VINHOOD

Assaggi di vini con amici The innovation of taste, at the click of a mouse The innovation of taste,
at the click of a mouse
Coffee with friends Coffee & Co.: a #Character to taste and savor Coffee & Co.:
a #Character to taste and savor
Coffee mixologists The amaro: one of life’s simple pleasures The amaro:
one of life’s simple pleasures
Wine event with friends What’s your ideal wine?
Find out by taking our test
What’s your ideal wine?
Find out by taking our test
Friends talking with their drinks outdoors Let it beer: tell me what you drink,
I'll tell you who you are
Let it beer: tell me what you drink, I'll tell you who you are
Indicating different points on a map The horizons of taste: a data-based trip The horizons of taste:
a data-based trip
In-store kiosk The right tip for the best choice The right tip
for the best choice
Host and guests at wine show event Business in sips: sharing the concept of taste
at corporate level
Business in sips: sharing the concept of taste at corporate level

Each and every one of us has our own personal tastes: something we love to eat or drink, a fragrance that makes us go wild or annoys us to bits, an aroma that draws us in Bisto-kid style, a flavour that we’ve never liked but begin to adore one day, all of a sudden.

Everyone has their own taste, but very few wonder why.

And that’s where Vinhood comes in: our main aims are to provide you with the tools you need to get your bearings in the vast geography of taste, and to teach you how to wisely choose, for a wide range of different occasions.

With Vinhood you’ll turn into the queen of cold brew coffee or the king of wine selection. You’ll finally make some sense out of the words spoken by sommeliers, you’ll let yourself get carried away by the intriguing stories told by producers and you’ll be able to whizz your way through the shelves of the online ecommerce websites like a ninja.

Neurogastronomy + Algorithms = Yummy!

The foundations of the pathway that takes us on the Vinhood experience into the world of taste are cemented with our smart algorithms. These are complex calculations based on neurogastronomy logics, with one extremely simple, direct purpose: to help you understand what you really like. Once you’ve received the result, you can finally begin your trip into the world of taste.

What do you like?

Wine, coffee, amaro or beer: each of these fascinating worlds (and many others) are part of the Vinhood universe and all its innovations. Want to know more about your taste preferences?
Try taking one of our tests immediately and discover your #Character!

Taste, better

The tools we use to explore with are: entertainment, education and science.
We’re innovating this immense world with a host of skills, accompanied by hordes of travelling companions with one purpose in mind: “Taste, better”.
Whether you’re a private individual or a company, hop on board and begin exploring the District of Taste with us.

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red
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parmesan
cheese

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pasta with
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parmesan
cheese

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lettuce

The Partners of the District of Taste

When it comes to taste, the more the merrier.
Here are some of the partners who work with us to study, innovate and simplify the world of taste.

Vinhood Magazine
Vinhood Magazine
Vinhood Magazine

The best way to share our tastings and passion for the world of taste? With a Magazine full of reviews, articles, tips, producers’ stories and much more.

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ITALIAN COFFEE – DARK ROAST ON THE SPOTLIGHT

Titbits of taste|

Italy is credited for the invention of espresso, the concept of coffee blends, and in general for the spreading of coffee around Europe (grazie, Venezia). Yet, also known for its very dark roasted coffee, not that appreciated by many. Let's find out what's standing behind it.

  • italian_coffee_dark_roast

ITALIAN COFFEE – DARK ROAST ON THE SPOTLIGHT

Titbits of taste|

Italy is credited for the invention of espresso, the concept of coffee blends, and in general for the spreading of coffee around Europe (grazie, Venezia). Yet, also known for its very dark roasted coffee, not that appreciated by many. Let's find out what's standing behind it.