our shelves as they have a healthy home and tourist market. Portugal has a rich myriad of the local indigenous grape. This wine is made from a selection of these and includes Caladoc, Castelao, Tinta Roriz, Alicante Bouschet, Touriga Franca and Touriga Nacional. This blend gives to a rich full bodied oaked wine that has flavours of ripe black berries and bergamot. There are vanilla notes as well that come from the 6 months ageing in French and American oak for give this complex wine. The label reflects the beautiful blue and white tiles often seen in Portugal particularly buildings in the old town of Lisboa. This hearty wine is perfect for BBQs from the full meaty versions to the creative vegan dishes now being seen. The wine of course is vegan as all M&S wine are.

HORECA AUDIO NEWS - Le pillole quotidiane
2252 - Con Grappa Prosecco ICE di Castagner nasce un nuovo modo di gustare la grappa

HORECA AUDIO NEWS - Le pillole quotidiane

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 5:01


Castagner, uno dei nomi più celebri e importanti per i distillati di qualità, ha trovato la maniera per valorizzare il distillato italiano per eccellenza cambiando il modo di berlo e scegliendo di stupire: nasce infatti Grappa Prosecco ICE, l'unica grappa che si beve ghiacciata. Prodotta da uve Glera, le stesse che vengono utilizzate per il più famoso spumante al mondo, il Prosecco, unisce uno dei fenomeni enologici mondiali del momento a nuove modalità di consumo.

Sniff Sip Repeat
Ep 18: Meet me at the Abbey

Sniff Sip Repeat

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 37:46


This week, my guest is Walter Santero, CEO of Abbazia Vineyards, a family-run estate in the Piedmont region of Northern Italy. Walter is the fourth generation of his family to continue the winemaking tradition. He and Abbazia recently partnered with Wine on a special Prosecco sparkling wine that is part of our soon-to-be-released Ruby Collection of wines celebrating our 40th anniversary. Walter and I chat about everything from Benedictine monks planting Moscato to Zabaglione, sea turtles, and more. He even explains why Prosecco is the best, so pour a glass and join us.For our tasting (timecode 13:22:00), we begin with Abbazia La Tartaruga Moscato I.G.T., a light and fruity wine from the famed region of Pavia. Next we uncork the gorgeous cherry notes of 2019 Abbazia Barbera d'Asti, a wine made from hand-picked grapes to ensure optimal quality and aged for six months. We'll top the episode off with a sneak peak at the upcoming Abbazia Prosecco that is available in August as part of our Ruby Wine Collection.Sniff Sip Repeat is brought to you by Wine Insiders, leaders in online wine. Wine Insiders makes buying great wine easy. Founded in 1982 as a club for California wine enthusiasts, Wine Insiders now offers high-quality wines from around the world for the best value and conveniently shipped to your door in just days. The collection is curated by a host of food and wine industry and lifestyle experts, such as Martha Stewart, Chef Geoffrey Zakarian, and Chef Ludo Lefebvre. Learn more about the wines or shop now to taste alongside our podcast guests.Visit http://www.wineinsiders.com to learn more. Sound effects obtained from https://www.zapsplat.com

Le retour de Mario Dumont
L'argent ne réglera pas l'attente en chirurgie, pense Mario

Le retour de Mario Dumont

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2022 19:20


Segment LCN, manchettes, nouvelle du jour et commentaires avec Mario Dumont et Vincent Dessureault : état de la situation en Ukraine. Le plan santé. Medicago. Pour de l'information concernant l'utilisation de vos données personnelles - https://omnystudio.com/policies/listener/fr

Tout savoir en 24 minutes
Un système de santé malade : attirer plus de personnel ne règlera pas tout, pense Mario

Tout savoir en 24 minutes

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 24:48


Tout savoir en 24 minutes : l'actualité du jour en 24 minutes, analysée et commentée, édition du mercredi 25 janvier. Pour s’informer et tout comprendre en 24 minutes avec Mario Dumont, Vincent Dessureault et Alexandre Dubé.Pour de l'information concernant l'utilisation de vos données personnelles - https://omnystudio.com/policies/listener/fr

Évolution de la pandémie COVID-19
Un système de santé malade : attirer plus de personnel ne règlera pas tout, pense Mario

Évolution de la pandémie COVID-19

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 24:48


Tout savoir en 24 minutes : L’actualité du jour en 24 minutes, analysée et commentée, édition du mercredi 15 septembre. Pour s’informer et tout comprendre en 24 minutes avec Mario Dumont, Vincent Dessureault et Alexandre Dubé. (mise à jour mardi le 25 janvier 15h00) Pour de l'information concernant l'utilisation de vos données personnelles - https://omnystudio.com/policies/listener/fr

Le retour de Mario Dumont
Un système de santé malade : attirer plus de personnel ne règlera pas tout, pense Mario

Le retour de Mario Dumont

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 24:48


Tout savoir en 24 minutes : L'actualité du jour en 24 minutes, analysée et commentée, édition du mercredi 15 septembre. Pour s'informer et tout comprendre en 24 minutes avec Mario Dumont, Vincent Dessureault et Alexandre Dubé. Pour de l'information concernant l'utilisation de vos données personnelles - https://omnystudio.com/policies/listener/fr

OceanFM Ireland
'It would be a major lift for our club' - Glera Chairperson on county final hopes

OceanFM Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 8:56


Ballinaglera club chairperson Padraig Loughlin gives us a sense of the excitement in north Leitrim ahead of Sunday's intermediate football final - and the challenges of keeping a rural GAA club going in bad times as well as good...

Là-haut sur la colline - Antoine Robitaille
Le milliard pour les infirmières réglera-t-il vraiment leurs problèmes?

Là-haut sur la colline - Antoine Robitaille

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 12:03


La rencontre Nadeau-Robitaille avec Rémi Nadeau, Chef de bureau parlementaire à l'Assemblée nationale : 15 000$ à toutes les infirmières à temps plein! La loi interdisant les manifestations anti-vaccin et anti-mesures sanitaires sera adoptée dès aujourd'hui. 118 000 personnes ont signé la pétition contre le passeport vaccinal. La bataille des générations se poursuit. Pour de l'information concernant l'utilisation de vos données personnelles - https://omnystudio.com/policies/listener/fr

Le Quart d'Heure
L'UE rappelle Orban à l'ordre, voter depuis chez soi ne règlera pas tout et la nouvelle génération du cocktail

Le Quart d'Heure

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2021 15:02


durée : 00:15:02 - Le Quart d'Heure - - L'UE monte au créneau contre la Hongrie que veut interdire la "promotion de l'homosexualité" - Faire baisser l'abstention en votant en ligne ? Pas sûr que ça marche ! - Les shakers font leur révolution grâce à une nouvelle génération de mixologues

Italian Wine Podcast
Ep. 595 Luigi Rossi Luciani | Monty Waldin

Italian Wine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2021 19:47


Ep. 595 Monty Waldin interviews Luigi Rossi Luciani from Le Volpi Winery. More about Luigi Rossi Luciani and his Estate: The Monte Fasolo and Le Volpi estates are located within the Euganean Hills Regional Park and enclose about 250 acres of vineyards growing on volcanic soil (90 of which certified organic and all of the rest in conversion to organic), more than 5000 olive trees, producing an outstanding Colli Euganei DOP Extra-Virgin Olive Oil, and dozens of hectares of woods with marked trails and paths. Destination and stop for walks and cycling excursions, with its breathtaking panorama, Monte Fasolo is a landmark in the naturalistic context of the Euganean Hills. The current owner, Luigi Rossi Luciani, a well-known entrepreneur in Padua, and his family have always had an ardent enthusiasm and affection for the area and about 15 years ago they decided to buy and totally restore Le Volpi Estate, directly producing organic wines and EVO. The estate is nowadays an elegant and quiet farmhouse with 14 rooms and a unique infinity pool over the vineyards. In 2017 Mr. Rossi Luciani together with a friend, Mr. Fausto Petagna, decided to buy the Monte Fasolo estate too, which is located just 5 minutes away from Le Volpi, right on the top of the Monte Fasolo hill. The winery had long been abandoned and needed a complete restoration. An impressive work has been done and nowadays the Monte Fasolo Winery is a jewel on the top of the Euganean hills, visiting the winery and walking through the 200 meters long underground cellar is a unique experience to remember! The vineyards are located between 200 and 400 meters asl, the varieties produced are mainly the typical wines from the Euganean Hills, an extremely vocated volcanic area, including,ì among the others Fior d'Arancio DOCG , Cabernet DOC, Merlot DOC and the Bordeaux blend Rosso dei Colli Euganei DOC and Metodo Classico Sparkling wines from different varieties such as Chardonnay, Incrocio Manzoni, Pinot Nero, Glera and Fior d'Arancio too, you really need to come and taste! Let's keep in touch! Follow us on our social media channels: Instagram @italianwinepodcast Facebook @ItalianWinePodcast Twitter @itawinepodast Tiktok @MammaJumboShrimp LinkedIn @ItalianWinePodcast If you feel like helping us, donate here www.italianwinepodcast.com/donate-to-show/ Until next time, Cin Cin!

RadioLF4
Proyectos y excursiones

RadioLF4

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 8:28


Semana de dos días. Con ganas de terminar el curso. Nos hablan del proyecto de Religión y la última excursión con Glera. ¡Felices fiestas de san Bernabé!

Wine for Normal People
Ep 378: Prosecco -- The wine, the region, and how to get the best bottles

Wine for Normal People

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2021 42:06


Prosecco is not only Italy's most popular sparkler, but recently it has surpassed Champagne to become the world's best-selling sparkling wine. In this show we go over the details of the Prosecco region, the winemaking techniques, and I share the most important thing about the wine and how to get the best: the DOCGs that make way better wine than the cheap and cheerful stuff at the supermarket.   By the end of the show you'll understand why Prosecco shouldn't be compared to Champagne (spoiler alert – it's not made the same and that's on purpose!) and how to get better versions of what you may already be sipping! Photo Valdobiaddene, Unsplash   Here are the show notes: Location: The Prosecco DOC is in North East Italy between the Dolomite Mountains and the Adriatic Sea. It spans four provinces of the regions of Friuli Venezia Giulia (Gorizia, Pordenone, Trieste and Udine) and 5 provinces of the region of Veneto (Belluno, Padua, Treviso, Venice, Vicenza). Treviso and Trieste can add the special titles of Prosecco DOC Treviso and Prosecco DOC Trieste given their historic importance.  Given the vast area the DOC covers (23,000 ha/56,000 acres) and the diversity of soil – from poor hilltops to fertile, loamy valleys and plains – it is difficult to name a single style of Prosecco. Climates also range –from cooler sites with mountain or marine breezes, to very warm flat areas that produce masses of grapes for industrial wine. Source: Prosecco DOC Grape: The Glera grape is the main grape in Prosecco (although it used to be called the Prosecco grape!). It is grape prone to high yields, which must be controlled to get high quality wine. When it is grown on good sites, it has moderately high acidity, a lighter body, and relatively low alcohol levels (the wines are usually not more than 12% alcohol by volume). Flavors range but typically Glera exhibits melon, peach, pear, and white flower notes. Prosecco can also have up to 15% Verdiso, Bianchetta Trevigiana, Perera, Glera lunga, Chardonnay, Pinot Bianco, Pinot Grigio, and Pinot Nero grapes in the blend. Source: Prosecco DOC   Prosecco is NOT Champagne and it shouldn't be compared to it (or any of the other wines made in that method). The key difference in the flavor of Prosecco, apart from the Glera grape, is in the winemaking techniques (again, different from Champagne!!). In this process, you harvest the grape and make wine through a primary fermentation. But whereas in the traditional method of sparkling wine, where secondary fermentation takes place in individual bottles, Prosecco's secondary fermentation takes place in autoclaves, large steel tanks kept under pressure.   The process takes as little as a month (versus the required 9 months for most sparkling wine in made in the traditional method), and the wines do not rest sur lie for a long period of time, so the fruitiness of the Glera grape is maintained, rather than replaced with the yeasty, bready character from the yeast. Further, the pressure within the bottle is significantly less in Prosecco, making it a much less bubbly wine in most cases (although there are exceptions). The process has several names: the Martinotti Method, the Charmat Method, Cuve Close, Tank Method, or Conegliano-Valdobbiadene Method.   It's important to recognize that for grapes like Glera (or Riesling in Germany where this method is also used) preserving aroma while getting a fresh effervescence is the goal – they should not be handled like grapes used for the traditional method – the goal of those wines is different. Hence, we should not be comparing Prosecco to Champagne or other sparkling wines – it's apples and oranges, really. Source: Prosecco DOC   There are several types of Prosecco, they vary based on how sparkling they are: Spumante (sparkling), which is the most common and the most bubbly and has a regular sparkling wine cork In 2020, Prosecco DOC Rosé was approved as a new sub-category of Spumante. It must contain at least 85% Glera with 10-15% Pinot Nero. The wine must use the Martinotti/Charmat Method but spend 60 days in autoclave v 30 days for Prosecco DOC. It is vintage dated.   Frizzante (semi-sparkling), which has light and less persistent bubbles than Spumante an is more floral than fruity and often bottled with a screw cap. Proseccco Col Fondo, is a frizzante, but more specifically a pétillant naturel(pét-nat). That means a single fermentation takes place in the bottle from which you drink the wine. It is cloudy and full of lees, or dead yeast cells, and often a bit bready from years on the lees. Tranquillo (still), which is very uncommon and is bottled before the secondary fermentation   Similar to all sparkling wines, there is a sweetness scale for these wines, which you will see on the label: Brut Nature (0-3 grams per liter of residual sugar) Extra Brut (0-6 g/l of residual sugar) Brut (up to 12 grams per liter of residual sugar) Extra Dry (12–17 g/l of residual sugar) Dry (17–32 g/l of residual sugar) Demi-sec (32-50 g/l of residual sugar)     The DOCG The 20% of high quality Prosecco production happens around the smaller, hilly, historic DOCG towns of Conegliano, Valdobbiadene and Asolo. These areas have strong diurnals, poorer soils (meaning, better for the vines), and the wines are a few steps above general Prosecco. They are more complex, the fruit flavors are purer – lemon, peach, pear notes are strong as well as floral notes, flintiness, chalk, and saline aromas and flavors. The wines tend to have lower levels of sugar and are more terroir driven. They are trying to distance themselves from cheaper big-brand Prosecco DOC, some even have elected to remove the world “Prosecco” from their front labels.   Here are the Prosecco Superiore DOCG to seek out: Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG is a cut above and it's a fairly low risk way to see how better Prosecco tastes. Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore “Rive” DOCG is from the steep hills and top vineyards of 43 designated sites – these are outstanding terroir driven wines Valdobbiadene Superiore di Cartizze DOCG is the top wine of Prosecco. It consists of 107 ha/264 acres of vineyards on the steepest hillsides of San Pietro di Barbozza, Santo Stefano and Saccol, in Valdobbiadene. Asolo Prosecco DOCG is outstanding, with great salinity and minerality as well   ________________________________________________ Thanks to our sponsors: Thanks to YOU! The podcast supporters on Patreon, who are helping us to make the podcast possible and who we give goodies in return for their help! Check it out today: https://www.patreon.com/winefornormalpeople      Wine Access   Visit: www.wineaccess.com/normal and for a limited time get $20 off your first order of $50 or more!  Wine Access is a web site that has exclusive wines that overdeliver for the price (of which they have a range). They offer top quality wines by selecting diverse, interesting, quality bottles you may not have access to at local shops. Wine Access provides extensive tasting notes, stories about the wine and a really cool bottle hanger with pairings, flavor profile, and serving temps.

Clera
Clera Mai 2021

Clera

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2021 88:52


Croeso i Glera mis Mai! Cawn orffwysgerdd ddwbwl gan y tad a'r mab, John Gwilym Jones a Tudur Dylan Jones, pos ac eitem swmpus gan Gruffudd a'i Lawysgriffau a chyfle i glywed llais newydd, sef Anne Phillips. Hyn a chymaint mwy! Mwynhewch

Vino al Vino 50 anni dopo
S3 E5 | Anidride Carbonica

Vino al Vino 50 anni dopo

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2021 58:47


Era il 1638 quando il chimico belga Jean Baptiste Van Helmont descrisse per la prima volta il comportamento di una certa molecola formata da un atomo di carbonio legato a due atomi di ossigeno.CO2: la formula magica con cui battezziamo il nostro speciale viaggio fra tutto quanto è “mosso”. Ciò che un bevitore di cultura anglosassone riassume efficacemente in sparkling e che per noi significa districarci tra tipologie talvolta diversissime. Metodo classico, italiano, charmat, Martinotti, Talento, ancestrale, frizzante, pet-nat, per non parlare di Prosecco, Moscato, Lambrusco, e così via: c'è sempre un pezzetto che resta fuori e crea confusione, specie nella comunicazione generalista.Bolle che non scoppiano: è invece l'occhiello con cui sottolineiamo il successo dell'intero comparto, che ha visto ampliare in maniera incredibile la sua piattaforma territoriale, varietale e produttiva. Dinamiche commerciali, ma anche e soprattutto psicologiche: anidride carbonica che diventa ossigeno per corpo e anima con la sua capacità di evocare un'idea di convivialità e festa, spensieratezza e lusso prêt-à-porter, perfino ricompensa e consolazione, magari dopo una giornata pesante.Temi su cui ci confrontiamo ancora una volta con professionisti di prim'ordine, a cominciare dal resident guest della terza stagione, ovvero Giovanni Ascione.A lui il compito di guidarci nelle vicende umane e imprenditoriali di quei distretti che più di tutti hanno ancorato la propria identità alla vocazione spumantistica. Da pionieri come Giulio Ferrari e la famiglia Lunelli di Trento alle tante declinazioni del Prosecco, passando per l'Inghilterra dei Merret e naturalmente per le grandi maison e i récoltant manipulant della Champagne: ce n'è di che ricordare, visitare, stappare.E' un filone per molti versi complementare quello che seguiamo nel racconto di Mauro Mattei, collaboratore “trasversale” di spicco della famiglia Ceretto, in passato impegnato anche al fianco di Enrico Crippa a Piazza Duomo, ristorante tristellato di Alba.La sua preziosa esperienza sul campo ci permette di ampliare la nostra indagine sulla cucina contemporanea e soprattutto sulla sua capacità di dialogare con il vino nelle diverse forme, da quelli “jolly” (come spesso appaiono appunto le bollicine) ai grandi rossi “importanti”. E per bonus track una succosa anticipazione che la dice lunga su quanto sia attuale la riflessione nell'universo fine dining.Infine un Ispettore Palma più “frizzante” che mai: se ogni detective che si rispetti ha il suo signature drink, dai whisky di Marlowe ai Calvados di Maigret, figuriamoci un enogastro-detective di fama mondiale come lui, che ci parla del suo rapporto a 360 gradi con i vini del buonumore per antonomasia.TIPICAMENTE PRESENTAVino al vino 50 anni dopoUn podcast di Paolo De Cristofaro e Antonio Boco S3 E5ANIDRIDE CARBONICABolle che non scoppianoCon l'amichevole partecipazione di Mauro Mattei, Giovanni Ascione e l'Ispettore PalmaLetture e grafica di Tiziana Battistawww.tipicamente.itCREDITIVino al Vino | Alla ricerca dei vini genuini, Mario Soldati - Bompiani (2017)LETTURE, ASCOLTI, VISIONIChampagne. Il sacrificio di un terroir, Samuel Cogliati – Possibilia Editore (2015)CANTINEFerrari (Fratelli Lunelli) - TrentoCà dei Zago – Valdobbiadene (TV)Col Vetoraz – Valdobbiadene (TV)Silvano Follador – Santo Stefano (TV)Valter Miotto – Colbertaldo (TV)Spagnol – Colbertaldo (TV)Frozza – Colbertaldo di Vidor (TV)Nicos Brustolin – Vidor (TV)Bele Casel – Caerano di San Marco (TV)Malibran – Susegana (TV)Malga Ribelle – Farra di Soligo (TV)Krug - ÉpernayPol Roger – ÉpernayVeuve Clicquot - ReimsEgly Ouriet - AmbonnayJean Vesselle - BouzySelosse - AvizeVoirin-Jumel – Cramant Pierre Moncuit – Le Mesnil-sur-OgerBérèche et Fils - LudesFranck Pascal - Baslieux-sous-ChâtillonGusbourne Estate – Appledore (Regno Unito)Wiston Estate (Pippa and Harry Goring) – Pulborough (Regno Unito)Nyetimber Vineyard - West Chiltington (Regno Unito)Deutz New Zealand – Marlborough (Nuova Zelanda)Argyle – Willamette Valley (Oregon, Stati Uniti)BOTTIGLIEFerrari – Trento Giulio Ferrari Riserva del Fondatore 1992Krug – Champagne Vintage 1988Krug – Champagne Clos d'Ambonnay 1996Jean Vesselle – Champagne Oeil de PerdrixPierre Moncuit – Champagne Cuvée Moncuit-DélosGusbourne – Merret Blanc de Blancs 2006Argyle - Extended Tirage Sparkling 2010BRANI MUSICALIJamendo Licensing Unlimited catalog subscription for Spreaker - Tipicamente Podcast Lets Rock – Audio EarthAmbient Softly – FantomStudioThunder Rock - MagikStudioFolk – ch joyMotivational Inspiring Positive Corporate – Ilya GordieFuture Tech – JoystockGood Luck - Muza ProductionInspiration – ClericPositive Education (Version 1) – makesoundJazz – Golden AntelopeSoundForYou – Indie RockIntention (2m30s) – juqboxmusicAnthem of Bavaria (Bayernhymne Oktoberfest) – Steve RaphaelSuccessful Journey – Akashic RecordsPop Culture – Alexey AnisimovPositve Feelings – soundbayModern Garage Rock – SeastockPeaceful Crescendo - MPMProducerEffetti sonori: freesound.org

RadioLF4
La Feria de Cuartos

RadioLF4

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2021 9:05


El sábado 24 de abril tuvo lugar la Feria de Cuartos en Glera. Volvemos con los acertijos. ¡Envía las soluciones a D. Gabriel! Entrevista a D. Carlos.

CheapWineFinder Podcast
Conte Priuli Prosecco Rosé 2020

CheapWineFinder Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2021 6:05


The Conte Priuli Prosecco Rosé 2020 is a $6.99 Trader Joe's Sparkling wine, but it is available at other retailers in different parts of the world. It sells at the Marks and Spencer store in London for the equivalent of 16 dollars US and at a similar price in wine shops in Ireland.A wine that is a store brand that sells for a meager price does not mean that it is a cheap wine. Sometimes, well, most of the time, store brands are bargains. The Conte Priuli Prosecco Rosé 2020 is a vintage-dated Bubbly and a Rosé, a recent development for Prosecco.Prosecco was easy to define; it is a Sparkling wine made with Glera grapes grown in the Prosecco region using the Charmat Method. Rosé needs grapes with pink to red skin to get its color, and that usually means red grapes, but some White grapes such as Pinot Grigio can have enough color for Rosé.The worldwide popularity of Rosé caused some changes in with the wine authorities in Prosecco. A Rosé Prosecco is rated DOC and can include 10% to 15% Pinot Nero (Pinot Noir). It can not be non-vintage; it needs to be vintage-dated. It is basically regular DOC Prosecco with Red wine blended in before bottling.The Conte Priuli Prosecco Rosé 2020 is an Extra Dry Bubbly. Remember, with Sparkling wine, some of the sweetness ratings are backward. Extra Dry means slightly sweet, which is how most Italians prefer their Prosecco. Sparkling wine has enough acidity to balance the most sugary sweetness in the wine. The effect is more fruit-forward than sweet.A regular non-vintage Prosecco is a blend of several recent vintages to ensure a continuation of flavor from year to year. A Prosecco Rosé is Pinot Nero added to Prosecco grown in the same year, so these wines should see more fluctuation from vintage to vintage.The Conte Priuli Prosecco Rosé 2020 is a $6.99 Sparkling wine in America, but a $16 Bubbly elsewhere. It is produced by a large Italian wine company that sells its wines under different labels in different countries worldwide. The alcohol content is a mild 11%.Conte Priuli Prosecco Rosé 2020 Tasting NotesThe color is Barbie Doll pink, with a slew of energetic bubbles. The nose is not unlike the typical Prosecco, a blast of sharp grapefruit and assorted citrus, but the Conte Priuli Prosecco Rosé 2020 also adds black cherry hard candy and faint stone fruit.This is a crisp, clean Sparkling wine, and the addition of Pinot Nero (Pinot Noir) adds rounded flavor and some extra structure. It tastes like a tasty and unexpected mix of lemon and cherry, sort of a cherry lemonade sensation but not sweet. Then there is grapefruit, lime, a salty and nutty flavor, soft spice, and dried strawberry bits.The acidity and the extra sugar balance each other. The acidity adds a brightness and shine to all the flavor.The SummaryThe Conte Priuli Prosecco Rosé 2020 is a tasty Bubbly.I like my Champagne with Pinot Noir added in, and it turns out that I like my Prosecco with a bit of Pinot Nero (Pinot Noir).Do not let the $6.99 price tag put you off. If you think it is too cheap, you can always fly to London and pay $16.

Le regard d'Elisabeth Levy
Marine le Pen condamnée pour avoir relayé des images de Daech, refuser de voir la violence réglera-t-il le problème ?

Le regard d'Elisabeth Levy

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2021


Marine le Pen condamnée pour avoir relayé des images de Daech, refuser de voir la violence réglera-t-il le problème ?

California Wine Country
2020 Favorite Wines of the Year with Tom Simoneau

California Wine Country

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2020 36:57


California Wine Country today has Tom Simoneau in the studio with Steve Jaxon and Dan Berger, to present his favorite wines of 2020. At the end of this episode they speak with Joy Sterling, from Iron Horse Winery, which is Tom Simoneau's 2020 Winery of the Year. Here are the wines presented by Tom and Steve. Today's page was written by Tom Simoneau. He can be reached at tom@simoneauvineyards.com. Best Whites Sparkling Wine: Iron Horse Vineyards 2016 Ocean Reserve Blanc de Blancs, Green Valley, $55. This sparkling wine is a limited edition bottling. Iron Horse gives $4 a bottle to National Geographic's Ocean Initiative. Crisp, delicate, nice and dry. This 100% Chardonnay Sparkler is just that “sparkling” bubbles with a cause. ironhorsevineyards.com Chardonnay: Clos Pegase 2018 Carneros Napa Valley, Mitsuko's Vineyard, Estate Grown, $30. From this iconic Napa Valley winery, this wine with its classic cool region Chardonnay flavors of peach, apple, and pear shows how this varietal grown in the right place can produce an almost perfect wine. The vineyard, 365 acres in size, takes its name from founder Jan Shrem's late wife.  clospegase.com Sauvignon Blanc: J. Lohr Estates 2019 Flume Crossing, Arroyo Seco, Monterey, $14. The blend is entirely from the Sauvignon Musque Clone picked over a month's time at different ripeness levels. Early picks give bright acidity and key lime flavors while more ripeness gives grapefruit and passion fruit. And the final pick achieves mango and fig notes, complex and delicious. Another terrific release from J. Lohr, one of California's finest. jlohr.com Off Dry White: Dry Creek Vineyard 2019 Dry Chenin Blanc, Clarksburg, $16. Congratulations to founder Dave Stare and his family for continuing to produce Chenin Blanc while other wineries gave it the Sideways treatment (ie. - Anything but Merlot.) This slightly sweet wine is perfect as a summer sipper showing bright mouth feel, all orange blossom and candied lemon. drycreekvineyard.com Alternative White: Priest Ranch Wines 2018 Grenache Blanc, Napa Valley, Estate Grown, $22. Not familiar with Grenache Blanc? It's an aromatic white wine. Think biting into a ripe white peach and as the juice runs down your chin, lick it all up. The taste is bracing, yet balanced. It's intoxicating! The Priest Ranch is now part of the 1,615 acre Somerston Estate of which 215 acres is planted to grapes. Also available in 375ml cans – 6 packs $60. priestranchwines.com Best Value White: Inman 2019 Vin Soave, DOC Classico, $16. This product of Italy's Veneto region is 100% Garganega. How many new friends have you made this year? Well, I say this Vin Soave could be your new best friend. The flavors are a cross between Sauvignon Blanc and Chenin Blanc with a hint of Viognier, a crowd pleaser. dallaterra.com ++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Most Fun Wine: Prosecco by Korbel, D.O.C. Sparkling Wine Product of Italy, 187 ml bottles, $5.25. Korbel, always a trend setter, now has a full line of mini-bottles. Pop the top (unscrew), insert a straw, and you're good to go. Prosecco is a screaming category of sparkling wine accounting for $1 in every $5 spent. Prosecco facts: made in the Charmat process, tank fermented from the Glera grape grown in the Veneto in North Eastern Italy. korbel.com Rosé: Inman Family 2019 Endless Crush, Rosé of Pinot Noir, OGV (Olivet Grange Vineyard), Russian River Valley, Sonoma County, $38. The word delicate defines this wine. From its delicate pink color to its delicate pink kiss on your palate. All watermelon and wild strawberry… delicate and delicious. Kathleen Inman is a master winemaker who happens to be a woman. inmanfamilywines.com Sweet Wine: Tenuta di Capezzana Vin Santo di Carmignano, D.O.C. Riserva, 375 ml bottle, $70. Among the oldest wine estates in Tuscany, Capezzana has been producing wine since 804 A.D. This Carmignano is made from mainly Trebbiano.

California Wine Country
2020 Favorite Wines of the Year with Tom Simoneau

California Wine Country

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2020 36:57


California Wine Country today has Tom Simoneau in the studio with Steve Jaxon and Dan Berger, to present his favorite wines of 2020. At the end of this episode they speak with Joy Sterling, from Iron Horse Winery, which is Tom Simoneau's 2020 Winery of the Year. Here are the wines presented by Tom and Steve. Today's page was written by Tom Simoneau. He can be reached at tom@simoneauvineyards.com. Best Whites Sparkling Wine: Iron Horse Vineyards 2016 Ocean Reserve Blanc de Blancs, Green Valley, $55. This sparkling wine is a limited edition bottling. Iron Horse gives $4 a bottle to National Geographic’s Ocean Initiative. Crisp, delicate, nice and dry. This 100% Chardonnay Sparkler is just that “sparkling” bubbles with a cause. ironhorsevineyards.com Chardonnay: Clos Pegase 2018 Carneros Napa Valley, Mitsuko’s Vineyard, Estate Grown, $30. From this iconic Napa Valley winery, this wine with its classic cool region Chardonnay flavors of peach, apple, and pear shows how this varietal grown in the right place can produce an almost perfect wine. The vineyard, 365 acres in size, takes its name from founder Jan Shrem’s late wife.  clospegase.com Sauvignon Blanc: J. Lohr Estates 2019 Flume Crossing, Arroyo Seco, Monterey, $14. The blend is entirely from the Sauvignon Musque Clone picked over a month’s time at different ripeness levels. Early picks give bright acidity and key lime flavors while more ripeness gives grapefruit and passion fruit. And the final pick achieves mango and fig notes, complex and delicious. Another terrific release from J. Lohr, one of California’s finest. jlohr.com Off Dry White: Dry Creek Vineyard 2019 Dry Chenin Blanc, Clarksburg, $16. Congratulations to founder Dave Stare and his family for continuing to produce Chenin Blanc while other wineries gave it the Sideways treatment (ie. - Anything but Merlot.) This slightly sweet wine is perfect as a summer sipper showing bright mouth feel, all orange blossom and candied lemon. drycreekvineyard.com Alternative White: Priest Ranch Wines 2018 Grenache Blanc, Napa Valley, Estate Grown, $22. Not familiar with Grenache Blanc? It’s an aromatic white wine. Think biting into a ripe white peach and as the juice runs down your chin, lick it all up. The taste is bracing, yet balanced. It’s intoxicating! The Priest Ranch is now part of the 1,615 acre Somerston Estate of which 215 acres is planted to grapes. Also available in 375ml cans – 6 packs $60. priestranchwines.com Best Value White: Inman 2019 Vin Soave, DOC Classico, $16. This product of Italy’s Veneto region is 100% Garganega. How many new friends have you made this year? Well, I say this Vin Soave could be your new best friend. The flavors are a cross between Sauvignon Blanc and Chenin Blanc with a hint of Viognier, a crowd pleaser. dallaterra.com ++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Most Fun Wine: Prosecco by Korbel, D.O.C. Sparkling Wine Product of Italy, 187 ml bottles, $5.25. Korbel, always a trend setter, now has a full line of mini-bottles. Pop the top (unscrew), insert a straw, and you’re good to go. Prosecco is a screaming category of sparkling wine accounting for $1 in every $5 spent. Prosecco facts: made in the Charmat process, tank fermented from the Glera grape grown in the Veneto in North Eastern Italy. korbel.com Rosé: Inman Family 2019 Endless Crush, Rosé of Pinot Noir, OGV (Olivet Grange Vineyard), Russian River Valley, Sonoma County, $38. The word delicate defines this wine. From its delicate pink color to its delicate pink kiss on your palate. All watermelon and wild strawberry… delicate and delicious. Kathleen Inman is a master winemaker who happens to be a woman. inmanfamilywines.com Sweet Wine: Tenuta di Capezzana Vin Santo di Carmignano, D.O.C. Riserva, 375 ml bottle, $70. Among the oldest wine estates in Tuscany, Capezzana has been producing wine since 804 A.D. This Carmignano is made from mainly Trebbiano.

CheapWineFinder Podcast
Giusti Asolo Extra Brut Prosecco

CheapWineFinder Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2020 5:58


The Giusti Asolo Extra Brut Prosecco is made from the Glera grape from Giusti estate vineyards in the Asolo DOCG region of Veneto about one hour north of Venice.Ermenegildo Giusti was born into a family from the region who had a history of making wine. As a young man, he left Italy and moved to Canada, and established a hugely successful construction business. In 20014 he moved back to Veneto and purchased a 5-acre vineyard. Today they have a beautiful facility with multiple vineyards.Most of the Prosecco region is designated as DOC wines. Italy has strict rules and regulations and a strong governing body to endorse them. While most of Prosecco is ranked DOC the Valdobbiadene region which is located in a hilly section near the center of Prosecco is designated as DOCG.Then there is the Asolo DOCG area that is located in the foothills of the Dolomites. While there has been wine produced there for a long time it came by its DOCG designation fairly recently.The DOC rating indicates strong rules and regulations pertaining to vineyard practices and winemaking. The G in DOCG stands for Guaranteed. It adds more stringent rules and oversite. It does not mean you are guaranteed to like the wine, only that the strictest quality standards were followed.Giusti Asolo Extra Brut Prosecco like all Prosecco is made with the Charmat Method. That is the process where the bubbles and incorporated into the wine. Champagne uses the Traditional Method which is a technique perfected in the 16th century. Charmat was invented in the Kate 19th century.A quick explanation of the Charmat Method is the grapes are fermented the first, more or less like all wine is fermented. Champagne Houses and Prosecco have their secrets that make their wines unique. With the Charmat Method the wine that has been fermented once is transferred to huge pressurized vats.A measured amount of yeast and sugar is added to the wine. The wine is then allowed to ferment a second time, but this time in a sealed vat that has been pressurized. In Champagne where the 2nd fermentation is performed in a completely different manner, the second fermentation lasts a year and a half and often longer.In Prosecco, the 2nd fermentation lasts from several weeks to several months. each producer uses their own methods for determining the proper amount of pressure coupled with the right length of time. Technology has knocked about 75% of the time it takes to put bubbles into wine.The Giusti Asolo Extra Brut Prosecco is a dry Sparkling wine. The three major classifications for dry Bubbly are Brut, then Extra Brut, and finally Nature which has no added sugar and is bone dry.If you think you know Prosecco and Prosecco DOSG there is a good chance you may not have tried Asolo DOCG Prosecco. Prosecco is the largest selling Sparkling wine in the world in terms of gallons, but Champagne is the largest in terms of dollars. Prosecco is far more affordable than Champagne. The alcohol content is a reasonable 11.5%.Giusti Asolo Extra Brut Prosecco Tasting NotesThe color is almost clear with just a hint of gold, with a flurry of energetic bubbles. The nose is crisp and clean, there is citrus, green apple, melon, a little minerality, and peach.This is not the flavor profile for the typical Prosecco, it is very dry with unique flavors. It tastes like a stew of Anjou pear, dried peach, lemon chiffon (not sweet), green apple, and lime.The mid-palate shows grapefruit, a slight creamy sensation, that salty, nutty "on lees" thing, and just a hint of candy spice. The acidity is very well controlled. It allows the flavors and texture to be bright and alive, but never bites or goes to far.The SummaryThe Giusti Asolo Extra Brut Prosecco is a Bubbly well worth tasting.It is easy to get into a rut with Prosecco, some of the ones readily available in the supermarket, while very tasting, can be indistinguishable from the next brand.I am not complaining,

Politiquement incorrect
La déculturation des autochtones ne se réglera pas du jour au lendemain

Politiquement incorrect

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2020 14:44


Chronique de l’essayiste et journaliste Jérôme Blanchet-Gravel : la déculturation des autochtones est bouleversante. Un débat gênant pour la nation américaine. Pour de l’information concernant l’utilisation de vos données personnelles - https://omnystudio.com/policies/listener/fr

Principle of Hospitality - The Podcast
Episode 94 - Melissa the Prosecco Queen

Principle of Hospitality - The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2020 51:45


Episode 94 - Melissa the Prosecco Queen Melissa first fell in love with Prosecco, the utterly delightful Italian sparkling wine made from the Prosecco grape (now known in Italy as ‘Glera’), in 2003 on a trip to Italy, where she discovered that its delicate acidity, soft bubbles and citrus/floral nose made it the perfect wine to drink at any time of the day or night. The Prosecco Queen is a multi-faceted business, offering Prosecco masterclasses, dinners and other special events, as well as an online wine and merchandise store with a hand-picked selection of Italian and Australia Prosecco for you to try. If she wouldn’t drink it herself, she won’t ever sell it to you because life is too short to drink bad wine! In this podcast we talk about how her business been affected since COVID, what she thinks COVID will do for event-based enterprises in the long term, and what areas of the hospitality industry will be hurt the hardest from this crisis. Website: https://www.theproseccoqueen.com.au/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/proseccoqueenau/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/principle-of-hospitality/message

CheapWineFinder Podcast
Presto Sparkling Rosé

CheapWineFinder Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2020 5:13


The Presto Sparkling Rose' is a $9.99 Whole Foods North American exclusive made from the Lagrein and Raboso grapes grown in the Veneto and Trentino regions of northern Italy. Trentino and Veneto are well known for Alto Adige (Pinot Grigio) and Prosecco regions.Lagrein and Raboso are local grapes that are popular in Italy, you can find these grapes as single varietal wines at a wine shop with a good Italian section. Presto also makes a Prosecco and a Lambrusco, they seem to specialize in value-priced Italian Bubbly.Even though the Presto Sparkling Rose' seems to be produced in the same general area as Prosecco it can not be called Prosecco Rose'. Prosecco is a very specific wine, a Sparkling wine made with the Charmat Method using the Glera grape. They are very protective of their brand, so this is not Prosecco but Sparkling Rose'.In Italy Sparkling wine is called Spumante, it is the Italian word for Bubbly. Prosecco and Champagne are both Spumante but are more well-known for their brand names. Spumante in the US is synonymous with inexpensive, sweet Sparkling wines from the Asti region. So even though this should be a Spumante they use Sparkling wine to avoid any negative connections.A Rose' gets its pale pink color when the grapes are crushed the skins are left in the tank for a couple for hours and are removed when the desired color is reached. While the tasting notes do not specify the method the second fermentation was likely the Charmat Method or large pressurized tanks. The alcohol content is 11.5%.Presto Sparkling Rose' Tasting NotesThe color is a salmon pink and there are plenty of bubbles. The nose is a mix of cherry, lemon/lime, grapefruit, and dried strawberry. Very light and delicate.This an Extra Dry Bubbly which means slightly sweet, but there is enough acidity to counter the sugar. It tastes of crisp, sour cherry, a splash of minerality, tart apple, and tangerine. The mid-palate adds a salty, nutty sensation, a hint of vanilla, and tart cranberry. The acidity is well-balanced, this is a light, crisp, refreshingly Sparkling Rose'.The SummaryThe Presto Sparkling Rose' gets the job done. Well priced, very tasty, and well-made. There is not much you can ask for at this price range.If you enjoy a glass of Prosecco you will like the Presto Sparkling Rose'. Many of the same elements that make Prosecco so attractive are on display, but with a different, but pleasing flavor profile.Photo by Anthony DELANOIX on Unsplash

45parallelo
Nasce il Prosecco Rosé, Italia del Metodo Classico asfaltata (ancora)

45parallelo

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2020 5:32


Il Comitato nazionale Vini del Ministero delle Politiche agricole alimentari e forestali ha accolto a cavallo del 21 maggio 2020 la proposta di modifica del disciplinare di produzione della Doc Prosecco che prevede l'introduzione della tipologia Rosé. La modifica sarà formalizzata attraverso la pubblicazione della Gazzetta Ufficiale della Ue. Il nome deciso dal Consorzio di tutela del Prosecco Doc per il nuovo vino è "Prosecco spumante rosé millesimato" e si prevede che potrà contenere dal 10% al 15% di Pinot Nero vinificato in rosso. Una buona notizia oppure un altro pezzo di spumantistica italiana a valore sacrificata alla logica dei grandi volumi?

Dracaena Wines Podcast
Glera on Winephabet Street

Dracaena Wines Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2020 51:49


Welcome to another episode of Exploring the Wine Glass. Today we return to Winephabet Street. So sweep those clouds away and come where the wine is neat. Come join me on Winephabet Street. Today’s letter of the day is G and it stands for Glera. Originally known as Prosecco, but as the region became a DOCG in 2009, the name was changed to Glera, the variety term to avoid confusion. Although the true origin of Glera is not proven, it is generally accepted that it originates from Prosecco, which is located near the Italian-Slovenian border. Today I am drinking Terre de San Venanzio Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Fortunato. In between you raising a glass of Prosecco to your lips, please swipe to rate and review the podcast so that others can find me. Thank you. Follow me on Instagram!   Follow me on Twitter! SUBSCRIBE ON iTUNES STITCHER | iTUNES | GOOGLE PLAY | SPOTIFY | PODBEAN GIVE US A RATING AND REVIEW STAY IN THE KNOW - GET SPECIAL OFFERS Thoughts or comments? Contact Lori at exploringthewineglass@gmail.com. Please like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/exploringthewineglass Find us on Twitter, Instagram , Pinterest, and Snapchat (@dracaenawines) Want to watch some pretty cool livestream events and wine related videos. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel.  Find out more about us and our award winning Paso Robles wines on our website.  Looking for some interesting recipes and wine pairings? Then head over to our wine pairing website.  Thanks for listening and remember to always PURSUE YOUR PASSION! Sláinte!  Please Visit our Sponsors by clicking Dracaena Wines - Our Wines + Your Moments + Great Memories Use code 'Explore' at checkout to receive 10% off your first order

Weekly Wine Show
Ep 198 - Make Your Holidays Sparkling

Weekly Wine Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2019 9:29


With the holidays just around the corner, we have some sparkling wine recommendations to take the guess work out of selecting wines. Big thanks to our friends at Palm Bay International and Taub Family Selections for providing us with samples for this episode. Although these wines were provided to us, the opinions and tasting notes in this episode are our own.   Budget Friendly Wines Villa Marcello Millesimato Prosecco DOC Brut NV - priced around $17. Villa Marcello Prosecco DOC hails from the province of Treviso, one of the finest growing regions of Prosecco. Grapes: 85% Glera, 15% Pinot Bianco Light aromas and flavors of apple blossom, lemon, and dried hay This wine doesn’t have bread or yeasty notes - it’s fruity and floral, very delicate and elegant wine Pere Ventura Tresor Brut Cava - priced around $16.  This Cava is a Reserva which means it’s aged 15 months on the lees the same as non-vintage Champagne  Light aromas of nectarines, fresh sage, minerality and yeasty notes Flavors of nectarines, fresh sage, white flowers and minerality Although we get a hint of breadiness in the nose, this wine is still very crisp and fruity We enjoyed this wine with a nice aged Gouda cheese but also would go with appetizers, hard cheeses, fried foods, and Asian cuisine Something different Ackerman Crémant de Loire Sparkling Cuvée 1811 Blanc Brut - priced around $22.  The name of this wine comes from its beginnings. Ackerman was established in 1811 in the small town of Saumur in the heart of France's Loire Valley by Jean-Baptiste Ackerman. Blend of 70% Chenin Blanc, 20 % Chardonnay, 10% Cabernet Franc and each variety is made into wine separately in view of maintaining its typical features up until blending at the end of winter. This wine has light aromas of golden apples, white flowers and a hint of breadiness We got flavors of golden apples, peaches, lemon oil and white flowers Very fruit wine that we thought it paired really well with blue cheese We think that this is a unique blend of grapes that people might not be as familiar with. Altemasi Brut, Trento DOC - priced around $24. The Trento DOC appellation is renowned for producing some of the finest sparkling wines in Italy and is known as the Italian alternative to Champagne  100% Chardonnay wine made in the traditional method that is aged on the lees for at least 15 months Light aromas of apples and bread almost like apple pie This wine has flavors of lemon, green apples with a hint of breadiness So when people think of sparkling wine from Italy they mostly think of Prosecco and Prosecco is super popular right now. So if you are looking for something different from Italy this would be a great option.  Splurge Wines Boizel Brut Réserve Champagne NV - priced around $50. 55% Pinot Noir, 30% Chardonnay, 15% Pinot Meunier The still wines from the year are blended with 30% of reserve wines kept from the previous two harvests, for consistency Post second fermentation, the wine is aged for three years on its lees, in bottle Intense aromas of bread dough, golden apples and honeycomb This wine has flavors of honeysuckle, green apples, lemon and a hint of bread We love the smell of this wine and the complex flavor profile Enjoyed this wine with Camembert and aged Gouda cheeses Champagne André Jacquardt Brut Nature Expérience 1er Cru Blanc De Blancs - priced around $100. 100% Chardonnay wine 60% Vinified in stainless steel, 40% vinified in older Burgundy oak barrels. No malolactic fermentation. Five years aging on the lees before disgorgement. Aromas of red apple skins, bread, rose and minerality It’s the driest of the wines in this episode and has high acidity with flavors of pink lady apples, rose, lemon, and a funky yeasty flavor This wine is crisp, fruity, floral and complex  A special treat for a special occasion

CheapWineFinder Podcast
Kirkland Asolo Prosecco DOCG

CheapWineFinder Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2019 10:52


The StoryThe Kirkland Asolo Prosecco DOCG Extra Dry is a $6.99 Costco import exclusive sourced from grapes farmed around the town of Asolo in the center of the Prosecco region in Veneto, Italy. In California, the wine grape growing regions comprise of unique territories known as AVA's, such as Paso Robles, Sonoma, Dry Creek, etc., these boundaries are all location-based there are no government mandates on which grapes can be grown, how they are to be farmed, and how the wine is produced. In Italy, the government uses DOC and DOCG to designate territories, but also provide strict regulations on many aspects of the grape growing and winemaking, with the DOCG (G stands for guaranteed) being the strictest level. These rules and regulations are put in place to ensure quality or with DOCG guarantee quality. That does not mean that a DOCG wine will taste better than a DOC wine, that is up to the winemaker and your personal preferences. But to my way of thinking the actual quality levels are up to the individual wineries because it is possible to make top-quality wine in all Italian levels of wine, DOCG, DOC, IGT, and table wine. Most of the Prosecco region is designated as DOC, there is a very hilly section in the middle of the area that is deemed to be the absolute best place for growing the Glera grape, in the case of the Kirkland bubbles in the hills around the town of Asolo. This hilly section is rated as DOCG. Now, here is a bit about how Prosecco is made, first most Prosecco in the value price range is non-vintage, meaning that several vintages are blended together to maintain a recognizable "House Style", which is very important for Prosecco brands to create an identity. The Glera grapes (the exclusive grape of Prosecco) are kind of an empty canvas, you almost never see a Glera still wine (non-Bubbly) because it does not make a particularly interesting still wine. The Glera grapes are fermented the 1st time, each Prosecco House has its own winemaking tricks at this stage and when they decide the wine is ready it is transferred to huge pressurized tanks. These tanks are large autoclaves and are basically huge versions of the autoclaves used to sterilize surgical equipment and tattoo needles. Sugar and yeast are added to the vats and a 2nd fermentation begins. CO2 is released as a by-product of fermentation, but since the sealed vat is under pressure the CO2 has nowhere to go but back into the wine. This second fermentation can last a few weeks or a few months, the longer time allows the CO2 to better acclimate itself to the wine and become fine Bubbly. The alcohol content with the Kirkland Prosecco is 11%.The Tasting NotesThe color is a platinum yellow with a decent supply of tiny bubbles. The nose is lemon, green apple, melon, and grapefruit, with a hint of ripe juicy peach and a floral edge. This Prosecco has balanced flavors, solid acidity, and a nice dash of minerality. It starts with tart lemon, peach, Bosc pear, and melon. The mid-palate offers a juicy apple, a salty sensation, and not sweet lemon hard candy. The acidity is very persistent, it is not quite a lip-smacking acidity, but it is part of the flavor profile. The finish is strong and long.The Summary * This is an extremely solid Prosecco at an amazing price, $6.99. * There are only so many Prosecco producers from the Asolo region, with a little bit of sleuthing you can probably figure out who made it, but I would imagine all the producers from this area are first rate. * Keep the Kirkland Prosecco in mind for the Holiday party season, it is a steal at less than $7. * This is an extra-dry Bubbly which means slightly sweet, but remember solid acidity balances the sweetness, so the sensation is more nectar sweet than sugar sweet. 

CheapWineFinder Podcast
Riondo Prosecco Spago Nero

CheapWineFinder Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2019 7:35


The StoryThe Riondo Prosecco Spago Nero is 100% Glera grape from the DOC portion of the Prosecco region of Veneto in Northern Italy. The Spago Nero differs from the usual Prosecco in that this is Frizzante which refers to the pressure (atmospheres) inside the bottle. A typical Prosecco will have about 3 atmospheres of pressure (Champagne has 6 or 7) and a Frizzante Bubbly will have 1 or 2, in other words, light bubbles. The name Spago Nero translates to a black string. It refers to the original enclosure, which is still available, where the top is tied with a black string, this particular bottle had a screw cap. Bubbly with hefty atmospheres in the bottle need a big cork and cage, Frizzante can get away with a modest cap. The Spago Nero is also the #1 selling Prosecco is Italy.The Riondo is a medium sweet Bubbly, but with Sparkling wine, solid acidity can balance the sugar so it doesn't seem quite so sweet. Riondo is a huge winery with almost 16,000 acres of vineyards, but they have only been in business for 11 years. As per usual, Prosecco gets its bubbles from the Charmat Method, pressurized stainless steel vats. Not only are the bubbles less fizzy, but the alcohol content is also a rather modest 10.5%.The Tasting NotesThe color is a pale golden yellow, with plenty of energetic bubbles. The nose is delicate and light, lemon, melon, green apple, light spice, and pear. This is a medium-bodied Bubbly, fruit forward and the acidity does balance the sugar. It tastes of green apple, pear, dried apricot bits, and lemon chiffon. The mid-palate adds a salty, nutty sensation, and juicy peach. The acidity is just below lip-smacking good, but it does an admirable job of keeping the sugar/sweetness balanced. The finish is subtle and lengthy.The Summary * I can see why the Riondo Prosecco Spago Nero is the #1 Prosecco in Italy, it is super easy to drink. It goes down easy, the light bubbles and the low alcohol can keep you going for a long time without ill effects. * This is an excellent party Bubbly, where you want your guests to have a nice Bubbly, but you need low alcohol so they can get home safely. * A light and delicate Bubbly, with enough flavor to keep you interested and asking for more.

Wein verstehen leicht gemacht
Prosecco und Champagner (WVLG007)

Wein verstehen leicht gemacht

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2019 70:27


Herzlich willkommen zum zweiten Teil unserer Schaumwein-Serie in der es heute um die wohl zwei bekanntesten Vertreter aus dieser Kategorie geht: Prosecco und Champagner. DIE 3 Key Facts: Prosecco darf nur aus dem Veneto stammen und wird aus der Rebsorte Glera gewonnenChampagner wird nur aus den drei Rebsorten Pinot Noir, Chardonnay und Pinot Meunier bereitetChampagner wird nur mit der traditionellen Flaschengärung hergestellt.Prosecco ist der Inbegriff für la dolce vita und für leicht zugänglichen, günstigen Schaumwein. Sein blumiges, florales Bouquet gepaart mit relativ geringen Alkoholgehalt eröffnen ihm viel Zuspruch unter den Konsumenten. Leider zu oft findet man sehr „billige“ Prosecchi; seine Qualität hat früher unter einfachsten Grundweinen aus Süditalien gelitten. Deswegen wurde u.a. die zu verwendende Rebsorte von Prosecco in Glera umbenannt und sein gesetzlich geschützter Ursprung auf das Veneto und das Friaul eingegrenzt. Es gibt ihr als Spumante und Frizzante und als DOC- und DOCG-klassifiziert. Ein kleines zerstreutes Angebaut im sog. Randzonenklima hat es mit einem sehr geschickten Marketing geschafft, sich zum Inbegriff für Luxus, Erfolg und Feierlaune zu mausern. Die Champagnerherstellung unterliegt einem umfänglichen Regelwerk, dem neben Anbau und Erzeugung auch die Abfüllung und der Verkauf unterliegen. Wir werden uns die Detail in Zukunft in einer eigenen Folge genauer ansehen. Heute soll es zunächst „nur“ darum gehen, das Geschmacksprofil eines typischen Hausstil-Champagner kennen zu lernen. Buchempfehlung: "Champagner" von Ingo Swoboda; zu beziehen über den Amazon-Affiliate-Link für 7,80€Wein des Monats: MISCO von Tavignano; Verdecchio dei Castelli di Jesi DOC; Classico, 2017; 13,90€ bei Belvini Genussreiche Grüße Euer Florian (Weinakademiker | WSET Diploma in Wine and Spirits) Blog | Facebook | Instagram | Bilder zur Podcast-Folge bei Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn Hintergrundinformationen: ProseccoVenetienFriaulRebsorte GleraSpumante und FrizzanteChampagneChampagnerFlaschengärung / Champagner-VerfahrenSanta Barbara CountyAVA Santa Ynez Valley

CheapWineFinder Podcast
Villa Sandi il Fresco Brut Prosecco

CheapWineFinder Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2019 7:42


The Villa Sandi ilFresco Brut Prosecco is a DOC classified non-vintage Bubbly, 85% Glera, 15% Chardonnay & Pinot Blanc sourced from the Treviso region of Veneto (Venice) in Northeast Italy. Villa Sandi has been a wine estate since 1622, though Prosecco, as we know it today, has only been around for a little over 100 years. The il Fresco in the name translates to "fresh" and that refers to their production technique of refrigerating the crushed juice until it is needed. Then they ferment the juice a first time and then transfer the wine to a huge autoclave (a pressurized tank, it keeps the CO2 gasses released during fermentation from escaping) to ferment the wine a 2nd time (this is where the bubbles are formed), this method is called the Charmat Method. The wine is fermented in the autoclave (a much larger version of the machine that sterilized surgical and tattoo equipment) for 2 months "on lees". On lees indicated the dead yeast is left in the tank with the juice, it will add flavor and structure. By waiting to produce the Bubbly until needed for sale, it is always fresh and lively. As a non-vintage wine, the Villa Sandi Brut Prosecco is blended each year with juice from earlier vintages to insure the final outcome always reflects the "house style". With Sparkling wine, all the producers (in Prosecco and Champagne) use the same grapes, from the same general local, and use the same production methods. The important differences come from the small details, in the vineyard and during the wine production that allows the Bubbly to have its own unique personality. The alcohol content is 11%. The color is a mix of gold and platinum, with loads of highly energetic bubbles. The nose is crisp and clean, slightly yeasty, with aromas of lemons, limes, apples, pear, and a soft floral edge. This is a soft, rounded Bubbly, with an excellent dose of acidity. It starts with crisp Green apple, Meyer lemon, not too tart grapefruit, the "on lees" adds a salty nutty sensation. The mid-palate adds fresh lime and not sweet peach. The flavors are all well-balanced and the acidity will activate your palate. You will find yourself reaching for another sip without actively thinking about. The finish is crisp, clean and fairly lengthy. Summary * Second fermentation lasted 2 months, which is a solid length of time for an entry-level Italian Sparkling wine. The longer the time the better the integration of the bubbles. * The addition of Chardonnay and Pinot Blanc adds contrast to the usual Glera grape Prosecco flavor profile * The House Style, with all Bubbly, is a very important consideration. I used to buy which ever Prosecco was on sale. I think it is time to start thinking about the Prosecco that is "right" for me. The difference between the price of the "sale" Prosecco and what will be my favorite Prosecco isn't that large. So buy your favorite.

Weekly Wine Show
Ep 155 - Four Wines February 2019 Edition

Weekly Wine Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2019 10:40


It’s time for another four wines. Every couple of months we talk about four random wines that don’t fit in an upcoming episode.  All four of the wines  featured in this week’s episode were sent to us as press samples. But regardless if we purchase the wine or get it for free we always give our honest opinion and only talk about wines we really enjoyed.   Valdo 1926 Cuvee NV - priced around $14. This is a sparkling wine is made from 90% Glera, 10% Chardonnay Fresh aromas of tropical fruits - starfruit, papaya, and pineapple as well as some floral notes It’s off dry with medium plus acidity and flavors very similar to aromas - tropical fruits and flowers This wine is everything I like about sparkling wine fresh, fruity and crisp. The bubbles give this wine a soft and luxurious texture and it has just the right amount of sweetness Pair with wine with brunch, fresh fruits or dessert like a fruit tart   Maryhill Viognier 2017 - priced around $19. Aromas of pear, melon, nectarine and pineapple It’s dry with medium plus acidity and medium light body with flavors of grapefruit, pineapple, and nectarine This wine is great if you want something crisp and light. It went great with Indian food but it does have 14% ABV so watch the spice level on your dish You can purchase this wine right from Maryhill's website   Tintonegro Uco Valley Malbec 2017 - priced around $17. Tinonergo mean black wine in Spanish which is fitting Malbec from Mendoza is known for its dark, blackish color Aromas of dark fruit, dusty earth and a hint of baking spice It’s dry with medium acidity and medium, smooth tannins with juicy, ripe flavors of dark cherries, blackberries and black plum If you are looking for a fruity and approachable wine this is a winner. Enough acid to pair with food and enjoyable on its - the best of both worlds. Food Pairing Option: Skirt Steak with Chimichurri Sauce   Watermill Estate Mourvèdre 2012 This wine has aromas of dark fruits , dusty earth, rose and Chinese 5 spice It’s dry with medium acidity, medium tannins and medium body with flavors of dark fruits, rose, salty mushrooms, with a hint of bitter greens on the finish A Lot going on in this wine - floral, savory, herbal Great great balance of acidity and tannins Don’t see a lot of varietal wines made from Mourvèdre so if you are looking for something unique this is a great option.    

On jase
Est-ce que le retour de Weber règlera les problèmes en défensive? Qui sera son partenaire? - 26 nov. 2018

On jase

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2018 60:33


Gaston Therrien en direct de Brossard et Pierre LeBrun fait le tour de l'actualité dans la LNH.

The Wine Situation
Diana Dinerman & Detour Wine!

The Wine Situation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2018 59:09


Diana Dinerman (comedian, writer) joins Shaughn and Ellen to get into her journey from dance to writer to comedian and all the wine that came along the way.The hip sip tip from Shaughn is bottle-fermented Glera from McLaren Vale! Ellen's is Grappa...or is it?The group cracks open a bottle of Chilean Cinsault called GLUP! An unusual style to see out of the Valle de Itata.Diana got a solid foundation in wine when she was living in Alsace. She went on to discover Grenache Blanc once back in the states. They discuss how good wine could be found in gas stations in France, but just because it's European doesn't mean its good.She shares how coursework on a performance history lead to her putting aside her studies and detouring to performing.The conversation turns to a deep discussions on history and patriarchy and how to learn from the past and make good changes. Plus, why Virginia Woolf was right about a rooms of one's own!A game of what's in the glass gets into a conversation on how wine gets the flavor descriptors it does. Lastly, the joy of making risky decisions that pay off! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Keeping Wanderlust
A Love Letter to New York

Keeping Wanderlust

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2018 123:25


The first episode of the Keeping Wanderlust podcast. Kris and Kayla try to find their radio voice while providing the backstory of their early days courting each other in New York City. Fear not wanderlust-nation, future episodes will not run as long as this one. This is just an opportunity to get to know us a bit before diving into the other episodes. Listen in for a few insider tips if you’ve never been to the big apple before, and have a laugh as they stroll down memory lane. As a bonus feature, there’s a built in drinking game that is triggered whenever someone abuses the word “so.” Shameless plugs from this episode: World Wanderers: Another couple that has an awesome podcast with over 150 episodes on travel locations, travel as a lifestyle, travel hacking, the philosophy of travel, how travel has changed their lives. https://www.theworldwanderers.com/ Carpene-Malvolti: Sparkling Wine obtained from Glera grapes (100%) grown on the vineyards located within the area of Treviso, the most suited area of the Denomination D.O.C.. With a bright straw yellow colour with delicate greenish nuances and fine perlage, it has an intense nose and is rich in fruity and floral aromas of yellow pulp fruit and white flowers. Fresh, delicate, balanced, with a slight note of sweet almond in the finish. Excellent as an aperitif or for the whole meal with light dishes of Mediterranean cuisine. https://www.carpene-malvolti.com/eng/prosecco HoneyTrek: Great site that follows the adventures of Mike and Anne Howard; two Americans that started their honeymoon in 2012 and never looked back. They’ve traveled to over 56 countries across 7 continents and are constantly updating their site with articles, videos, guides and more to help inspire you to get off the beaten path to live your best life. https://www.honeytrek.com/

IWSA - International Wine & Spirits Academy

Prosecco İtalya’nın kuzeydoğusunda Veneto adlı bölgenin bir alt bölgesidir. Genellikle insanlar Prosecco’yu bir şarap olarak tanıyorlar. Tabii ki de bir şarap ama bu bölgenin tescilli şarabı. Nasıl Fransa’nın Champagne bölgesinin köpüren şarabına şampanya deniyorsa, İtalya’nın da Prosecco bölgesi köpüren şarabına Prosecco deniliyor. Üzüm eski, güncel olmayan kaynaklar da Prosecco olarak geçmekle beraber aslında bölgenin yerel üzümünün adı Glera. Glera üzümünden üretiliyor Prosecco’lar. Dünyanın en popüler köpüren şarapları diyebiliriz aslında. Doğal köpüren bir şarap ama tank metoduyla üretilen doğal köpüren bir şarap aslında. Zaten bu metodu da dünyada bulan aslında bir İtalyan. Tank metoduyla üretildiği için üzümün kendi karakteristik özellikleri olan kayısı, şeftali gibi kokular inanılmaz ön planda, çok tipik bir karakteristiği var üzümün. İtalyan şaraplarında spumante ve frizzante diye bir ayrım vardır. Etikette spumante yazanlar tam köpürendir yani içindeki basınç çok daha fazla olan şaraplardır. Frizzante yazanlarsa hafif köpüren şaraplardır. Yani içindeki basınç ve gaz çok daha az olan şaraplardır. Satın alırken buna da dikkat etmek lazım.

Wine Soundtrack - Italia
Vigna Belvedere - Elisabetta Cichellero

Wine Soundtrack - Italia

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2018 10:29


L’azienda Vigna Belvedere deve la sua storia all’appassionato lavoro di una famiglia di commercianti di legname e proprietari terrieri attivi nel nord-est d’Italia fin dal XV secolo e che all’inizio dell’800, decise di investire in diversi terreni e proprietà immobiliari nella pianura tra il Friuli Venezia Giulia ed il Veneto, al fine di facilitare il trasporto del legname dalle rigogliose foreste del Cadore alla laguna dell’antica Repubblica Marinara di Venezia. Nel secolo scorso, la gestione della proprietà, che oggi si estende su 110 ettari di terreno fertile, si è dedicata, oltre che ai seminativi anche alla cura di diversi ettari di vigneto con le varietà tipiche della denominazione Friuli-Grave, producendo, fino alla fine degli anni 80, vini quali il rinomato Refosco dal Peduncolo Rosso, il noto Merlot tipico ed il fresco Verduzzo frizzante.Come da tradizione, gran parte dei terreni della nostra Azienda vitivinicola, sono tutt’ora coltivati a seminativo.Tuttavia, in seguito ad un totale rinnovo dei vigneti, la nostra azienda ha preso oggi un nuovo slancio, grazie anche alle conoscenze acquisite presso la “Scuola di preparatori d’uva” di Simonit& Sirch, e all’applicazione in vigneto del metodo da loro ideato, che pone al centro dell’attenzione il benessere e il rispetto delle piante con una corretta gestione del suolo, al fine di tutelare la salute delle nostre viti e di chi ha il piacere di assaggiare i nostri viniLe nostre vigne si estendono su circa 20 ettari con le varietà Pinot grigio, Chardonnay, Ribolla gialla, Cabernet Sauvignon, Refosco dal peduncolo rosso, e Merlot tra qui spiccano 8 ettari di vigorosi filari di uve Glera. 

Wine Soundtrack - Italia
Vigna Belvedere - Elisabetta Cichellero

Wine Soundtrack - Italia

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2018 10:29


L’azienda Vigna Belvedere deve la sua storia all’appassionato lavoro di una famiglia di commercianti di legname e proprietari terrieri attivi nel nord-est d’Italia fin dal XV secolo e che all’inizio dell’800, decise di investire in diversi terreni e proprietà immobiliari nella pianura tra il Friuli Venezia Giulia ed il Veneto, al fine di facilitare il trasporto del legname dalle rigogliose foreste del Cadore alla laguna dell’antica Repubblica Marinara di Venezia. Nel secolo scorso, la gestione della proprietà, che oggi si estende su 110 ettari di terreno fertile, si è dedicata, oltre che ai seminativi anche alla cura di diversi ettari di vigneto con le varietà tipiche della denominazione Friuli-Grave, producendo, fino alla fine degli anni 80, vini quali il rinomato Refosco dal Peduncolo Rosso, il noto Merlot tipico ed il fresco Verduzzo frizzante.Come da tradizione, gran parte dei terreni della nostra Azienda vitivinicola, sono tutt’ora coltivati a seminativo.Tuttavia, in seguito ad un totale rinnovo dei vigneti, la nostra azienda ha preso oggi un nuovo slancio, grazie anche alle conoscenze acquisite presso la “Scuola di preparatori d’uva” di Simonit& Sirch, e all’applicazione in vigneto del metodo da loro ideato, che pone al centro dell’attenzione il benessere e il rispetto delle piante con una corretta gestione del suolo, al fine di tutelare la salute delle nostre viti e di chi ha il piacere di assaggiare i nostri viniLe nostre vigne si estendono su circa 20 ettari con le varietà Pinot grigio, Chardonnay, Ribolla gialla, Cabernet Sauvignon, Refosco dal peduncolo rosso, e Merlot tra qui spiccano 8 ettari di vigorosi filari di uve Glera. 

Wine Soundtrack - Italia
Ca'Passion - Caterina Scalco

Wine Soundtrack - Italia

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2018 17:33


Nessun nome sarebbe potuto essere più adatto per questa giovane e dinamica azienda vinicola: Ca’ Passion. Anima e origine di questa piccola realtà vinicola è Caterina, giovane imprenditrice che, innamorata delle colline di Conegliano-Valdobbiadene e della tradizione vitivinicola di questa zona, decide di dare vita alla propria interpretazione del prosecco. Punti cardine delle etichette firmate Cà Passion sono l’artigianalità, la femminilità e naturalmente la passione.

Wine Soundtrack - Italia
Ca'Passion - Caterina Scalco

Wine Soundtrack - Italia

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2018 17:33


Nessun nome sarebbe potuto essere più adatto per questa giovane e dinamica azienda vinicola: Ca’ Passion. Anima e origine di questa piccola realtà vinicola è Caterina, giovane imprenditrice che, innamorata delle colline di Conegliano-Valdobbiadene e della tradizione vitivinicola di questa zona, decide di dare vita alla propria interpretazione del prosecco. Punti cardine delle etichette firmate Cà Passion sono l’artigianalità, la femminilità e naturalmente la passione.

Italian Wine Podcast
Ep. 72 Monty Waldin interviews Nicola Cattaneo (Gruppo VI.V.O.)

Italian Wine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2018 16:32


In this episode Monty Waldin meets Nicola Cattaneo, Commercial Manager at Casa Vinicola Bosco Malera and representative of Gruppo Vi.V.O. Cantine, a coop based in the Veneto region. Nicola introduces the aims and values of the Vi.V.O. group and chats with Monty about indigenous grape varieties such as Glera and Pinot Grigio. Nicola also discusses the potential of the Refosco grape. Join Monty and Nicola for a cin cin with a glass of Prosecco! --- [This podcast has been recorded during “Vi.Vite – Vino di Vite Cooperative” an event organized by the Alleanza delle Cooperative Italiane (Alliance of Italian Coops). This episode has been brought to you by Vinitaly 2018, taking place in Verona from April 15th to 18th. Vinitaly is the wine exhibition that helps you discover and get to know Italian wine and features over 4.200 wineries.]

Another Bottle Down- Wine Podcast
Bubbles from Borgoluce Prosecco

Another Bottle Down- Wine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2017 54:08


On this week's show, we talk Prosecco with Alessandro Samogin from Borgoluce in the Valdobbiadene. He grew up on the property and his wife is now the winemaker; they grow all their food for the restaurant and estate as well as produce all their electricity on site. What a crazy operation! We talk about how Valdobbiadene is unique and special, how Glera is king for them, and how there is now becoming awareness of the Rive (similar to cru). And, so much more!

I'll Drink to That! Talking Wine
IDTT Wine 426: Giampaolo Venica Remembers a Different Friuli

I'll Drink to That! Talking Wine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2017 38:25


Giampaolo Venica works with his family at the Venica winery, in the Friuli region of Italy. Giampaolo Venica describes the Friuli as a region that has changed significantly in recent decades, and which is still in flux today. He notes the many changes in grape plantings and wine styles within the Collio, and questions what types of wines from the Friuli may find resonance with consumers in the future.

Italian Wine Podcast
Ep. 21 Monty Waldin interviews Ian D'Agata (Vinitaly International Academy 2014-2018) on Glera

Italian Wine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2017 10:11


Here is another episode dedicated to Italian native grape varieties. Monty Waldin and Vinitaly International Academy Scientific Director 2014-2018 Ian D’Agata discuss the Glera grape variety and one of its most famous wines, Prosecco. Join Monty and Ian also to find out how to make the famous Prosecco-based cocktail Bellini. Ian D'Agata is an award winning-wine writer, his book "Native Grapes of Italy" (University of California Press) received the prestigious Louis Roederer International Wine Writers’ Award in the category Book of the Year 2015. He has been writing and lecturing about food and wine for more than 25 years.

The Connected Table SIPS!
DOCG Prosecco Superiore with Alan Tardi

The Connected Table SIPS!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2016 5:51


Located in the steep hills of Italy's Veneto lies Conegliano Valdobbiadene, the oldest region for producing DOCG Prosecco Superiore. It is only one of two areas of prosecco winemaking granted the prestigious DOCG status. Alan Tardi, U.S. Ambassador for Conegliano Valdobbiadene, discusses the three regions of production: Conegliano, Valdobbiadene and Cartizze, where the indigenous Glera grapes are mainly hand harvested, the charmat "Italian" method of vinification and different Prosecco styles.This show is brought to you by Talk 4 Radio (http://www.talk4radio.com/) on the Talk 4 Media Network (http://www.talk4media.com/).

Wine on the Street
Prosecco 101 with Gianluca Bisol of Bisol Winery

Wine on the Street

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2015 15:57


Gianluca Bisol talks about the basics of Prosecco, his family's business and whether or not we will ever see a pink Prosecco. Pour a glass of Prosecco and listen. #prosecco #bisol #valdobbiadene #wine #whitewine #glera Wines we tasted: Jeio Brut Rose -- Merlot and Pinot Noir blend $16 Desiderio Jeio Prosecco Brut --100% Glera $17 Crede Prosecco di Valdobbiadene DOC -- Prosecco (85%), Pinot Bianco, Verdiso - $25 Cartizze Superiore Prosecco di Valdobbiadene DOC – 100% prosecco – $50

The Sipping Point: Wine, Food & More!
Holiday Sparkling Wines & Last Minute Gift Ideas

The Sipping Point: Wine, Food & More!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2013 10:01


La Marca Prosecco is produced from 100% Glera grapes harvested in early September, and sourced from hundreds of small vineyards throughout the region. The post Holiday Sparkling Wines & Last Minute Gift Ideas appeared first on Laurie Forster | Wine Expert | Wine Coach | Wine Speaker.