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Casa d’Antino – A Danish Future for Italian Cuisine


The whole world, and for certain all of Copenhagen, is mesmerized by the prodigious success of New Nordic Cuisine these days. For good reason, the cuisine is fabulous, and combines the most hyped trends in cooking right now: Locavorism, foraging, … Continue reading

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Nebbiolo ageability – Tom Maresca’s new post


Lovely and thought-provoking post by Tom Maresca here: http://ubriaco.wordpress.com/2014/01/20/nebbiolo-rules/ Tom concludes that there is a continuity and lineage of style across the years and thus across the “old” and “more recent” divide, meaning that the changes that have taken place … Continue reading

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Cascina Allegra – Danes making wine in Piedmont


Piedmont is an enchanted place. There are few places on earth where you can find such a conjunction of beautiful landscapes, warm – but not too warm – climate, all of the recreational pastimes anyone could ever want (including some … Continue reading

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The Annual Pilgrimage


It has been a good while since I last posted on this blog. That has been mostly due to higher priorities, such as family and work, which, however, in no way have prevented me from partaking of the great things in life. I … Continue reading

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Ioppa – Tasting Notes – 30 August 2012


On 30 August 2012 Carlo Merolli, old friend of mine and the most important importer of Italian wine to Denmark during the past 35 years, had invited for a tasting at the fantastically sited Italian restaurant La Vela, literally 10 … Continue reading

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2012 summer drinking – the rosé post


It’s a cliché, I know, but summertime calls for rosé. To that extent, it is probably not very novel or inventive of me to come up with a post dedicated solely to rosé wine. On the other hand, I have … Continue reading

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