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The red wine and the unexpected benefits of moderate drinking

Several studies confirm that drinking wine in moderation benefits brain and its functions. In particular, it protects the brain from memory loss, dementia and cognitive decline.

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Agata Grimaldi

on

20/4/2018

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Food & wine

Here comes the wog with the good grog!

Robert Dessanti is the director of the wine importer company “Euro Concepts” and parent consumer brand “The Wog with The Grog”. While the word ‘wog’ has lost the derogatory connotation it once had towards South Europeans and ‘grog’ it is a very Australian word used for alcohol.

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Josie Gagliano

on

13/10/2017

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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.

by

Omar D'Incecco

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5/5/2017

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Food & wine

The "bubbling up" of Prosecco in the Australian wine market

As the demand for Prosecco continues to grow in Australia, despite the news earlier this year of a shortage of supply in the UK due to its limited production in a geographically defined area in Northern Italy, we can expect that the tide will turn yet again for the popular Italian bubbles.

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Josie Gagliano

on

22/3/2017

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Food & wine

A festival showcasing the best of the Italian wine production

On October 11, The Melbourne Royal Exhibition hosted the Vinitalia Food & Wine Festival, the largest display of Italian wines ever held in Australia.

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Food & wine

TAP Wine by the glass

A new way to enjoy fine Italian wines by the glass. Andrew De Angelis is the founder of TAP., a brand of “wine on tap” promoting a new concept to serve fine wines by the glass.

by

Laura D'Angelo

on

1/12/2015

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