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Old April 20th, 2012, 11:52 PM   #121
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Thank you very much for the invitation to participate in this thread Mario

I share a video -fortunately in English- about wines produced in Uruguay, here basically uses the Tannat grape variety to produce red wine or white wine.

I hope you enjoy it, greetings ...


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Old April 23rd, 2012, 07:39 AM   #122
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good job!,
here is answer to your question in Turkish section
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you can learn about grapes here: http://www.winesofturkey.org/

and also, you can add Pamukkale (EN, TR), Kavaklıdere (which is vital for this topic), Sevilen (however I couldn't find English website) and Melen.

if you have any questions, let me know
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Old April 23rd, 2012, 11:45 PM   #123
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Mas Rodò Winery

site: Sant Joan de Mediona (Barcelona) - Spain
owner: Oriol Sala
opening year: 2009
architect: Sala Ferusic Architects


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Old April 23rd, 2012, 11:53 PM   #124
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Ausstellung WeinArchitektur - Vom Keller zum Kult

(Exposition Wine Architecture - From cellar to cult)

http://www.azw.at/event.php?event_id=505

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Old April 24th, 2012, 12:14 AM   #125
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Gantenbein Vineyard

site: Ausserdorf - Fläsch - Switzerland

owner: Martha and Daniel Gantenbein
opening year: 2006
architect:Bearth&Deplazes façade by Gramazio & Kohler


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Old April 24th, 2012, 07:12 PM   #126
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Marof Winery

site: Mačkovci, Slovenia
owner: Panvita group.
opening year: 2009
architect: Andrej Kalamar – Studio Kalamar


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http://www.sinbadesign.com


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http://www.openhouseslovenia.org

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Old April 24th, 2012, 09:45 PM   #127
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Let me do a bit of advertising to the best wines of my region, posting about a high level event:

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http://www.aispiemonte.it/aispiemont...2012%20ENG.pdf

Ais Piemonte - Italian Sommelier Association - presents Ba Ba & 2012, the usual annual event for enthusiasts, professionals and curious belonging to food and wine world.
The event is on its fourteenth edition and will be on the 7th of May, 2012.
It will be for the second consecutive year , in the Galleria di Diana inside of the Palace of Venaria Reale that is the setting for the presentation of the previews of the last year of the two great wines of the Langhe, Barolo and Barbaresco.
This year will be about 110 participating companies, which will present a preview for tasting their best selections of vintage Barolo and Barbaresco 2008 and 2009.
It will be also the opportunity to meet some new emerging reality in the panorama of high quality which is the production of Langa.
The ticket allows the public, starting at 15.00, to access the exhibition area where you can enjoy unlimited samples of over 300 wines presented.


Venaria Royal Castle




Diana gallery


http://montaribaldi.com


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Old April 24th, 2012, 10:55 PM   #128
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Wine museums in the world

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Old April 25th, 2012, 11:01 PM   #129
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wow bravo mario bellissime foto
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Old May 10th, 2012, 02:27 AM   #130
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too modern, too high tech

Douro Valley, oldest or one of the oldest wine regions in the world, created in 1756 to protect the wines from the amazing region where amazing and unique table and.... Port Wine are born! Schist soils in terraces, amazing micro-climates, amazing landscapes, portugueses varieties of grapes...
it's in the upper Douro Valley, northeastern Portugal











grape picking by hand


traditional stamping of the grapes with the feet (still used, although many times robotic tanks are used)



"These terraces are steps of titanic men going up the mountain. The absolute beauty." portuguese writer Miguel Torga





Quinta da Boavista, Offley Port


Quinta do Porto, Ferreira


the boats that carried the wine down the river


Port Wine!
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Old June 10th, 2012, 09:48 PM   #131
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italy and france the best , very nice pics of portugal
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well, the target I had when I opened this thread was to understand what happens around the globe in the world of wine.

I knew wine countries like US, Italy (obviously ) and France, Argentina, Chile, South Africa, Australia a.s.o., but I was very surprised to discover very unexpected countries like other afrikans ones, India, UK itself, and others...

Now I would like to test the Tannat from Uruguay, to test the Canadian wine, and I hope someone would like to test wines from Aosta Valley "glacier's wine", a.s.o..

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Ribeauvillé - La maison Trimbach




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Old September 18th, 2012, 11:36 PM   #135
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Douro Valley, oldest or one of the oldest wine regions in the world, created in 1756 to protect the wines from the amazing region where amazing and unique table and.... Port Wine are born! Schist soils in terraces, amazing micro-climates, amazing landscapes, portugueses varieties of grapes...
it's in the upper Douro Valley, northeastern Portugal
Thanks for your post Lino, and very beatiful places. I hope to be able nextly to visit the porto region.
But please, could you specify the name of some wineries, to add these on the index??

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i don´t know why, but german wine seems to have a bad reputation...maybe we sell the cheap, horrible stuff and keep the good one in the country, but anyway...viticulture in present-day germany dates back to ancient roman times, to sometime from 70 to 270 CE/AD...and...yes, german wine in germany is quite good and we have a strong, good and proud wine growing culture here...
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It would be interesting to have news about what's happening in China

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Italian TV sent this evening (1st TV channel, TG1 news - in italian ) a report about a very famous Moldova winery (the biggest in the world)

go to 24' 30''

http://www.rai.tv/dl/RaiTV/programmi...ea952e1c9.html

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i don´t know why, but german wine seems to have a bad reputation...maybe we sell the cheap, horrible stuff and keep the good one in the country, but anyway...viticulture in present-day germany dates back to ancient roman times, to sometime from 70 to 270 CE/AD...and...yes, german wine in germany is quite good and we have a strong, good and proud wine growing culture here...
Yes, some German and Austrian wines are well worth the price you pay.
I suggest Esterhazy Eiswein and Trockenbeerenauslese. On this link http://www.snooth.com/winery/esterha...tadt/?t=images you find some pictures of their winery.
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Ciao Godetto

In this thread something is missing, and maybe you could help to cover the gap: do you know something about chinese wine, where it is produced, eventually wineries, local consumption a.s.o.?

I think we should complete the thread also with information from this very important country

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