L’evento di SLOW WINE 🐌 è stato davvero fantastico.
Le terme di Montecatini ci hanno regalato sfondi magnifici insieme ad ottimi vini Italiani e Sloveni.
Siamo contenti di aver aiutato a realizzare questo progetto collaborando in zona Barbaresco lasciando la firma su questa guida davvero ben strutturata.
Qui un bicchiere di Fiano d’Avellino dai colori sublimi con cui festeggiamo gli oltre 5 MILA followers. Sempre grazie a voi. Stiamo costruendo qualcosa di concreto e pieno di passione.
The SLOW WINE event was really great.
The Terme di Montecatini gave us magnificent backgrounds along with excellent Italian and Slovenian wines.
We are delighted to have helped to realize this project collaborating in the Barbaresco area leaving a signature on this really well-structured guide.
Here is a glass of Fiano d'Avellino with sublime colors with which we celebrate over 5 K followers. Always thanks to you. We are building something concrete and full of passion.
Learning about wine is something I've been working on for a long time. I pretty much plan on it being a lifelong journey. Being invited to wine tastings like this one from @dablonvineyards from southwest Michigan,have proven to be one of the most helpful and fun ways to do that! The wine was right up my alley, not sweet, easy to drink and paired well with lots of foods. If you're new to wine read my Tipsy's Top Five Tips on learning about wine in my newest blog post! Link in my profile 👆🏼! Trust me it's not a snobby, stuffy approach! It may even make you laugh!
Have you already tasted this Brunello di Montalcino from Mastrjanni 2012 ?? #enolovers 😍😍🍾🍾
Write me in the comment because i don't already know if to open this vintage 2012, wait for your advices 😉😉🇮🇹🇮🇹
📸pic by: @enoblogger
I wish you all a wonderful day 😉🍷🍾🇮🇹🎩✨🍇
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I get so excited every time I publish a new article, even though I know I'm still a baby in this whole wine blogging game. But just talking to incredible people about our craft makes me inspired to write and euphoric that somebody will read. The fresh piece is a 2017 Balkan vintage report with reports from five countries - B&H, Croatia, Macedonia, Serbia and Slovenia - pointing out the main challenges and predictions for upcoming wines.
Thanks to: @bovin_winery, @vinarija_aleksandrovic, @vinarija_jovic, @meneghetti_istra, @matalj.vinarija, @wine_vukoje, @winery_rizman & many more!