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A world ablaze

Alfonso Pascale


The vineyards in Copertino castle

Countless Negroamaro grapevines line the terraces and bastions of the Angevin castle in Copertino. The authors of this little miracle are oenologist Pizzolante Leuzzi and the president of the local wine cooperative. Ancient documents indicate that in the past, the walls and trenches of the castle were used as roof gardens, and were the home of olive groves and vineyards.

Rita de Bernart


New steps forward on rules of origin worldwide

Olio Officina

Bad year for Croatian olive oil

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Olive oil boom of imports from Spain

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Organic crops spread in Andalusia

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We are here

Luigi Caricato


The sensual pleasure of wine

Inebriation is close to eroticism, drunkenness to pornography. Have you read I Drink Therefore I am: A Philosopher's Guide to Wine, by Roger Scruton? This exquisite work introduces the reader to the secret soul of wines. Thoughts race, feelings break free and words dance away. Even in silence. Because it is the inner voice that speaks.

Paola Cerana


The human side of wine

Let's know the winners of the 33rd Masi Prize, a unique marriage between wine, culture and true values. Because culture points the way to a new understanding amongst peoples that can also lead to a brighter economic future.

Monica Sommacampagna

Oil wrestling

Do you know about oil wresting tournaments? In Turkey yağlı güreş is a national sport.

Olio Officina


From Wyoming a success in water enhancement

Olio Officina

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A wreath of olive branches on the UN flag

Did you ever notice that the emblem depicted on the flag of the United Nations, in white on a light blue background, includes olive tree branches, symbolizing peace?

Carlotta Baltini Roversi