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When Ripasso is Not Ripasso

Ripasso is a very curious compromise in winemaking. Originating in the need to strengthen Valpolicella – which by itself is a rather light and flighty wine – it was originally made by taking the pommace (skins and seeds) left after pressing dried grapes to make Amarone, and adding it to the wine that had been made previously by fermenting grapes after harvest. 811 more words


My Journey Into Wine {Palazzo della Torre and Chateau Musar}

P and I like drinking a nice bottle of wine, just like our enjoyment of art we aren’t experts we simply enjoy what appeals to us. 357 more words


Today I get to feature one of our importer’s favorite wines: Allegrini Palazzo della Torre!
Bonnie Buchanan is the local representative and has this to say: 320 more words


Peschici: apre il museo etnografico

Salutiamo con soddisfazione l’apertura a Peschici dello spazio espositivo di “Palazzo della torre”, che ospiterà il Museo etnografico del Gargano.

Lo spazio è stato ricavato nell’antico frantoio della dimora cincequentesca, che ospita numerosi manufatti d’epoca e testimonianze della vita rurale del secolo scorso, insieme ai reperti della famiglia nobiliare che occupava lo stabile. 58 more words

Project 365 Day 3

Today I decided to go with some dark, mean, gritty, red luscious. I know what you’re thinking you dirty person you. But it’s juicy and wonderful wine. 12 more words

Project 365

Wining and Unwinding

Today, I would like to recommend a nice Italian wine, namely a Palazzo della Torre, I tried this evening. After getting off work earlier than expected (always a delightful surprise), I decided to reward a hard two weeks’ worth of work with a nice bottle of vino. 247 more words

Food, Drinks, & Recipes

Valpolicella = Amarone in many Cases

(segment 1) This past Saturday we highlighted Valpolicella on the show… Paula from Mise en Place and Robin Shay from Allegrini joined us on the radio. 157 more words