Vini di confine. Storie, leggende e vigneti di Lombardia

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Do you know how many excellent wines are produced in Lombardy? Professor Attilio Scienza described 10 zones each one with its history, traditions and habits. Starting from Valtellina with its heroic viticulture and vineyards graped on to the mountain; till the gentle level ground of Brescia with its Spumante production. From Oltrepò to Mantova, both well known for Lambrusco; some stops in Bergamo area, Alto Lario a San Colombano, near Lodi. An extraordinary stop in Milan, centre of a rich trade and consumption of wine since the ancient ages (Leonardo Da Vince created his own vineyards in the old part of the city). A trip lead by a professional protagonist named Ambrogio, able to show all the secrets of an amazing wine area.

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Product dimensions: 13 x 20 cm
Pages: 112 pages
Cover price: 10,00 €
Date: 2015
Language: Italiano
ISBN: 978-88-96923-86-3


Attilio Scienza e Serena Imazio

Professor Attilio Scienza is one the most important worldwide expert in viticolture. He has a degree in Science of Agriculture and he works as University professor in addition to his role as researcher: among his prestigious roles, we should remember the Director of San Michele all’Adige Institute. His is member of scientific committee of many specialized magazines and he is responsible of many international studies. He wrote for more than 300 different magazines, meetings and viticolture manuals. He has been working for several University for more than 30 years. Serena Imazio Serena Imazio graduated in Biology in 2000 and started working in the wine sector immediately, with a PhD in Caucasian vine variety genetics first and then with studies on Italian and European vine variety. Today she is reasearcher at Department of Vine Science in Modena and Reggio Emilia University and she studies biodiversity.

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