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HOW TO READ AN ITALIAN WINE LABEL

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How important is it to know how to read a wine label? Really important. Just think, this small space contains the most important product information. Here is a short guide on how to read an Italian wine label.

  • Sostenibilità nel mondo della birra: un incontro difficile

SUSTAINABILITY AND BEER, A TOUGH MATCH

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Ingredients: water, barley malt, hop, and yeast. Today we’re talking about beer from a different point of view, taking sustainability into account. Can beer become a sustainable product? Why is it so hard to find organic beers in shops? Some more information will give us a closer look into the world of brewing.

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ITALIAN COFFEE – DARK ROAST ON THE SPOTLIGHT

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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.

  • Come-leggere-unetichetta-di-vino

HOW TO READ AN ITALIAN WINE LABEL

Titbits of taste|

How important is it to know how to read a wine label? Really important. Just think, this small space contains the most important product information. Here is a short guide on how to read an Italian wine label.

  • Sostenibilità nel mondo della birra: un incontro difficile

SUSTAINABILITY AND BEER, A TOUGH MATCH

Titbits of taste|

Ingredients: water, barley malt, hop, and yeast. Today we’re talking about beer from a different point of view, taking sustainability into account. Can beer become a sustainable product? Why is it so hard to find organic beers in shops? Some more information will give us a closer look into the world of brewing.

  • 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.