Wine
Food & wine

Italian genius and sweat. The rise of Italian wine from the ashes of the methanol scandal

We begin this overview of Italian wine with some numbers. In 2016, Italy conquered as the world leader in wine production. Estimated at around 50 million hectoliters, they overcame archrivals France and Spain: a triumph from many points of view.

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Omar D'Incecco

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5/5/2017

International
Current affairs

Four seconds from paradise the revolutionary Pope's Jubilee

It is December but the sun is pounding over Rome and transforms a winter’s day into the subtle suggestion of an early Spring. Everything is ready. In Vatican City, thousands of pilgrims are crowding into the Colonnato del Bernini in a kind of Christian apotheosis, full of emotion.

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Omar D'Incecco

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23/3/2016

Events
Lifestyle

Looking for my own private enlightenment at the Expo 2015

Confucius once said, “If you buy a man a fish you will feed him for a day, but if you teach him to fish you will feed him for a lifetime”. Ever since I heard about Expo Milano 2015, this illuminating idea of Confucius has abided with me and still influences me.

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Omar D'Incecco

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25/12/2015

News
Current affairs

Italy catches up with most Western countries validating de facto and same sex unions

On May 11th 2016, the Italian Parliament approved a law giving the green light to civil unions in Italy. On that fragrant spring evening, to celebrate this historic accomplishment, people gathered in front of the Trevi Fountain in Rome.

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Omar D'Incecco

on

3/1/2017

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