Wine paths

Wine paths

Tracce di vino rosso

Continuing along the Wine Routes. Nutrito Magazine takes you to discover the Ghemme DOCG, in Piemonte.

Tracce di Vino Bianco

Ansonica is the quintessential Mediterranean grape, most likely having arrived in Sicily from ancient Greece.

Tracce di vino rosso

To be born in beautiful surroundings is always fortunate. Orcia DOC has that good luck. It comes from province of Siena, landscape heritage of UNESCO.

Tracce di vino rosso

The “bloom” on the grape, the distinctive color - between smoky grey and opaque blue - the note of “fumè” in the wine are the characteristics that together identify the grape Fumin.

Tracce di Vino Bianco

Locorotondo wines are born between the trullis and masserias of the Valley of Itria. The Locorotondo wine is greenish to pale straw in color. Its perfume; fine, fruity and delicate.

Tracce di vino rosso

When the Kingdom of Aragon dominated Sardinia, the Iberic 'Bobal' variety was brought to the island. The Bovale grape and Cagnulari were derived from the ancient 'Bobal'.

Tracce di vino rosso

The small and precious DOC Botticino is born in the Valverde, precisely behind the marble quarries. There are 37 hectares of vineyard that hug the Prealpi slopes

Tracce di Vino Bianco

Nascetta: an antique, native grape, once diffuse in the Alba area, as far as Mondovi, has been for the past 40 years, found mainly around Novello in the Cuneo county of Piemonte.

Tracce di Vino Bianco

The vineyards admitted for production of Alta Langa DOCG, are concentrated in a small portion of Piemonte, on the south banks of the Tanaro River.

Tracce di Vino Bianco

An ancient grape, adapted to produce modern wines. This grapevine is emblematic of the market's increased attention to native grapes.

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Ilaria Guidantoni

The Mediterranean, for its characteristic of being a closed sea, feeds off the lands it touches upon in an intensely intimate relationship, fuelling a correspondence among them as well.