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Italian Wine Podcast

Italian Wine Podcast

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The Italian Wine Podcast began as a storytelling project dedicated to the Italian wine world. It started in March 2017 in the lead-up to major Italian wine events: OperaWine and Vinitaly, and has since become an award-winning show, recognized as one of the most frequently listened-to wine podcasts out there. Italy has more native grape varieties concentrated within its borders than any other country in the world, and Italian wine and grape diversity is a story worth telling. Meanwhile, the p ...
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Rob is a homecook who loves exploring food, he's also an avid wine & bourbon drinker and collector. Rob's podcast is about the average guy and his passion to continue to learn more about the finer things in life. Rob has guests on to share their knowledge and expertise on these subjects. It's not limited to food, wine & whiskey, as he learns and finds more interesting and tasty goods he loves to share here on the show. Some of these other finds are coffee, desserts, Rum and Cognac. https://w ...
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Wine Soundtrack, one of Italy’s leading podcasts about wine, is the voice of the Italian wine growers and winemakers. Wine Soundtrack was launched in Italy in May 2017 and is now launching in the U.S. In each podcast, wine producers share the story of who they are and their winery through a series of 30 questions. Wine Soundtrack was created to bring to life an idea of sharing and insight; it allows wine lovers to listen to the hopes, dreams, intuitions, prospects, loves and passions of the ...
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Two American expats, Ashley and Jason are living the dream (and sometimes a nightmare) in rural Italy since 2007. Their hilarious and authentic podcast shares adventures of running La Tavola Marche an organic farm, inn & cooking school . With recipes, daily life, crazy neighbors, travels & more! Join Ashley and Jason for stories of daily life, local Italian recipes, chicken herding, large scale gardening projects, strolls through surrounding villages, fun Italian phrases, shopping for fish a ...
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MJ Towler aka the Black Wine Guy went from a totally obsessed wine newbie to the world's first-ever African-American fine and rare wine auctioneer in less than 3 years. This show pairs his passion for complex, interesting wines with complex, interesting guests. These are deep thinkers and Mavericks talking about their passions, life lessons, and inspirations - while drinking a bottle of something listeners will definitely want to savor for themselves. Sit back, listen, learn and laugh. This ...
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The Long Finish - A Wine Podcast

The Long Finish - A Wine Podcast

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Kathryn Coker is a former Food and Wine Magazine Sommelier of the Year, and her husband, Tug, is, well, her husband. And together they own and operate Esters Wine Shop and Bar in Santa Monica, CA. Each episode Kathryn opens a new bottle of wine as the couple discusses parenting, working together, the restaurant business, and, of course, wine.
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Recommended by Decanter Magazine who call us fun, irreverent, chatty, and entertaining! In each episode, husband and wife team Joe and Carmela learn about, taste, and give our honest review of three wines that are reasonably priced - meaning under $20 each - and easy to find. Our podcast is made for people who want to learn more about wine, find new wines to enjoy, and just want someone to talk about wine in a fun way that regular people can understand - and use in their daily lives. So, if ...
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Join Flavor of Italy each week for a look at Italian food and recipes, Italian culture, travel and history through interviews with Italy's cutting-edge creators, food personalities, locals and anyone else who has a fascinating Italian story to share.
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Untold Italy is a travel podcast full of practical tips and advice to help you plan your trip to Italy. Travel expert Katy Clarke interviews special guests and answers your questions to help you plan and uncover your own, as yet untold adventures in Italy. On our show we share highlights of the major destinations, off the beaten path secrets, best ways to get around, favorite food spots, cultural insights and much more. You’ll learn how to plan your Italy itinerary to include the places and ...
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Gola is a podcast on Italian food & beverage & how it connects to history, culture & society. Listen as co-hosts Katie Parla--Rome-based journalist and cookbook author--and Danielle Callegari--professor of Italian at Dartmouth College--break down all your fave Italian bites. They'll take you along for the ride as they talk about buffalo mozzarella, 'nduja, nucillo (aka nocino) & more! Don't be scared if the subject of medieval witchcraft comes up. Go with it! Contact Katie and Danielle at go ...
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Italian Dish

Christine Crews

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Italian food is undeniably among the most delicious cuisines in the world. Every week, join Christine, a home chef and American ex-pat in Florence, as she learns to cook traditional Italian specialties while dishing on what it's really like living in Italy. Whether you are traveling to Italy, love cooking Italian food, or want to learn more about Italian culture and quirks, this is the podcast for you.
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Let's Learn Italian Fast & Fun - Impara l'Italiano

Istituto Linguistico Mediterraneo - Italian Language School

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Learn the Italian language and culture together with our teachers Giada, Alessio, Ileana and Antonio. Discover with us not only how to learn to speak Italian in an easy and fun way, but also all aspects of life and culture in Italy: wine, food, music, culture, .... Learn Italy with us! Take part of one of our Italian courses! Our Italian language and culture courses run all year round in Pisa. In Viareggio, a seaside resort, we run Italian courses only during the summer months. Visit our web ...
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This is the official podcast of the popular Ave Maria Radio program, Kresta in the Afternoon. Al Kresta discusses the things that matter most. It is talk radio where God matters. Share this podcast by leaving us a review or giving us five stars! Send Al a voice message on Anchor.FM/AlKresta and he may respond in the program! Together we can build the Church and bless the nations.
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Foodietaly

Candy Valentino

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Pasta, pizza, gelato: does all this sound good to you? If you are a foodie and you’re in love with Italian cuisine, don’t miss Foodietaly podcasts. You’ll find out all about the origin and the authentic recipes of many tasty dishes. Moreover, I’ll give you tips about the best restaurants where to eat real Italian food. Interviews, stories, news, secrets of starred chefs… Foodietaly: Italian tradition for foodies. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/foodietaly/support
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If You'll Indulge Me

Ted Gioia and Aseem Shukla

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Ted and Aseem love food. Ted and Aseem love talking about food. If You'll Indulge Me is a podcast about food and language, because so much of how we talk about food determines how we experience it. Each episode is a new journey through the strange and endlessly amusing world of menus, branding, and food culture. So listen to Ted and Aseem talk. You'll probably like it.
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Welcome to The Food For Beauty Podcast. Where we'll be fine tuning your reality through lifestyle hacks, wellness, superfoods, relationships, sensuality, creativity, energy frequencies, alternative ways of doing things and thinking outside the box! Rochelle had a podcast before they were called podcasts and interviewed amazing people such as Dr John Demartini from The Secret, master herbalist Ron Teeguarden of Dragon Herbs, Marc Francis an award winning director/producer of Black Gold, When ...
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Ancient Art Podcast, Ancient Worlds

Lucas Livingston, Ancient Art Podcast

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Ancient Worlds is the audio series of the Ancient Art Podcast where we choose a single work of art as a launchpad for inspiration. Here we unpack the stories, history, myths, and culture from antiquity through a modern lens and with tongue firmly planted in cheek. The Ancient Art Podcast explores the art and culture of the Ancient Mediterranean World with host Lucas Livingston. Uncover the truths and unravel the mysteries of the civilizations that shaped our modern world. Each episode featur ...
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Welcome to the Uncorked Corner podcast. Listen in weekly as we talk to the people behind the best breweries, vineyards, distilleries, and restaurants around. Every week we will be bringing you a new podcast featuring a special guest.
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Lifted

Tembi Locke

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Hosted by Tembi Locke, New York Times bestselling author, actor, and Executive Producer of Netflix’s From Scratch, Lifted is a multi-season series investigating and celebrating what it takes to transform challenges into the inspired work of a lifetime. The podcast focuses on the behind-the-scenes events, human stumbling blocks, and eventual tools that lead to resilience. Deeply personal, full of humor, Lifted pulls back the curtain on the "extraordinary moment when everything changed" and, t ...
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Welcome to Episode 1815. Today's episode is a recording of Prof. Scienza's seminar with Gabriele Gorelli MW, titled 'What does 'natural' mean in wine? How to engage wine lovers with science.' This is part 2 of 4. The seminar’s abstract: The European Commission has prohibited the use of the words “natural wine” on labels in Europe. Why? Primarily be…
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Welcome to Episode 1814; part of our Italian wine interview series set in Bologna! Today’s interview features Kristian Keber of Edi Keber Stevie Kim and her team traveled to the Bologna Slow Wine Fair in March 2023. There they conducted dozens of interviews with some of Italy's most inspiring producers. Join the fun every Thursday afternoon! Tune-i…
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Ready to go beyond the guidebook? Hear Angelo, founder of Liv Tours, reveal a treasure map to the Eternal City's most captivating, off-the-beaten-path wonders. Join us as we unveil Rome's special secrets from the serene Santa Maria Maggiore to the mystifying catacombs. Are you prepared to experience Rome like never before? Tune in and transform you…
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While celebrating Mass on February 24, an Italian priest noticed a strange smell coming from the chalice. Bleach had apparently been poured into the liturgical vessels. He stopped the liturgy and informed the police. What happened? Matthew Bunson joins us. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/alkresta/message…
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The National Eucharistic Congress is coming up fast. Dioceses in Michigan are offering special packages, but need to fill them by March 25. Nate Wine has details on how you can participate in this once-in-a-lifetime event. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/alkresta/message…
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If your parish has RCIA candidates this year, you’ll hear a different set of readings at Sunday Mass. They’re called the Scrutinies, and as a whole they illustrate who Christ is. This weekend, Jesus meets the Samaritan woman at the well and asks her for a drink. Al reflects on the meaning of the readings. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcas…
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The Our Lady of Victory Shrine near Buffalo, New York was founded by Fr. Nelson Baker, who was born on February 16, 1842. At the time of his death, it was known as a “city of charity” and included a home for unwed mothers, a boy’s orphanage, a hospital, and more. Msgr. David LiPuma joins us to share his story. --- Send in a voice message: https://p…
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Welcome to Episode 1813, where we present the session recordings from the wine2wine Business Forum 2023. In today's episode, we delve into The UK Fine Wine Market In a Post-Pandemic World with Claudio Povero, Adam Lechmere, and Hermione Ireland Italian Wine Podcast is proud to be a media partner of wine2wine Business Forum and we are pleased to pre…
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Join us for a compelling conversation with Yasmin Khan, the British cookbook author and former human rights campaigner. Known for titles like "Zaitoun" and "The Saffron Tales," Yasmin shares her remarkable journey from social justice advocacy to cookbook writing, emphasizing the power of food as a universal connector in highlighting our shared huma…
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Welcome to Episode 1812 Stevie Kim moderates Clubhouse’s Ambassadors’ Corner – In this episode, Barbara Fitzgerald interviews Sergio Germano. These sessions are recorded from Clubhouse and replayed here on the Italian Wine Podcast! Listen in on this series as Italian Wine Ambassadors all over the world chat with Stevie and their chosen wine produce…
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Jonathan Feldstein is an Observant Orthodox Jew who was born and educated in the United States, but now lives in southern Israel. He joins us in the studio to talk about what he has seen since the October 7 attack, and the work he does to foster relations between Jews and Christians. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/s…
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A funeral for Russian opposition leader Alexi Navalny will be held this Friday after several locations declined to host the service. It comes just over two years since the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Navalny’s death could end up rallying support for Putin’s opponents, but will it? We get the latest with Stephen Nix. --- Send in a voice message: ht…
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Earlier this month the Alabama Supreme Court ruled that frozen human embryos should be considered children under state law and are due all the same rights as other humans. Many IVF services in the state have been suspended as lawmakers scramble to figure out what happens next. The ruling has been criticized by many Democrats, as well as Donald Trum…
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The Catholic Church teaches beautiful lessons about human sexuality and our identity as sons and daughters of God, lessons that promote human flourishing. Yet gender activists and their allies in the government and in the media denounce the Church's message of love as harmful and hateful. How do Catholics respond to that criticism? John Bursch will…
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Welcome to Episode 1811, in which Cynthia Chaplin interviews Sam Parra in this installment of Voices, on the Italian Wine Podcast. More about today’s guest Born and raised in St. Helena, CA, Sam was destined to be in the wine industry. After graduating from St. Helena High School he attended Napa Valley College before transferring to Sonoma St Univ…
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In June 2022, a group of theologians met at the Pontifical Academy for Life to discuss how traditional Catholic sexual moral teachings are applied in the modern world. They proposed questions such as the meaning of a “radical paradigm change” in moral theology and whether some Church moral teachings are infallible. Dr. Robert Fastiggi and other the…
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Over the weekend, Donald Trump dominated a straw poll at CPAC, then handily won the South Carolina primary in Nikki Haley’s home state. CPAC covered a range of topics, including a panel devoted to sanctity of life issues. Michael New has more. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/alkresta/message…
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The US government’s debt has reached $34 trillion, leading to many pundits predicting that the US could default on its debt and declare bankruptcy. But would this happen? Warren Buffett has pointed out that since our debt is in its own currency, we don’t face the risks that other countries do. Economist Robert Whaples helps us sort it out. --- Send…
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Yesterday Detroit Archbishop Allen Vigneron wrote a pastoral letter to the faithful addressing questions on the challenges of Gender identity. He approaches this hot-button issue with grace, patience, and concern for all who are affected by it. Al shares parts of the letter with his own thoughts. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spot…
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Welcome to Episode 1810 on Italian Wine Podcast, Wine, Food & Travel With Marc Millon. Today, he will be interviewing Michael Caines MBE More about today’s guest Michael has built his reputation on a highly personal and distinctive modern cuisine that celebrates the finest local and seasonal produce and ingredients from Devon and the South West alo…
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On this episode I finally get to discuss and learn about a region that I'd like to explore more, Australia. Mark Davidson, a 40 year veteran in food & wine, sommelier and author of The Wines of Australia is our guest tonight. Also joining the show is Simon Solomon from Wine Bow Importers. Marks Book - https://www.amazon.com/dp/1913022056?psc=1&ref=…
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Many of us are familiar with St. Jerome’s declaration that “ignorance of Scripture is ignorance of Christ.” But did you know that when he said that, he was studying the Book of Isaiah? Many scholars consider Isaiah to be the Gospel of the Old Testament, and he is the main prophet people look to in order to understand --- Send in a voice message: ht…
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In March 2020, we were broadcasting from the Called and Co-Responsible conference at Notre Dame. Peter Andrastek was there was well and a statement by Fr. Michael Sweeny, O.P. resonated with him: “As a Church, we have no imagination for lay agency.” The Church has always placed an importance on the co-responsibility of the Laity, and it received sp…
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Last month, the parents of St. Germaine Catholic School in St. Clair Shores received some distressing news: due to financial difficulties, they would be closing their doors at the end of the school year. Parents and others in the school community have banded together with an effort to save the school. Nicole Patten has the details. --- Send in a vo…
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The Historical Narrative of Horse Meat Recipes & Cuisine in Italy: When it comes to culinary customs, the journey across different cultures often presents moments of profound divergence. These encounters with unfamiliar foods can evoke a sense of cultural shock, prompting reflections on the intricate relationship between food and society. Horse mea…
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Welcome back, wine enthusiasts, to another installment of The Black Wine Guy Experience. I'm your host, MJ Towler, and today we have a fascinating episode with a very special guest. Join us on a journey through the rich tapestry of life and wine with Juan Mercado, the founder and vintner at RIISE Wines. In episode 148, we'll uncork the story of how…
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Welcome to Episode 1809 on Italian Wine Podcast, Masterclass US Wine Market With Juliana Colangelo. In today's episode, she interviews Charlie Friedmann About today’s guest Charlie Friedmann is the Co-Founder and President of Proxies—the non-alcoholic wine alternative that has brought a new level of credibility to the NA space by collaborating with…
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#165 - Slaughtering our 1st pig, Carnevale Dolce & Boar Hunter's Lunch Kicking off a new season of the podcast with a whirlwind of activity in our valley! We slaughtered our first pig with the help of our neighbors and then took nearly a week to process it all to be either cured, eaten right away or into the freezer! The same week Jason took his dr…
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Welcome to Episode 1808 of the Italian Wine Podcast. In this Italian Grape Geek series we explore personal stories of travel and tasting with Italy’s must know grape varieties. In this episode, Stephanie Guth geeks out on Petit Rouge & Picolit, exploring the origins, history and characteristics of the grape, sharing personal connections with wines …
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Ok, let’s be honest. Pinotage is a TRIP. It is like no other wine we have ever had before, and is flat out an experience that you have to try. You may not love it, or even like it, but you have to try it. Especially the Coffee Pinotage which in and of itself is an adventure (and is really a thing)! Pinotage is a wine that was invented in South Afri…
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Welcome to Episode 1807 in which host McKenna Cassidy interviews Simone Foti of i Vigneri di Salvo Foti this week on The Next Generation where young Italian wine people 30 and under shake up the wine scene. More about today’s guest Simone Foti , was born in Catania in 1994. Salvo's son, he showed an extreme interest in viticulture from an early age…
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Welcome to Episode 1806 –Part 57 of this fantastic wine book series in which Marco Gandini narrates the new Mamma Jumbo Shrimp Guide, Italian Wine Unplugged 2.0. Today, Marco narrates: Incrocio Bruni 54, Lacrima, Lagrein Each week, Marco will provide some new quality edutainment, as he reads from the second edition of this wine geek smorgasbord. It…
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Four Catholic bishops recently made media headlines after it was learned that they had met with members of organized crime in the Mexican state of Guerrero. Matthew Bunson joins us with more on this and other Church news. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/alkresta/message…
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On the evening of February 26, 1616, Galileo met a future saint. 73-year-old Cardinal Robert Bellarmine had been ordered by the Vatican to inform Galileo that he must abandon his support of Copernicanism, the idea that the earth and other celestial bodies orbit the sun. The Galileo affair is often used as a prime example of faith and science being …
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On February 22, 1943, Hans and Sophie Scholl were put to death for their resistance efforts against the Nazis. Today, they are regarded as national heroes in Germany and are among the best-known examples of Nazi resistance from within Germany. Paul Shrimpton tells their story and their legacy. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify…
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Welcome to Episode 1805 and another installment of "On The Road Edition", hosted by Stevie Kim. Our special episode today commemorates Pietro Russo's recent achievement as Italy's Master of Wine, marking a significant milestone in Italian wine history by attaining the most prestigious title in the world of wine. More about today’s guest Pietro Russ…
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Welcome to Episode 1804. Today's episode is a recording of Prof. Scienza's seminar with Gabriele Gorelli MW, titled 'What does 'natural' mean in wine? How to engage wine lovers with science.' This is part 1 of 4. The seminar’s abstract: The European Commission has prohibited the use of the words “natural wine” on labels in Europe. Why? Primarily be…
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