Wednesday 17 October 2012
Wine festivals are celebrated throughout the year around Europe. As in many Mediterranean countries wine is art, culture, and especially tradition, we can say that this is the time of year when wine is celebrated with a little less commercial approach, gaining a strong symbolic value instead.
Monday 20 February 2012
From February 20th to 22nd, 2012, Montpellier, France, will host the 10th edition of biannual Vinisud, International Exhibition of Wines and Spirits from the south of France and the Mediterranean countries. This event is renowned as the professional exhibition of the world’s leading wine region, that is, the Mediterranean.
Tuesday 6 September 2011
Red, white, dessert wines, fortified, grappa and spirits: these are the autochthonous wines of Sicily, the cutting edge in the food industry of the region, which represent the highest winemaking heritage at the national level.
Tuesday 23 August 2011
According to legend, Saturnia originated by the thunder hurled to earth by the god Saturn, and nowadays it is a hamlet of Manciano, placed on the green hills along the river Albegna, right in the center of Tuscany a short distance from the sea – Argentario coast – and the mountains, both reachable in about 40 minutes by car
Wednesday 6 July 2011
The best way to visit the historical centre of Porto is to walk around and set out in the dense network of narrow streets to discover unexpected glimpses, where you can breathe the more characteristic atmosphere of Portugal.
Monday 9 May 2011
Bordeaux is one of the most important cities in southwest France, with a mild climate all year long and a great history that make it an interesting place to visit. Located on the Garonne River, Bordeaux is the oldest trading port in France after Marseilles. The wine trade began to flourish in Roman times and today the city is considered one of the world capitals of wine.