Etna Wine School and the Consorzio per la tutela dei vini Etna DOC worked to develop a multi-day program where more than 30 individuals from a dozen countries had direct access to 23 different Etna wineries and scores of wines. During the tour, #EtnaWineSchoolinterviewed a number of #winelover-s and wine-trade professionals about these inimitable volcanic wines. These were their answers… Read more →
Author: Fabien Lainé
Burgundy: People with a Passion for Wine (Official Trailer)
Official Trailer for New Burgundy documentary film – 2016 Release! Using a colorful mosaic of stories, this documentary film demystifies the world-famous French winemaking region and offers a rare, insider glimpse into the lives of the passionate people working in Burgundy’s wine industry. Visit the website and opt-in for the latest news: http://www.burgundypeoplewithapassionforwine.com/ Music Credits: TITLE: France – Old… Read more →
Round UP: Quick Death for weeds, slow and painful death for you.
Dear #winelover community, In October we started the #winelover against cancer campaign to raise awareness for breast cancer, now in November we are supporting the #Movember campaign raising awareness for prostate cancer. I think they are both great initiatives and it’s amazing how much support we are getting throughout our #winelover community with these causes. However, as an organic wine… Read more →
#winelover anniversary in Bucharest
ROMANIAN WAY TO CELEBRATE #WINELOVER ANNIVERSARY Review By Tomislav Ivanovic The #Winelover organization brings together wine lovers from all meridians, and February get-together always carries with it special emotions because it represents formal birthday of #winelover community. This year, the third anniversary of #winelover organization had symbolic meaning: celebration took place on the same day, in the east and in… Read more →
#winelover Anniversary 2015 – Lisbon & Alentejo
We will be celebrating the 3rd anniversary of the #winelover community in Portugal this year. The program will start on Wednesday 11th February (people can arrive during the day – morning is preferential!) and end on Sunday 15th after lunch. (more details coming soon). Be there! It will be #epic! Cheers! Your hosts, Ana Sofia de Oliveira Celma Carreira Andre… Read more →
#SaveLugana campaign – Help for the future #winelover !
#winelover for #SaveLugana #saveLugana – sign the petition here! The #winelover community are #Luganalover-s – are you? The#winelover community is growing in number as a group and as a community. Today we are more than 18000 strong on Facebook, but there are also growing in numbers using the hashtag on twitter, instagram and on blogs and webpages. When we announced the… Read more →
Barolo Boys – The Story of a Revolution
Barolo Boys – The Story of a Revolution Barolo Boys is a documentary film telling the story of the Langhe region, the North Western region of Italy, and its famous “Boys”. I had a great opportunity to watch in in Premiere during a special screening. A great movie for wine enthusiasts to introduce people to the Barolo wines, history of… Read more →
Wine on the silver screen: American wine story
Wine on the silver screen: American wine story Have you ever dreamed of owning or starting your own vineyard? I have just seen a film about dreams, about courage, about desire and about daring but also about the price it costs. A film about the pioneers’ hardships and rewards – pour a glass of wine, sit back and join us… Read more →
Nemea Wine Tour 2014 the Movie
Nemea Wine Tour 2014 took place earlier this year in June, organized by Ted Lelekas (a great #winelover and ambassador of Greek wines) and some great wine producers. Greece make some tremendous wines and some countries should be envious of it’s diversity and richness of grape varieties. This is what this great short 25 minutes movie plans to reveal you. 4 intense days, 29… Read more →
A great new discovery: The best wines from Lugana age amazingly well.
I spent a few days in Lugana (south of Lake Garda, Italy) with a group of #winelover-s and I had the chance to taste many wines of the region. From the freshest bottles of the 2013 vintage (which I knew quite well) to aged bottles of the 70′s and 80′s (that I had never had before) and everything in between. … Read more →