In this episode Monty Waldin interviews Veronika Denisova, wine journalist, educator and Deputy Director of the Enotria Wine School in Moscow, Russia. Veronika is an agronomist by training and has worked in vineyards in the Czech Republic. She specializes in Italian wine and is also a Vinitaly International Academy Italian Wine Ambassadors. She writes regularly on wine in the Russian press. In this podcast, Veronika talks about her training, her favorite Italian regions and wines (Piedmont’s Nebbiolo-based wines as well as Veneto’s Amarone and Soave), and her work in wine education at the Enotria Wine School. — This episode is part of the Native Grape Odyssey sponsored series. This podcast series is brought to you by Native Grape Odyssey. Native Grape Odyssey is an educational project financed by the European Union and managed by Unione Italiana Vini and Interprofesional del Vino de España (OIVE) for the promotion of PDO and PGI European wines in Japan, Canada, and Russia. Learn more about “Europe. Quality. Wine.” at nativegrapeodyssey.com/. Enjoy it’s from Europe!
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Ep. 235 Veronika Denisova (Enotria Wine School) on wine education in Russia