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Tannins, What, Where and Why

Bernard Burtschy talks about the value of tannins in wine

Piedmont: a wide range of varieties

A thousand wines by the words of Michaela Morris

Nebbiolo wine arrives to the Celestial Empire

China and Nebbiolo wine from the words of Lingzi He

Oh Barolo, Why are thou Barolo?

Ian D'Agata and the other W.E.B. members

Indigena Project

explained by Ian D'Agata


The supporters of our project

Nascetta - Le Strette

Intense Straw-yellow colour. Fresh and intense to the nose; white flowers, crispy fruits and scent pf citrus fruit, with a hint note of mineral and white pepper. Dry in the mouth, warm and quite fresh. Dry end, a little alcoholic and quite persistent.

Michele Longo

Ruché - Cantine Sant'Agata

Rubin red color, a little closed to the nose; then, it opens up with floral scent of iris and lavender and small red fruits; spicy notes of pepper and cinnamon. It is fresh and sapid to the palate with soft and delicate tannins. It is quite long-lingering and persistent, with a fresh and sapid end.

Michele Longo

Barbaresco Bernadot - Ceretto

Rubin red color with grenade nuance. It has a typical Treiso’s Barbaresco nose, with intense floral scents (violet and rose) and small red fruits (raspberry, red currant and black cherry) and a good balsamic note.

Michele Longo

Franciacorta Brut Blanc de Blancs - Cavallieri

Pale color, great finesse to the nose. The wine is dense, with a good structure, soft, but with a bit of tension. The wine is a pas dosé.

Bernard Burtschy