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Antonella Manuli

Maremma, Tuscany. The history of this farm begins in Milan, passes through Switzerland and California, and revolves around one protagonist: Antonella Manuli.

Marco Serra

We are in the territory of the town of Aquara (Salerno), amidst centuries-old olive groves, Mediterranean Mediterranean vegetation, and grapevines: a part of this history belongs to the Tenuta Mainardi

Cardone Uva

There is a history of stubborn willpower and love for the land that is written in Puglia. Marianna Cardone continues the tale as she introduces us to her wine cellar.

Spinosa bottiglie

Veneto, Valpolicella. Amidst these hills, wine has written the history of many companies. Enrico Cascella Spinosa is one of the proud heirs of this zone and owner of Villa Spinosa.

tappi vinisola

There are loves that are born in childhood and continue to occupy a part of our hearts for as long as we live. Let’s have Francesco Rizzo, owner of Vinisola in Pantelleria tell us.

Marco Negro Vendemmia

Rural communities have always expressed their joy for the moment of the grape harvest. Nutrito Magazine, in collaboration with the Associazione Legami, will accompany readers amidst local vineyards and little known denominations.

Vendemmia-slide

Upload the photo or video of your grape harvest on Instagram and use the hashtags #vitedagrappolo and #vendemmia2015

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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.