• ENOGEA Map "Gattinara"

      ENOGEA Map “Gattinara“

      "Gattinara, the flagship wine of northern Piedmont and a reference point territory for the Nebbiolo grape. Mapped with the customary detail and precision of the Cru di Enogea series". Alessandro Masnaghetti

      Execution: printed on both sides, with numerous background information on areas, heights, extent, variety of grape varieties, production data and Google Earth coordinates

      Size: DIN A4 or 59 x 84 cm (opened)

      Alessandro Masnaghetti is a very old stone of the Italian wine industry. The journalist has worked for renowned publications such as Guido Vini d'Italia L'Espresso and the renowned wine guide by Luigi Veronelli. He has also published numerous articles and tasting reports, e.g. in the New York Times and the Revue du Vin de France.

      Alessandro, in close cooperation with the cadastral offices and consortiums of the most famous wine-growing regions, has been publishing for several years the cartographic work of the most important wine regions in Italy, which is probably unique to this day and which brings new insights to even the most widely travelled, well-read and wine-loving connoisseur of Italy. A must for all lovers of Italian wines, who want to experience the true diversity and strength of the Italian wine world, right down to the smallest single vineyard of the respective appellation, away from the usual standard mush. SUPERIORE.DE

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      50000058 ·  1 piece · 7,95 €/piece · Price incl. VAT, excl. Excise Tax & Shipping10 units available

      7,95 €
    • ENOGEA Map "Valtellina"

      ENOGEA Map “Valtellina“

      "The place where the Nebbiolo grape challenges the mountains. Slopes of dizzying steepness, harsh soils, and interminable stretches of stone walls which make the Valtellina Italy’s the largest terraced viticultural area. A wine, a grape variety, and a territory narrated through its historic sub-zones (Inferno, Grumello, Maroggia, Sassella e Valgella)". Alessandro Masnaghetti

      Finish: printed on both sides, with numerous background information on areas, heights, extent, variety of grape varieties, production details and Google Earth coordinates

      Size: DIN A4 or 59 x 84 cm (opened)

      Alessandro Masnaghetti is a very old stone of the Italian wine industry. The journalist has worked for renowned publications such as Guido Vini d'Italia L'Espresso and the renowned wine guide by Luigi Veronelli. He has also published numerous articles and tasting reports, for example in the New York Times and the Revue du Vin de France.

      Alessandro, in close cooperation with the land registries and consortiums of the most famous wine-growing regions, has been publishing for several years the cartographic work of the most important wine regions in Italy, which is probably unique to this day and which brings new insights to even the most widely travelled, well-read and wine-loving connoisseur of Italy. A must for all lovers of Italian wines who want to experience and experience the true diversity and strength of the Italian wine world, right down to the smallest individual location of the respective appellation, apart from the usual standard mush. SUPERIORE.DE

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      50000059 · 1 piece · 7,95 €/piece · Price incl. VAT, excl. Excise Tax & Shipping10 units available

      7,95 €
    • ENOGEA Map "Dogliani DOCG"

      ENOGEA Map “Dogliani DOCG“

      "Dogliani: Dolcetto at its best." Alessandro Masnaghetti

      Execution: printed on both sides, with numerous background information on areas, heights, extent, variety of grape varieties, production data and Google Earth coordinates

      Size: DIN A4 or 59 x 84 cm (opened)

      Alessandro Masnaghetti is a very old stone of the Italian wine industry. The journalist has worked for renowned publications such as Guido Vini d'Italia L'Espresso and the renowned wine guide by Luigi Veronelli. He has also published numerous articles and tasting reports, e.g. in the New York Times and the Revue du Vin de France.

      Alessandro, in close cooperation with the cadastral offices and consortiums of the most famous wine-growing regions, has been publishing for several years the cartographic work of the most important wine regions in Italy, which is probably unique to this day and which brings new insights to even the most widely travelled, well-read and wine-loving connoisseur of Italy. A must for all lovers of Italian wines, who want to experience the true diversity and strength of the Italian wine world, right down to the smallest single vineyard of the respective appellation, away from the usual standard mush. SUPERIORE.DE

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      50000051 · 1 piece · 7,95 €/piece · Price incl. VAT, excl. Excise Tax & Shipping< 24 units available

      7,95 €
    • ENOGEA Compendium "Barbaresco MGA" (IT/EN)

      ENOGEA Compendium “Barbaresco MGA” (IT/EN)

      After the great success of his Barolo book, wine journalist Alessandro Masnaghetti now dedicates his new work to the Crus of Barbaresco DOCG. Since the 2007 vintage, official vineyard names (correct: supplementary geographical indications or menzioni geografiche aggiuntive, MGA) and vineyard names (Vigna) have also applied to this variety. Barbaresco MGA" is a tried and tested way of distinguishing official crus from traditional place names, fashionable fantasy names or brand names, thanks in particular to the alphabetical index of 500 names that have appeared on Barbaresco labels and cards to this day or have been handed down from history.

      Each Barbaresco Cru is presented with a detailed description, statistics and fantastic 3D maps, detailed plans show which winegrowers cultivate which vines. The official vineyards (Vigna) within the Crus are not missing, as is an index of wineries or information on geology and vintages.

      With over 70 graphics, four community descriptions and 66 cru descriptions, "Barbaresco MGA" once again sets the standard and can already be described as an indispensable encyclopaedia of the Barbaresco Crus - not least because it is written throughout in Italian and English. Alessandro Masnaghetti

      Version: 230 pages / 70 illustrations / 66 facts about the individual vineyards / 500 definitions of terms / Current chronicles of the vintage year

      Alessandro Masnaghetti is a very old stone of the Italian wine industry. The journalist has worked for renowned publications such as Guido Vini d'Italia L'Espresso and the renowned wine guide by Luigi Veronelli. He has also published numerous articles and tasting reports, for example in the New York Times and the Revue du Vin de France.

      Alessandro, in close cooperation with the land registries and consortiums of the most famous wine-growing regions, has been publishing for several years the cartographic work of the most important wine regions in Italy, which is probably unique to this day and which brings new insights to even the most widely travelled, well-read and wine-loving connoisseur of Italy. A must for all lovers of Italian wines who want to experience and experience the true diversity and strength of the Italian wine world, right down to the smallest individual location of the respective appellation, apart from the usual standard mush. SUPERIORE.DE

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      50000065 · 1 piece · 49,90 €/piece · Price incl. VAT, excl. Excise Tax & Shipping4 units available

      49,90 €
    • ENOGEA Compendium "Barolo MGA" Vol. 1 / 2nd Edition (IT/EN)

      ENOGEA Compendium “Barolo MGA” Vol. 1 / 2nd Edition (IT/EN)

      "What you've always wanted to know about Barolo. My 2-part encyclopedia leaves no questions unanswered on the subject of Barolo." Alessandro Masnaghetti

      Part 1 / Execution: 464 pages / 36 pages of geological knowledge with a new and innovative approach / 8 geological maps / 1 general geological map / 1 geosite map / more than 50 new entries in the vineyard index / more than 300 new entries in the wine index, including the wine index, to be published for the first time in the next three years / Production data updated to vintage 2017 / Vintage chart to vintage 2017 / MGA maps with owners updated to 2018 / More than 200 3D images / 11 detailed analyses of the individual districts / 170 information sheets for each vineyard cru / Over 740 names explained and catalogued (place names, brand names, historical zones)

      Size: DIN A4, bound

      "Alessandro Masnaghetti’s Barolo MGA Vol. I and Vol. II are a breathtakingly researched, indispensable books for wine lovers who want to take their knowledge of Barolo to the next level." Antonio Galloni

      Alessandro Masnaghetti is a very old stone of the Italian wine industry. The journalist has worked for renowned publications such as Guido Vini d'Italia L'Espresso and the renowned wine guide by Luigi Veronelli. He has also published numerous articles and tasting reports, for example in the New York Times and the Revue du Vin de France.

      Alessandro, in close cooperation with the land registries and consortiums of the most famous wine-growing regions, has been publishing for several years the cartographic work of the most important wine regions in Italy, which is probably unique to this day and which brings new insights to even the most widely travelled, well-read and wine-loving connoisseur of Italy. A must for all lovers of Italian wines who want to experience and experience the true diversity and strength of the Italian wine world, right down to the smallest individual location of the respective appellation, apart from the usual standard mush. SUPERIORE.DE

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      50000063 · 1 piece · 59,90 €/piece · Price incl. VAT, excl. Excise Tax & Shipping5 units available

      59,90 €
    • ENOGEA Compendium "Barolo MGA" Vol. 2 (IT/EN)

      ENOGEA Compendium “Barolo MGA” Vol. 2 (IT/EN)

      "What you've always wanted to know about Barolo. My 2-part encyclopedia leaves no questions unanswered on the subject of Barolo." Alessandro Masnaghetti

      Part 2 / Design: 284 pages + folder with: MGA map (2017), MGAs map (1970) and the harvest time map (size 59 × 84 cm) / production zone and the development of its boundaries from the first decades of the 20th century. From the beginning of the 20th century to the DOCG appellation / Map of vineyards from 1970 / Last 18 vintages detailed with their temperatures, rainfall and harvest times / 130 MGA Cru maps mapped and catalogued according to their harvest times / Reading data of some of the most renowned wineries / Wine growers in Vignarionda from the early 20th century to 2018 / Integral essay by Ferdinando Vignolo-Lutati on the demarcation of typical wine regions (1929)

      Size: DIN A4, bound

      "Alessandro Masnaghetti’s Barolo MGA Vol. I and Vol. II are a breathtakingly researched, indispensable books for wine lovers who want to take their knowledge of Barolo to the next level." Antonio Galloni

      Alessandro Masnaghetti is a very old stone of the Italian wine industry. The journalist has worked for renowned publications such as Guido Vini d'Italia L'Espresso and the renowned wine guide by Luigi Veronelli. He has also published numerous articles and tasting reports, for example in the New York Times and the Revue du Vin de France.

      Alessandro, in close cooperation with the land registries and consortiums of the most famous wine-growing regions, has been publishing for several years the cartographic work of the most important wine regions in Italy, which is probably unique to this day and which brings new insights to even the most widely travelled, well-read and wine-loving connoisseur of Italy. A must for all lovers of Italian wines who want to experience and experience the true diversity and strength of the Italian wine world, right down to the smallest individual location of the respective appellation, apart from the usual standard mush. SUPERIORE.DE

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      50000064 · 1 piece · 59,90 €/piece · Price incl. VAT, excl. Excise Tax & Shipping7 units available

      59,90 €