Everything you might never imagine about Prosecco

Prosecco represents an area to be preserved, the variety of grapes symbolizing a place and the expression of oenological projects that always refer to old knowledge. A rich indigenous diversity to be preserved, enhanced and, above all, defended from the upper hand of international grape varieties. A place where the balance between production and consumption is subtle but is also its strength, because in the middle stands the scenic beauty to be defended as a priceless legacy of nature.

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The Easter menu: wine and food suggestions to enjoy your guests

Time flies by and from panettone we are already grappling with the search for the best dove, artisanal chocolate eggs and, let's face it, we are already looking for an original or traditional menu for our Easter lunch or for the classic Easter Monday outing. It's always true that beyond the spirituality that the holiday represents, Easter is also an occasion for everyone of conviviality, tradition and especially those so-called "with whom you want" with whom to celebrate or just be together.   Add to that the fact that as the good Italians that we are, we always and only get together if around a table well laid with culinary delights.     So why not turn a traditional lunch into a gastronomic experience and sensational wine pairings?

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How important a great glass is for tasting wine. Choose yours!

Choosing the right wine glass for wine tasting is crucial. Besides contributing to the aesthetics of the experience, shape, size and material significantly influence the way we perceive and enjoy wine.  Investing in the choice of the ideal goblet is not just an act of aesthetics but a decision that enhances the sensory experience and appreciation of wine at its best.

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What is Bordò Marche? Brief identity card

What is Bordò Marche? Bordò is not a spelling mistake, nor a mispronunciation of the French Bordeaux, no Frenchism either in substance, Bordò Marche is an autochthonous vine, a historical biotype belonging to the Grenache family.

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Tastings and experiences

Nebbiolo: the star, but not alone, of northern Piedmont. Other expressions to discover

When we hear talk of Nebbiolo, our memory 'turns' to the Langhe. Barolo and Barbaresco continue to be the most successful appellations on the market and among many critics. Our oenological map of Nebbiolo seems to be restricted to the Langhe, at most we go as far as Valtellina, but hardly, or only as a last resort, do we dwell on that area of northern Piedmont that has been trying to emerge from oblivion for a few years now: Upper Piedmont.

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Wine culture

Easter on the way. The best wine-food pairings for your lunch

Easter is coming and, if you are reading this blog, you are probably struggling with organising the menu for the big lunch. Whether with family or friends, Easter becomes a time for conviviality where culinary traditions take centre stage. We have selected for you numerous wines, spirits and amari liqueurs that you can enjoy and pair with your favourite dishes.

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Travelling through the Loire - The latest tour and "enocult" findings of Galli Enoteca

And here we are, 7 years after that magical meeting and with a long-standing desire to attend one of the most iconic wine fairs, we set off to visit the Loire region and with two lines we would like to transport you and open a window of dialogue on this area.

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Tastings and experiences

The top for your Easter table | more than 10 products including doves and chocolate eggs... and not only chocolate!

Even if you have a fresh memory of the last panettone you ate, it's time to start organising your Easter table with chocolate eggs... but not only and doves, all with the unfailing ingredient to make your Easter truly precious: craftsmanship.

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Father's Day: ideas to impress your Daddy - 10% off red wines and spirits

Dads have always been celebrated around the world on 19 March, but you know, the most precious gifts are emotions and even just spending time together chatting with chalice in hand will make every father happy... and his children too. But to every dad his own gift and here you will find a small guide for yours but exclusively dedicated to goblet in hand.

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Women of wine - the 10 female interpretations of wine you can't miss

Today we at Galli Enoteca, on the occasion of 8 March just around the corner, want to make you want to taste all those wines born of female intelligence and sensitivity. [...] The real change is that today, on their own, without men (either in front or beside them) they are truly successful businesswomen, demonstrating their talent with flying colours.

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And you, which Valentine are you? The perfect wines for the most romantic dinner of the year

Love and wine can be considered two sides of the same coin. Both can arouse emotions, sensations, memories. Both can intoxicate, both can make one lose control. There are different factions that, at the time of Valentine's Day, clash. There are those who love this occasion and those, on the other hand, who despise it. But one aspect puts everyone in agreement... A bottle of wine can help to conquer one's beloved, but at the same time, it can heal suffering and love pains.

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From magical Mexico...Don't be caught unprepared on your next trip: all about tequila and mezcal

Our #GlobeTrotterSpiritTour, a journey of exploring all types of distilled spirits, resumes. We have already discovered the characteristics of rum, whiskeys (including delving into the characteristics of European and Asian whiskeys) and vodka.  This time, however, we want to delve into the world of two other spirits, which are sometimes a bit underestimated... We are talking about tequila and mezcal.

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