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Find transcripts of Italian Wine Essentials episodes, podcast updates, guest blog posts from the amazing Vinitaly International Academy (VIA) community, and occasional ramblings of the show’s producers and creators…

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VIA Community Guest Blog: Scienza Time by Anna Carnera

Does he sleep on a bed of flysch or volcanic ash?
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VIA Community Guest Blog: Wine Yeasts and Genetic Recombination in Vines by Anna Carnera

Scienza doing Scienza things.
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VIA Community Guest Blog: The Next Scienza by Gianluca Queiroli

On anthropology and the basis of knowledge.
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VIA Community Guest Blog: Truth in Vines by Monika Zakrzewska

On Saint Thomas, Aristotle, Lucretius, and grape vines.
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VIA Community Guest Blog: Representing Italian Wine Culture by Susannah Gold

Vinitaly International Academy's mission.
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VIA Community Guest Blog: Franciacorta and Erbamat by Tiziana Forni

Franciacorta, Erbamat, and climate change.
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VIA Community Guest Blog: Scienza’s Age by Anna Carnera

Erik Klein asks about the Professor's favorite easy-drinking wines.
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VIA Community Guest Blog: Scienza Sings by Anna Carnera

Carrie Wong asks the professor what profession he dreamed of pursuing as a child.
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Verdicchio: Transcript Episode 316 ENGLISH

Transcript - Rebecca Lawrence as Professor Scienza on Verdicchio ENGLISH
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Verdicchio: Transcript Episode 315 ITALIAN

Transcript - VIA Chief Scientist Attilio Scienza sul Verdicchio ITALIAN
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VIA Community Guest Blog: Yeast Selection by Cynthia Chaplin

Wild vs. selected yeasts in winemaking.
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VIA Community Guest Blog: Menzioni Geografiche Aggiuntive by Gianluca Alaimo di Loro

On Barolo, Barbaresco, and soils.
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Bordeaux VS Soave: a white wine odyssey through French and Italian style – Live from Vinitaly

Two important regions from two important countries with two producers who have a clear idea of how they want to ...

 

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