Archive for the ‘#IAMarone’ Category

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World Leader Cesari Vineyards is celebrating 80 years ~ #IAMarone

Interview about Cesari’s Amarone, as a world leader, by Mario Menozzi Cesari Vineyards ~ 80 years (1936 to 2016) Cesari Vineyard of Verona, one of the finest Vineyards of the Valpolicella region, is celebrating 80 years of producing some of Italy’s greatest wines this year. To mark this occasion, Cesari invited me to be part […]

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Food and Wine Pairings with Cesari Amarone by Mario Menozzi ~ #IAMarone

I was offered an interview with Mario Menozzi, of Cesari Verona in Veronese, Italy, because I can’t attend any of their 80th Year Anniversary of celebrating. All of the events are happening in New York City, and it’s impossible for me to be there for any of them right now. HAPPENED: Uncle Jack’s Steakhouse Midtown ~ […]

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Cesari Vineyards is celebrating 80 years of crafting Valpolicella’s finest vintages ~ #IAMarone

80 Years of Glorious Wines ~ Cesari Vineyards In 1936, the Cesari family created a winery naming it Cesari Vineyards. Located in Veneto, Italy, the family went on to become very famous Amarone pioneers. That was 80 years ago, and they’re now celebrating their worldwide success. They also created a great publicity program, inviting 80 […]

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How Wine Travels Impact a Wine Road Warrior ~ #IAMarone

Thanks, Radical Cartography, for this borrowed map image, in order to show how Europe and the US have regional differences, base on borders. As an employee of wine companies, I had the privilege of being a frequent flyer. There are only 10 of our 50 states I haven’t visited. They’re in the deep south and […]

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Cesari Amarone della Valpolicella ~ #IAMarone

[This map of Italy, with the Vento region highlighted, is borrowed from the Italylogue.com Website.] The Veneto region is where Amarone wines originated. My journey has just begun with Amarone wines, and it’s a love to last a lifetime. It began with Cesari Vineyards contacting me for a promotion they are having. This winery is […]

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Verona ~ Amarone: peeling away the layers in my mind ~ parte terza

Amarone della Valpolicella is the long of it; Amarone is the short version. It’s an Italian, dry red wine that’s typically rich in flavor. “Amarone,” in Italian, translates to “the Great Bitter.” This is to distinguish it from Recioto, which is produced in the same region. Passito ~ This is a generic term for wine […]

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Verona ~ Who Are You, Anyway? ~ seconda parte #IAMarone

[The map of Italy, with the Vento region highlighted, is borrowed from the Italylogue.com Website.] My husband said to me, “You don’t know what Amarone wine is?” like I really should know. “No,” I answered, “I don’t have a clue.” With the last 25 years of my life devoted to learning about and working with […]

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Verona ~ The Cesari Vineyard of Verona ~ prima parte #IAMarone

As I’ve written about Portugal, To Understand a Wine, Once Must First Understand its People. Now, it’s my time to learn about Verona, Italy: The customs of its people, its foods and wines, art and music, its landscapes, and its history. This is all for the purpose of understanding Cesari wines and what makes the […]