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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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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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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Come ci prendiamo cura del tuo vino...in estate? Scopri tutti gli accorgimenti

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Gli Amari - la nuova tendenza: il ritorno dell'amaro...ma solo se artigianale!

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7 curiosities about the ungrafted vine and American brain

Piede Franco (ungrafted) and American brain, what do they mean in the world of wine? You may have heard of wines made from free-range vines, but perhaps you haven't yet asked yourself what this means for the vine or the wine itself. First of all, we know that by "piede" we mean the root of the plant and by "franco" we mean free, unique, coherent, without intertwining, in our case without grafting. And why the brain? Let's find out together

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Easter is coming. Useful tips on what to put on the table and in the glass

Easter is coming, a holiday in which there are numerous symbols and traditions, varying from region to region. What they all have in common, however, is the organisation of lavish meals where families and friends come together to celebrate.

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Pecorino: a recovered Marche vine - Wine in Marche is not only Verdicchio part2

In this episode we'll talk, obviously, about wine, especially Pecorino and about the fundamental role of Arquata del Tronto, which has not allowed its extinction by acting as a guardian in all these years, camouflaging itself in the mountains and becoming a refuge for the vine.

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Trebbiano d'Abruzzo - The mapping of Loreto Aprutino

This article deals specifically with Trebbiano d'Abruzzo, grown in the region of central Italy and, in particular, in the municipality of Loreto Aprutino, which stands as an absolute reference point for the vine. It is therefore an in-depth study of the splendid Abruzzo region, rich in history and contamination, in full expansion in the field of agriculture and above all of high quality wine, which excels in the preservation of food specialities, preserved in the majestic peaks of the Apennines, right up to the Adriatic Coast.

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Rossese Dolceacqua: the heroic Ligurian wines

Today we are travelling through the Ligurian slopes, suspended between the sea and the mountains. In this strip of land, or rather of rock, an extraordinary wine is born (the other wines are no joke either!). The Rossese intrigues you just by its colour, by its fineness and once you have reached your taste buds it will have kidnapped you forever, because behind that wine, that cluster, that area, there is still so much to be discovered Curious? Then set off with us towards Dolceacqua!

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Valturio and the only winemaker in Montefeltro. Marche wine: not only Verdicchio

Le Marche, a place rich in history and diversity. From north to south, in some respects it feels as if we are not only in a different region but also several kilometres away. In the world of wine, the most popular areas are those of Verdicchio, Piceno and Conero. However, the Marche region of wine from north to south also hides more silent, hidden realities that contribute, despite being outside the great classics, to enriching the wine culture of our territory. 

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