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Category: Study Aids

How to Make Your Wine Education Last Beyond the Final Exam

Here’s why we encourage our students to space out while studying Italian wine. . . .

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How the Italian Wine Professional Certification Will Complement Your Other Wine Studies

Should I pursue the IWP credential if I already have other wine certifications? We asked our students, and they think so.

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Regional Roundup: Piedmont, Part 1 — Cuneo Province

Get an overview of the province of Cuneo in Piedmont, home to some of Italy’s most famous vineyards, denominations, and wineries.

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Regional Roundup: Basilicata and Calabria

Here’s an introduction to two rarely visited but fascinating Italian regions—Basilicata and Calabria—and some wines and attractions of note.

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Regional Roundup: Veneto

The locomotive of the Italian wine train is the region of Veneto, home of Prosecco, Pinot Grigio, Soave, and Valpolicella. Here’s a survey of the region’s highlights.

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Regional Roundup: Marche

A spotlight on the Italian region of Marche, best known for white wines made from Verdicchio, but also red wines from Sangiovese or Montepulciano and culinary specialties like olive ascolane

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Profile: Soave

Soave DOC is Veneto’s most prestigious denomination for still white wine, made primarily from Garganega. This post provides an overview of the denomination.

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Profile: Lugana

Lugana DOC is a small denomination in both Lombardy and Veneto, producing only white wines from the high-quality Turbiana variety. This post provides an overview of Lugana.

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Evolution in Chianti Classico

Gran Selezione and New Labeling Terms Posted June 11, 2015 For a three-century-old denomination, a lot has been going on in Chianti Classico lately. Much of the activity follows from a major scientific study known as Chianti Classico 2000, which spent 16 years (1987–2003) doing experiments in the vineyards to determine what “best practices” means […]

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