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Saturnalia Barolo Harvest Report 2022

For the third consecutive year, we are delighted to partner with Saturnalia on Vindome.net. Saturnalia provides exclusive, fine wine data analysis to deliver detailed harvest reports by region and appellation. Their findings are based on factual and independent data including satellite observation, weather data, geology, topography and wine prices. This in-depth information provides potential inventors with a competitive advantage against the market. If you are thinking of investing in Barolo, then this report is a must read. 

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Italian Fine Wine as an Investment 

Unless you have been living under a rock, it will not have escaped your notice that French wine no longer reigns supreme when it comes to investing. Venture capitalists are waking up to the fact that other countries have the potential to topple Bordeaux and Burgundy off their top spots. Italians Do it Better The… Continue reading Italian Fine Wine as an Investment 

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What Is Lambrusco Wine: The Italian Sparkling Red

Let me let you into a secret. I have a love affair that happens every year from October to March. My bi-annual escapade warms me on a chilly night and is smooth on the palette and silky tasty on the tongue. They’re fantastic Burgundy, exceptional in Bordeaux, and OMG amazing in Tuscany.  Before your minds… Continue reading What Is Lambrusco Wine: The Italian Sparkling Red

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Sparkling Red Wine – Yes, It’s Great!

Imagine a tall glass of sparkling wine. The glass is a perfect crystal flute, the bubbles are both teeny and tiny, and deliver just the right amout of fizz without being gassy. The wine itself is sweet without being surgery, and chilled to perfection. The mood is perfect. Mmmmmm – sounds good.  I can guarantee… Continue reading Sparkling Red Wine – Yes, It’s Great!

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Tuscan Wine Regions: What You Need to Know

Italians make wine with passion. The boot-shaped country is the world’s largest wine producer, and second-largest exporter (France takes first place). There are over 2,000 varietals of Italian grapes, at least 350 different producers, and, at last count, 20 regions. The export market is worth over €6 million. But in this plethora of regions, one… Continue reading Tuscan Wine Regions: What You Need to Know

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Chianti Wine: The Ultimate Guide

“This is Italy, land sacred to the Gods.” So said Roman military commander and writer Pliny the Elder around 2000 years ago. And, despite the Roman Empire crumbling and modern life taking over, the quote still rings true – Italy is surely the land of the Gods. Home to many of the world’s greatest works… Continue reading Chianti Wine: The Ultimate Guide

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Guide to the Piedmont Wine Region

Piedmont in Italy really lives up to its name. Literally translated as “the foot of the mountain”, this region in Italy is one of the country’s finest jewels. At least in winemaking terms that is – it is home to many of the country’s finest (ergo, most investable) wines.  It is a land of mountains… Continue reading Guide to the Piedmont Wine Region

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Italian Wine: Regions, Varieties, and Classifications

Italian food is known for being simple, good quality, rustic, fare. So you would be forgiven by thinking that the wine the country produces follows a similar vein – excellent to drink, but not worthy of the fine wines made in France. Well, sorry that’s just not true. From Barolo to Brunello, Vaneto to Valpolicella,… Continue reading Italian Wine: Regions, Varieties, and Classifications

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