Are you a wine aficionado or even just a casual wine-drinker? Are you interested in learning more about Italian wines and grapes? Today is your lucky day! The new book "Italian Wine unplugged Grape by Grape" as well as a podcast called "Italian Wine Podcast", are now available. These multimedia guides to Italian wines are a great way to learn more about the subject in a fun and engaging manner. You can also buy unplugged wine (also known as unplugged wein in the German language)through various web sources.
Italy is "in" People love all things Italian and wine is no exception. Italy's wines are intrinsically linked to its history, gastronomy, and lifestyle. While the Boot is a well-known wine producer, most people don't know the story and diversity of the winemaking tradition.
Two new resources are available to us to better understand the world and culture of Italian wine: the book Italian Wine Unplugged Grape By Grape and the podcast The Italian Wine Podcast. Both of these projects were started by passionate wine lovers who wanted to share their passion with others about the history and evolution of Italian grapes.
The Italian Wine Podcast is for you if you love storytelling. Monty Waldin is the host of the podcast, which explores the history and practices of winemaking alongside industry professionals. The podcast's goal is to inform, educate, entertain and entertain about Italian wines through engaging conversations between producers, experts, and personalities from the Italian wine scene.
Walden started his journey into winemaking as a teenager, when he visited Bordeaux to learn French. Waldin was shocked to discover that organic wines were scarce at the time. He traveled to many countries to work with organic and biodynamic vineyards.
Podcasts are a great way to communicate with your audience. Walden believes that podcasts are a fun and effective way to educate his listeners.
"The Italian Wine Podcast is designed to make Italian wine accessible and fun for all ages and levels of expertise. It also provides insight into the lives and activities and tips of people who are passionate about Italian wine and food.
Waldin's guests include wine experts, writers, journalists, and wine producers. Recently, he hosted Ian D'Agata (scientific director of Vinitaly International Academy) and an award-winning writer about Native Grape Varieties.
They spoke about the grape varieties Aglianico, Sangiovese, and Glera. Deborah Brenner, President of Women of the Vine and Spirits and Founder of Women of the Vine and Spirits appeared on the program as well to discuss the successes of women in the wine business and the challenges they face.