Italian knowhow in Argentina Masi is an Italian winery from the Veneto region. They are one of the largest wineries of the country. According to stats from the Gambero Rosso they bottle 3.400.000 bottles each year. Recently the winery expanded to South America – to be precise to Mendoza, Argentina. In the last years it
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One of my favorites from the Forum Vini Earlier this month I wrote about the Forum Vini wine fair which was held from November 9th to November 11th in Munich. Read part 1 and part 2 of my Forum Vini impressions if you haven’t done it yet. At at that wine fair I was lucky
A wine from one of my favorite grapes In the northern Rhône wine region of Frances lie the vineyards of La Maison des Terroires Vivants – a winery that is dedicated to organic wine production. The winery produces the incredible amount of 32 different wines and is located in the town of Villeneuve les Béziers.
Umbria – The landlocked region Umbria is a relatively small region in Central Italy which is split just into two provinces (Terni and Perugia). Its capital city is Perugia. Agriculture plays a massive part in the Umbrian economy – mostly olive oil, tobacco and wine.A total of 12 DOC and 2 DOCG wines come from
A Tuscan Surprise Poggio delle Faine is a Tuscan red wine produced with a variety of local and international grapes – the exact blend is unknown. The only reason why I bought this wine for 9.90€ was the bottle label which I found appealing. I’ve never heard of Cantine Francesco Mini SPA before. But if
Quality from the Mosel Markus Molitor is a famous German winery from the Mosel Area. The winery has a long history in producing Riesling wines but they also manufacture Pinot Noir (Spätburgunder) and Pinot Blanc (Weißburgunder) wines. Each year the winery bottles between 200000 and 300000 bottles of wine and 20000 bottles of sparkling wine
France, Spain what’s next? Some of you might wonder what’s going on at Vino in Love. Regular readers know that I focus on Italian wine but my last two wine reviews have been for a French and a Spanish wine. Don’t worry I did not run out of Italian wines – there are still plenty