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Nicola🍇  🧠Bachelor degree in psychology and neuroscience 🍾Sommelier and #winelover to not get crazy 📍Verona (IT) Writer for Club del Vino 👇👇

No plan for your evening?
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I had the honour to taste in preview this new 100% Carmenere wine from @inama_wine with this amazing label!
Absolutelly recommended.
Great job!

Do you know Mastroberardino winery?
One of the most famous winery in Campania and the one that make possible to growing of viticulture in this region.

Each second week of June, Valeggio celebrate the Nodo d'Amore dinner.
On the ancient bridge thousand of people taste the famous tortellino the great final with fireworks!
Absolutelly recommended!

Very particular wine today.
Abissi from Bisson winery so particular because it's aged under the sea level in Liguria region.
Did you tasted?
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Here the oldest wine I had.
Amarone @speriwinery 1967, already labelled as Recioto della Valpolicella Amarone before the differentiation in two different Denominations.
Which is the oldest wine you had?

Together with Quintarelli, Romano dal Forno is one of the most famous winemaker in Valpolicella. His winery is based in Cellore.
His work is based on the high number of vine per hectar so to extract the essence of the grape.
Did you taste his wine?

One of the best view of Verona.
Here "Pietra" bridge from the Roman age, the cathedral built about in the 2nd century AC, the Bell Tower begun in the 1500, the top from the XX century.
Houses on the river from the modern period.
Have you ever visited Verona?

The origin if Vermentino grape is in Sardinia one of the best italian region for beach and seas.
Did you tasted Vermentino from Sardinia?

Which is your beloved wine? I had the possibility to taste this wine during my first Vinitaly in 2013 and I falled in love with tuscan wines.

I have no words for this amazing expanse of bottle at Enoteca Vanni in Lucca.
Did you have the chance to visit it?

Did you know Carmenere?
It's a grape variety originally planted in the Medoc region of Bordeaux. @inama_wine planted in Colli Berici area (Vicenza).
Did you tasted?

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