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Italian Wines 2019

Author : Gambero Rosso
ISBN : 1890142166
Genre : Cooking
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Italian Wines is the English-language version of Gambero Rosso's Vini d'Italia, the world's best-selling guide to Italian wine, now in its 32nd edition. It is the result of a year's work by over 60 tasters, coordinated by three curators. They travel around the entire country to taste 45,000 wines, only half of which make it into the guide. About 2,400 producers are selected. Each entry brings together useful information about the winery, including a description of its most important labels, and price levels. Each wine is evaluated according to the Gambero Rosso bicchieri rating, with Tre Bicchieri awarded to the top labels. The guide is an essential tool for both wine professionals and passionate amateurs around the globe: it provides the instruments for finding one's way in the complex panorama of Italy's wine world. SELLING POINTS: * The most authoritative annual guide to the very best Italian wines * The awards honour ecologically aware wine producers who are working with the environment, bestowing 'Green' awards on those who create sustainable yields

Rick Steves Italy 2019

Author : Rick Steves
ISBN : 9781641710220
Genre : Travel
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From the Mediterranean to the Alps, from fine art to fine pasta: with Rick Steves on your side, Italy can be yours! Inside Rick Steves Italy 2019 you'll find: Comprehensive coverage for planning a multi-week trip to Italy Rick's strategic advice on how to get the most out of your time and money, with rankings of his must-see favorites Top sights and hidden gems, from the Colosseum and Michelangelo's David to corner trattorias and that perfect scoop of gelato How to connect with local culture: Walk in Caesar's footsteps of through the ruins of the Forum, discover the relaxed rhythms of sunny Cinque Terre, or chat with fans about the latest soccer match (calcio, to locals) Beat the crowds, skip the lines, and avoid tourist traps with Rick's candid, humorous insight The best places to eat, sleep, and experience la dolce far niente Self-guided walking tours of lively neighborhoods and incredible museums Vital trip-planning tools, like how to link destinations, build your itinerary, and get from place to place Detailed maps, including a fold-out map for exploring on the go Useful resources including a packing list, Italian phrase book, a historical overview, and recommended reading Over 1,000 bible-thin pages include everything worth seeing without weighing you down Annually updated information on Venice, Padua, The Dolomites, Lake Country, Milan, Italian Riviera, Florence, Pisa, Lucca, Hill Towns of Central Italy, Siena, Tuscany, Rome, Naples, Pompeii, Capri, the Amalfi Coast, and much more Make the most of every day and every dollar with Rick Steves Italy 2019. Planning a one- to two-week trip? Check out Rick Steves Best of Italy. Want to explore off-the-beaten-path Italy instead? Pick up Rick Steves Sicily.

A History Of Italian Wine

Author : Manuel Vaquero Piñeiro
ISBN : 9783031060977
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This book analyzes the evolution of Italian viticulture and winemaking from the 1860s to the new Millennium. During this period the Italian wine sector experienced a profound modernization, renovating itself and adapting its products to international trends, progressively building the current excellent reputation of Italian wine in the world market. Using unpublished sources and a vast bibliography, authors highlight the main factors favoring this evolution: public institutional support to viticulture; the birth and the growth of Italian wine entrepreneurship; the improvement in quality of the winemaking processes; the increasing relevance of viticulture and winemaking in Italian agricultural production and export; and the emergence of wine as a cultural product.

The Resilience Of Italian Food Companies

Author : Carmine Garzia
ISBN : 9788823884908
Genre : Business & Economics
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The Food Industry Monitor (FIM) is an observatory created by the University of Ga¬stronomic Sciences in Pollenzo, Italy, that analyses the performance and strategic choi¬ces of a sample of over 850 Italian companies belonging to 15 sectors of the food and beverage industry with an aggregate turnover of around 66 billion euros, representing about 71% of companies in the industry. The observatory takes stock of the pandemic and post-pandemic state of the industry through a series of analyses aimed at understanding the current and future performan¬ce of companies, the evolution of business models between innovation and tradition, the impact of health trends, and the dynamics of the wine sector.

Italian Wines 2022

Author : Gambero Rosso
ISBN : 8866412368
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- The most authoritative annual guide to the very best Italian wines; more than 2,500 producers have been selected, and more than and 22,000 wines - The awards honor ecologically aware wine producers who are working with the environment, bestowing 'Green' awards on those who create sustainable yields - Each entry gathers useful information about the winery Italian Wines is the English-language version of Gambero Rosso's Vini d'Italia, the world's best-selling guide to Italian wine. It is the result of a year's work by over 60 tasters, coordinated by three curators. They travel around the entire country to taste 45,000 wines, only half of which make it into the guide. More than 2,500 producers have been selected. Each entry brings together useful information about the winery, including a description of its most important labels and price levels in Italian wine shops. Each wine is evaluated according to the Gambero Rosso bicchieri rating, with Tre Bicchieri awarded to the top labels. The guide is an essential tool for both wine professionals and passionate amateurs around the globe: it provides the instruments for finding one's way in the complex panorama of Italy's wine world.

Application Of The Systems Approach To The Management Of Complex Water Systems

Author : Slobodan P. Simonovic
ISBN : 9783039437696
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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During the past five decades, we have witnessed a tremendous evolution in water resource system management. Three characteristics of this evolution are of particular note: First, the application of the systems approach to complex water management problems has been established as one of the most important advances in the field of water resource management. Second, the past five decades have brought a remarkable transformation of attitude in the water resource management community towards environmental concerns and action to address these concerns. Third, applying the principles of sustainability to water resource decision-making requires major changes in the objectives on which decisions are based, and an understanding of the complicated inter-relationships between existing ecological, economic, and social factors. The Special Issue includes 15 contributions that offer insights into contemporary problems, approaches, and issues related to the management of complex water resources systems. It will be presumptuous to say that these 15 contributions characterize the success or failure of the systems approach to support water resources decision-making. However, these contributions offer interesting lessons from current experiences and highlight possible future work.

Wine Law And Policy

Author : Julien Chaisse
ISBN : 9789004438316
Genre : Law
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Wine law and policy have evolved significantly over the last century, progressively moving from national terroirs to a global market. In this process, countries and regions took different approaches to address new problems wish are analyzed in this book.

Jumbo Shrimp Guide To Italian Wine

Author : Positive Press
ISBN : 9781665519175
Genre : Reference
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A good book is like a good wine: it ages well and you want to keep it close at hand. The Jumbo Shrimp Guide to Italian Wine is the missing link to understanding the complexity of Italian wine without the headache. It is ideal for wine lovers as a reference tool, for novices who want an introduction to the subject, or as a pocket guide, to take with you on your Italian adventure, attempting to navigate the wide range of Italian wines on offer.

Routledge Handbook Of Wine Tourism

Author : Saurabh Kumar Dixit
ISBN : 9781000642322
Genre : Business & Economics
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Wine tourism or enotourism or oenotourism or winery tourism or vinitourism is a special interest tourism that empowers local culture and spawns business opportunities for the local community. The comprehensive Routledge Handbook of Wine Tourism offers a thorough inquiry into both regular and emerging issues of wine tourism. Modern wine tourism extends beyond the mere cultivation of grapes and the production and selling of wine. The Routledge Handbook of Wine Tourism examines the complex interplay of market profiling, sustainable regional development, and innovative experiential marketing constructs which, when successful, contribute to the growth and sustainable evolution of global wine tourism. This handbook examines how the success of various enotourism events such as vineyard visits, winery tours, wine festivals and wine trails can stimulate the development of wine-producing regions and territories. Incorporating the latest philosophies and research themes, this handbook will be an essential reference for students, researchers, academics and industry practitioners of hospitality and tourism, gastronomy, management, marketing, cultural studies, development studies, international business and for encouraging dialogue across disciplinary boundaries.

Food Issues ??

Author : Miriam Castorina
ISBN : 9788855185059
Genre : Literary Collections
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Food issues 食事. Interdisciplinary Studies on Food in Modern and Contemporary East Asiaconcentrates on the relationship among food, culture, literature, and language in a comparative, transcultural, or literary perspective. The contributions investigate these aspects from different approaches: historical, sociological, anthropological, religious, linguistic, and want to deepen issues such as the symbolic value of food; food as an essential element for the construction of individual identity and a sign of belonging to a community; food as an intercultural medium; food as language and the language of food. The articles included in the volume are organized in a Japanese and a Chinese section and use different approaches within humanities disciplines to explore topics ranging from classical and contemporary East Asian literature to present-day issues, focusing on Food Culture and its declinations.

Nutrition Choice And Health Related Claims

Author : Tiziana de-Magistris
ISBN : 9783039286485
Genre : Science
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This book presents different articles focused on the role of nutritional properties and/or health-related claims on choice preferences, choice behavior, healthy eating/healthy diet, and the willingness to pay for certain foods.

Special Report Veneto Italy

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ISBN : 9781912498413
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Long one of Europe's most-storied economic engines, Veneto continues to lead Italy in a wide variety of sectors. From its centuries-old textiles, machinery, and sophisticated manufacturers to its world-famous wine and agribusiness firms, Veneto's nearly half-million small- and medium-sized companies help the region account for 10% of Italian GDP, still the world's eighth-largest economy, making its EUR162-billion economy the envy of the country. Sectors under the microscope in this 48-page report include industry, viticulture, sports equipment, transport, health, and education.

Food Fraud

Author : Rosalee S. Hellberg
ISBN : 9780128172438
Genre : Medical
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Food Fraud: A Global Threat With Public Health and Economic Consequences serves as a practical resource on the topic of food fraud prevention and compliance with regulatory and industry standards. It includes a brief overview of the history of food fraud, current challenges, and vulnerabilities faced by the food industry, and requirements for compliance with regulatory and industry standards on mitigating vulnerability to food fraud, with a focus on the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) Benchmarking Requirements. The book also provides individual chapters dedicated to specific commodities or sectors of the food industry known to be affected by fraud, with a focus on specific vulnerabilities to fraud, the main types of fraud committed, analytical methods for detection, and strategies for mitigation. The book provides an overview of food fraud mitigation strategies applicable to the food industry and guidance on how to start the process of mitigating the vulnerability to food fraud. The intended audience for this book includes food industry members, food safety and quality assurance practitioners, food science researchers and professors, students, and members of regulatory agencies. Presents industry and regulatory standards for mitigating vulnerability to food fraud including Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) Benchmarking Requirements Provides tools and resources to comply with industry and regulatory standards, including steps for developing a food fraud vulnerability assessment and mitigation plan Contains detailed, commodity-specific information on the major targets of food fraud, including specific vulnerabilities to fraud, analytical methods, and strategies for mitigation

Passion And Entrepreneurship

Author : Enrico Baraldi
ISBN : 9783030479336
Genre : Business & Economics
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Providing new perspectives on the interface between passion and entrepreneurship, this book recognizes that entrepreneurship is not just based on the search for profit. Instead, the entrepreneurial experience incorporates more complex processes, often based on less rational behavior motivated by reasons other than revenue. ‘Passion’ refers both to emotional elements that may fuel an entrepreneurial effort as well as something that feeds the business. The book challenges established views and shows the complexity of the link between passion and entrepreneurship. The authors discuss the main implications for businesses, and explore how passion at the individual and community level influences entrepreneurial efforts. Offering case studies from multiple sectors alongside conceptual frameworks, this edited volume is a useful tool for scholars, practitioners, and policymakers working on entrepreneurship.

Descorchados 2022 Guide To The Wines Of Chile

Author : Patricio Tapia
ISBN : 9789566131496
Genre : Cooking
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Descorchados is today the most important reference for South American wines. First published in 1999, for more than two decades, it analyzes the wine scene on this side of the world, an extensive and profound annual report on the best wines in South America, but also on trends and names to be known. New regions, new types of grapes and new styles of wines, a wide-angle photo of what is happening today in the main producing regions of Latin America. And more than 4,000 wines to drink. Enjoy!

Into Italian Wine Fourth Edition

Author : Geralyn Brostrom
ISBN : 1791887686
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New Fourth Edition for 2019 Everyone who enjoys wine knows at least a little bit about Italian wine, but at some point in the conversation-whether it's as soon as it goes beyond Chianti or later when Gaglioppo or Colli Bolognesi Pignoletto comes up-just about everyone begins to feel out of their depth discussing the subject. It's true that there is a lot to know about Italian wine-after all, Italy is the world's largest producer of wine-but it's not true that Italian wine is mysterious or incomprehensible, merely unfamiliar. This book helps make sense of it all and lifts the veil of mystery so that you will be able to feel comfortable approaching the wine list at Italian restaurants or the Italian section of your local fine wine shop on your next visit. Into Italian Wine, which serves as a study guide for the Italian Wine Professional (IWP) certification course from Italian Wine Central, presents a self-study survey of the Italian wine industry and the country's key wine regions and grape varieties. As a standalone course, it assumes no particular prior knowledge of Italian wine, leading the reader from an overview of the country through the various styles of wine toward the goal of being able to comfortably buy, sell, and discuss the broad spectrum of Italy's wine styles. Beyond the course content itself, Into Italian Wine contains additional resources such as language basics, suggestions for wines to be tasted as part of the program, a list of all the Italian wine denominations, and a synopsis of the rules that define the most frequently seen types of Italian wine. Throughout the course are dozens of compelling full-color pictures and custom-made maps. There are also extensive practical exercises that are invaluable for retaining the information presented. The book and the course are targeted to the wine trade, but there is plenty of information here that will be useful and enlightening to consumers and others as well. If you're new to Italian wine, use this book to create a solid framework of knowledge that will support a lifetime of learning and experience. If you've already got some familiarity with Italian wine, use the book to fill in gaps outside your prior experience and to verify that what you've already learned is still true in the ever-changing world of Italian wine. The organization behind Into Italian Wine is Italian Wine Central, recognized as the leading English-language source of accurate, up-to-date information about Italian wine worldwide and a key spokesmedium for Italian wine in the United States. Online since 2013, the website features a wealth of information on every Italian wine denomination, including clear, concise summaries of the primary rules and regulations; details about more than 200 of the grape varieties used in Italian wines; statistics about the global and Italian wine trade; and topical articles and educational features. Italian Wine Central is organized in a powerful, searchable database that is optimized for mobile devices. With readers in more than 120 countries, Italian Wine Central serves as a central network for wine professionals wanting to learn and teach about Italian wines. The Italian Wine Professional certification program was developed by Italian Wine Central to help those in the global wine trade-and by extension, those who buy and enjoy wine-to widen and deepen their knowledge of Italian wines in order to more confidently and professionally buy, sell, and consume these enchanting wines. The IWP program includes both online and in-class courses, this book, and a certification exam, with certified graduates and enrolled students around the world.

A History Of Wine In Europe 19th To 20th Centuries Volume I

Author : Silvia A. Conca Messina
ISBN : 9783030277727
Genre : Business & Economics
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This two-volume collection analyses the evolution of wine production in European regions across the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. France and Italy in particular have shaped modern viticulture, by improving oenological methods and knowledge, then disseminating them internationally. This first volume looks closely at the development of winegrowing, with cases ranging from Italian and French regions to smaller producers such as Portugal and Slovenia.

Niccol? Ridolfi And The Cardinal S Court

Author : Lucinda Byatt
ISBN : 9781000637953
Genre : History
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Niccolò Ridolfi (1501–50), was a Florentine cardinal, nephew and cousin to the Medici popes Leo X and Clement VII, and he owed his status and wealth to their patronage. He remained actively engaged in Florentine politics, above all during the years of crisis that saw the Florentine state change from republic to duchy. A widely respected patron and scholar throughout his life, his sudden death during the conclave of 1549–50 led to allegations of poison that an autopsy appears to confirm. This book examines Cardinal Ridolfi and his court in order to understand the extent to which cardinalate courts played a key part in Rome’s resurgence and acted as hubs of knowledge located on the fault lines of politics and reform in church and state, hospitable spaces that can be analysed in the context of entanglements in Florentine and Roman cultural and political patronage, and intersections between the princely court and a more professional and complex knowledge and practice of household management in the consumer and service economy of early modern Rome. Based on an array of archival sources and on three treatises whose authors were closely linked to Ridolfi’s court, this monograph explores these multidisciplinary intersections to allow the more traditional fields of church and political history to be approached from different angles. Niccolò Ridolfi and the Cardinal's Court will appeal to all those interested in the organisation of these elite establishments and their place in sixteenth-century Roman society, the life and patronage of Niccolò Ridolfi in the context of the Florentine exiles who desired a return to republicanism, and the history of the Roman Catholic Church.

Identification And Control Of The Geographic Origin Of Plant Materials Investigation Of Ambient Influences And Environmental Selection

Author : Micha Horacek
ISBN : 9782889769292
Genre : Medical
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The Changing Role Of Smes In Global Business

Author : Alkis Thrassou
ISBN : 9783030458317
Genre : Business & Economics
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SMEs are significant job creators and drivers of innovation and competition in most economic sectors. Furthermore, the traditional constraints of small and medium enterprises, such as geographic operations, are now being dissolved by technological developments. This means that there are new opportunities for SMEs, and their fundamental principles are being redefined: the aims, competencies, strategy, management, practice, and scope of these businesses are changing, with wide-ranging implications. This is the first part of a two volume work that incorporates scientific chapters on SME business theory and practice. Authors provide a balanced perspective of the present and future of SMEs across all business disciplines, including management, strategy, marketing, economics, and finance. While Volume II explores external issues such as contextual forces, the effects of the financial crisis, and macro-economic effects, this first volume focuses on the individual SME and internal issues such as innovation, quality, and digitization.

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