Vinthropology nasce da una passione per il vino e un desiderio di capire, o meglio, avvicinarsi al suo incantevole enigma. Per … More
“Sine Cerere te Baccho friget Venus.” (Without Ceres and Bacchus, Venus freezes) – “Eunuchus”, Terence (c.195/185- c.159 B.C.) This Latin … More
As one of Forster’s most beloved novels, “A Room With a View”, published in 1908, is in many ways not just … More
As one of Forster’s most beloved novels, “A Room With a View”, published in 1908, is in many ways not … More
This is part of a conversation between Dr. B at buddha walks into a wine bar and I on the … More
Renoir’s Luncheon of the Boating Party (Le Déjeuner des Canotiers) affords one the rare pleasure of looking in on the … More
A wine that’s so light and soft it’s almost not even there. Beautifully delicate it captures the essence of the present moment and it’s fleeting quality. Is mindful wine tasting possible? How can mindfulness and meditation enrich our experience of wine?
Apulia, or Puglia in Italian, is a unique kaliedoscope of vivid colours which paint the palatte of its places, its food and its wine. From the bright, turquoise sea contrasted by luminous, white limestone buildings to the deep purple grape bunches in the vineyards, it is certainly a visually stunning region. What effect might these colours have on our other senses?
The Amalfi Coast in a glass, a simple and refreshing wine from Casa D’Ambra on the island of Ischia, where heroic viticulture is part of the local heritage.
Elena Walch’s exquisite Chardonnay and femininity in wine