Slow Wine Magazine

IN THIS ISSUE


Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco

It’s not easy to make sense of the big world of bubbly, which has exploded in recent years like never before in Italian history. We guide you through the maze, suggesting the most interesting wineries and best wines. An unmissable guide to high quality Prosecco.

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BARBERA D’ASTI SUPERIORE NIZZA

We just call it Nizza. With the new DOCG created in 2014, we celebrate one of the best recent vintages, the 2007, discovering the aging potential of this great Piedmontese red.

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Valle d’aosta

For too long considered a mere destination for winter sports or mountain holidays, in the last few years this region in northwest Italy has churned out some of the country’s most intriguing and characterful wines.

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PUGLIA’S GREAT REDS

Three Musketeers and d’Artagnan. Four wines from Salento (10 vintages) made from Negroamaro: Patriglione by Cosimo Taurino, Graticiaia by Agricole Vallone, Duca d’Aragona by Candido and Le Braci by Severino Garofano.

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