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Italy's Native Wine Grape Terroirs
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Ian D'Agata (www.iandagata.com) is an award-winning author who has been writing about wine for almost thirty years. Senior Editor of Vinous and Creative Director of Collisioni's Wine & Food project (Italy's largest music, literature, wine, and food festival), he is also Director of the Indigena festival (devoted to Italy's native grapes and wines) and Director of 3iC (an international wine and food study center in Barolo). In 2018, he was nominated to the prestigious Accademia della Vite e del Vino, Italy's official association of viticulture and enology researchers, university professors, and educators.
Preface Introduction Part 1 Understanding Terroir and Its Context in Italy A Brief History of Terroir in Italy Italy's Wine Terroir: An Overview A Study in Terroir The Italian Job Part 2 The Grape Varieties and Their Specific Terroirs Appendix Glossary Bibliography General Index Index of Grape Varieties Index of Terroirs