Grandi Cru d’Italia
The Committee of the Grandi Cru d’Italia was born in 2005 to protect and develop the prestige of the wine-producing companies that, for at least 20 years, have been producing great wines, always on top of international ratings. In France the classification of the Grandi Cru was introduced by law in 1855. In Italy cru means that a wine is produced on the national territory and is obtained from Italian or international grapes and that it won the highest recognitions given by the most authoritative publications and guides. The members have been therefore selected using strict qualitative criteria, keeping in mind their history and tradition in the wine sector, with the purpose of guaranteeing that in time they have a great degree of reliability in producing high-level wines. The list includes the most prestigious Italian wine companies, which represent the highest expression of both the cultural and qualitative values of the territories of wine-production. Some of them are smaller producers, whose wines have though reached the highest standards of quality, a characteristic of Italian wine production. The purpose of the committee is to promote to the public a good knowledge of the companies that produce Grandi Cru. This is done […]
Hotel Bellevue & Spa Rue Grand Paradis, 22-11012 Cogne (Valle d’Aosta – Italy) Tel. +39 0165/74825 – Fax + 39 0165/749192 The family is the soul of this hotel where generations follow each other trying to improve the quality of the offer but always keeping the original traditions of the Cogne Valley . The spirit behind the Hotel Bellevue is expressed through a way to receive guests, through,the details of the decorations, the paintings of the ninety century , painters who illustrated glimpses of these mountains, the music, the fragrances. The hotel is located in a privileged position: surrounded by Sant’Orso prairie , it has a spectacular views on the Gran Paradiso glacier.
Wine Turtle began as a group of people who love wine and love to make it accessible to everyone. One of the ways they used to do it has been to create infographics illustrating the information in an easy and fun way. One of the most recent is that relating to the fact of how the consumer may perceive the wines with the screw cap, than those with the classic cork or silicone. cork is the favorite, while the cap with the screw is still seen in some adverse way by consumers.
Recipe of the month
- PUMPKIN CREAM WITH FONDUTA CHEESE AND BOUDIN NOIR
2 Jul 2015
Ingredients for 4 people: 1 onion 300 g yellow pumpkin […]