GuaripeteMagazine https://www.guaripetesolutions.us Magazine about Sex Books Coffee Music Wine Pets and Bugs, Coffee Secrets, Wine Online Store, Sex Health Articles, Update Sofware Online, Libros Populares Thu, 14 Nov 2019 13:01:41 -0500 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.3 https://www.guaripetesolutions.us/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/cropped-cropped-Guaripete-160-x-160-1-32x32.png GuaripeteMagazine https://www.guaripetesolutions.us 32 32 120412861 I Soave Classico de Le Mandolare sfidano il tempo https://www.guaripetesolutions.us/i-soave-classico-de-le-mandolare-sfidano-il-tempo/ Thu, 14 Nov 2019 13:01:41 +0000 https://www.guaripetesolutions.us/i-soave-classico-de-le-mandolare-sfidano-il-tempo/ di Lorenzo Colombo L’Azienda Le Mandolare si trova a Brognoligo di Monteforte e possiede venti ettari di vigneti nelle più pregiate zone del Soave Classico: Brognoligo, Castelcerino, Fittà e Monteforte, su suoli di basalto lavico [...]

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di Lorenzo Colombo

L’Azienda Le Mandolare si trova a Brognoligo di Monteforte e possiede venti ettari di vigneti nelle più pregiate zone del Soave Classico: Brognoligo, Castelcerino, Fittà e Monteforte, su suoli di basalto lavico e calcare.

Vigneto

Sono tre i Soave che l’azienda produce, da zone diverse e con processi enologici differenti, per tutti vengono utilizzate uva Garganega in purezza, che coltivate su questi suoli acquistano la tipica nota “vulcanica”, caratterizzata da sentori sulfurei.
Il Soave viene (purtroppo) spesso considerato dai consumatori un vino che s’esprime al meglio in gioventù, quindi da bersi nel primo (o nei primi) anni di vita. Nulla di più sbagliato. 
Se si ha la pazienza d’attendere i vini acquisiscono profumi e sentori che solo il tempo è in grado di fornire, prova ne sono i tre vini che seguono, degustati dopo un opportuno periodo di sosta in bottiglia.

La famiglia al completo

Si tratta di tre vini diversi, oltre alle differenti zone di provenienza delle uve ed al loro differente grado di maturità al momento della raccolta, differiscono anche relativamente alla conduzione enologica.
Il “Corte Menini” vede unicamente acciaio, le uve de “Il Roccolo” vengono in parte fermentate in legno, mentre il “Monte Sella” –unico a Docg, essendo un Soave Superiore- vede unicamente legno.

I tre vini sono tutti molto interessanti e dotati di buona complessità,  la nostra preferenza personale va comunque a “Il Roccolo”, dove il sapiente e limitato uso del legno gli dona complessità senza sacrificarne le note fruttate.

Soave Classico Doc “Corte Menini” 2016
Uve provenienti dalla Località Menini, nelle colline di Castelcerino, i vigneti hanno un’età media di vent’anni e sono allevati a pergola con esposizione Sud-Est. Sia la vinificazione che l’affinamento (sulle fecce) si svolgono in vasche d’acciaio. Color paglierino luminoso.
Fresco al naso, di media intensità, pesca bianca, fieno, erbe officinali, accenni d’idrocarburi.
Fresco e sapido, mediamente strutturato, accenni vegetali e note sulfuree, fiori secchi e miele, buona la persistenza.


Soave Classico Doc “Il Roccolo” 2016
Le uve provengono dalla Località Monte Grande, sulle colline di Brognoligo, il sistema d’allevamento è la pergola.
Le uve vengono raccolte a maturazione avanzata, la fermentazione avviene in parte (30%) in legno di rovere ed il restante in acciaio; la maturazione, sulle proprie fecce, si protrae sino a primavera. Giallo paglierino di buona intensità, quasi dorato, luminoso.
Buona l’intensità olfattiva, complesso ed elegante, presenta leggere note aromatiche, accenni idrocarburici, frutto giallo (pesca matura), note tropicali, fiori di tiglio e d’acacia, sbuffi d’agrumi, fieno, fiori secchi. Di discreta struttura, fresco e minerale, equilibrato, con bella vena acida, ritroviamo i sentori tropicali che rimandano all’ananas ed alla papaia e le note d’agrumi, lunga la sua persistenza. Un vino notevole.


Soave Classico Superiore Docg “Monte Sella” 2014
I vigneti, allevati a pergoletta veronese, si trovano nella parte più alta del Monte Sella, sulle colline di Brognoligo.
Le uve, dopo un’opportuna selezione, sono raccolte a piena maturazione, parte di esse vengono poste in cassette per un leggero appassimento, l’altra parte è sottoposta a criomacerazione. La fermentazione si svolge in botti di rovere, dove il vino sosta per almeno un anno, dopo di che  s’affina per ulteriori tre mesi in bottiglia. 
Color giallo dorato, intenso e luminoso. Intenso ed ampio al naso, sentori di frutto tropicale, pesca, agrumi, fiori di tiglio, accenni di miele, fiori secchi, note sulfuree, l’evoluzione lo spinge verso note idrocarburiche. Strutturato, morbido e sapido, con vena acida che dona freschezza, sentori di miele, pesca matura, fieno e fiori secchi, lunghissima la persistenza.


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]]> 138782 Ormae Vinae – Gioiellae Toscana IGT Rosato 2018 https://www.guaripetesolutions.us/ormae-vinae-gioiellae-toscana-igt-rosato-2018/ Thu, 14 Nov 2019 13:01:40 +0000 https://www.guaripetesolutions.us/ormae-vinae-gioiellae-toscana-igt-rosato-2018/ Poteva un appassionato di latinorum sottrarsi all’assaggio di un rosè bio chiamato Gioiellae, fatto da un’azienda olearia di Pontassieve che maccheronicamente si chiama Ormae Vinae e di cui non so nulla, salvo che forse sono [...]

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Poteva un appassionato di latinorum sottrarsi all’assaggio di un rosè bio chiamato Gioiellae, fatto da un’azienda olearia di Pontassieve che maccheronicamente si chiama Ormae Vinae e di cui non so nulla, salvo che forse sono russi? 


Non potevo. Ma ben me ne incolse: Sangiovese 100%, bello sapido, perfino muscolare e quasi autunnale!

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]]> 138780 Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits adds a turret truck to its fleet – Modern Materials Handling https://www.guaripetesolutions.us/southern-glazers-wine-spirits-adds-a-turret-truck-to-its-fleet-modern-materials-handling/ Thu, 14 Nov 2019 13:01:38 +0000 https://www.guaripetesolutions.us/southern-glazers-wine-spirits-adds-a-turret-truck-to-its-fleet-modern-materials-handling/ A family-owned supplier and distributor of alcoholic beverages, Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits (SGWS) began as a small bottling operation in Texas in 1909. However, it has expanded considerably ever since—to a team of more [...]

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A family-owned supplier and distributor of alcoholic beverages, Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits (SGWS) began as a small bottling operation in Texas in 1909. However, it has expanded considerably ever since—to a team of more than 20,000 employees, as it distributes more than 150 million cases of wine and spirits annually across 44 United States markets, the District of Columbia, Canada and the Caribbean.The company continues to grow and recently expanded its Lakeland, Fla., distribution center from 800,000 square feet to 1.2 million square feet to meet growing customer demand.During the expansion process, SGWS wanted to make the most of its additional floor space. In particular, it decided to construct a narrow aisle facility that would accommodate nine levels of racking. The additional height required lift trucks that could accommodate the lift height and capacity, while also meeting the company’s throughput requirements. In addition, SGWS implemented a pallet conveyor into its system, which required operators to place pallets on the conveyor as quickly as possible and, in turn, avoid any potential equipment damage.To meet the lift height and capacity requirement, SGWS added a very narrow aisle turret truck to its fleet, which maximizes cube utilization throughout the warehouse. The company used the turret truck’s optional auto positioning system (APS), which automatically guides the trucks along the most efficient route to each pick location.Mark Booth, vice president of supply chain technology for Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits, believes the APS option has enabled its operators to perform at an expert level, thus reducing its training time by 50% and increasing productivity by almost 20%.“[Due to] the productivity enhancements we gained, our pallet movement throughput increased just over 20%, which was an eye opener,” Booth says.SGWS also selected the optional auto fence feature for its turret trucks. Auto fence controls trucks’ speed and access to specific areas of the warehouse, thereby enabling operators to confidently place pallets directly on the company’s pallet conveyor with high precision. As a result, productivity increases while potential equipment damage is avoided.image
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Palm Beach dining: Virginia Philip to hold wine festival – Palm Beach Daily News https://www.guaripetesolutions.us/palm-beach-dining-virginia-philip-to-hold-wine-festival-palm-beach-daily-news/ Thu, 14 Nov 2019 13:01:37 +0000 https://www.guaripetesolutions.us/palm-beach-dining-virginia-philip-to-hold-wine-festival-palm-beach-daily-news/ By M.M. Cloutier Special to the Daily News Wednesday Nov 13, 2019 at 3:12 PM From wine tastings with vintners to presentations with local chefs, master sommelier Virginia Philip’s eponymous wine-and-spirits shop in Royal Poinciana Plaza hosts an ongoing roster [...]

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From wine tastings with vintners to presentations with local chefs, master sommelier Virginia Philip’s eponymous wine-and-spirits shop in Royal Poinciana Plaza hosts an ongoing roster of events, but now comes the biggest of them all: a one-night wine festival.

The al fresco Nov. 22 affair is set to feature dozens of international wines and small-bites pairings as guests enjoy it all in the plaza courtyard behind Virginia Philip Wine Spirits & Academy (VPWSA). It will be held from 6 to 8 p.m.

The inaugural VPWSA Wine Festival is part of the wine-and-spirits shop’s second anniversary at Royal Poinciana Plaza. Philip, who’s also the wine director at The Breakers, debuted her business in the plaza in November 2017 after it had a longtime presence in downtown West Palm Beach.

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For the upcoming VPWSA Wine Festival, no more than 125 tickets will be sold. Philip’s business partner, sommelier Veronica Litton, handled much of the planning for the festival.

“We’ve been working on a festival for a long time and there will be exceptional wines,” said Litton, who also is the academy’s general manager. “Guests can stroll the courtyard and enjoy the season. It will be six days before Thanksgiving, so I think that will add to the celebratory spirit.”

More than 80 international wines will be offered to taste, such as Taittinger Comtes de Champagne Blanc de Blancs 2007; Futo OV SL Estate Red 2014; Louis Latour Corton Charlemagne 2017; Ornellaia 2016; Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars Cask 23 2014; and Chateau de Beaucastel Chateauneuf du Pape 2014.

The wine festival also will feature small-bites pairings from plaza restaurant Sant Ambroeus, and festival-goers will be given a complimentary VPWSA-engraved Reidel glass, as well as a $50 credit redeemable during the event toward the purchase of any featured wine.

Tickets to the inaugural festival are $100 apiece. For more information, including about the featured wines, or tickets, call 561-557-4202 or visit virginiaphilipwineandspirits.com

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Awards announced in wine, spirits industry – Sonoma Index-Tribune https://www.guaripetesolutions.us/awards-announced-in-wine-spirits-industry-sonoma-index-tribune/ Thu, 14 Nov 2019 13:01:35 +0000 https://www.guaripetesolutions.us/awards-announced-in-wine-spirits-industry-sonoma-index-tribune/ Winners of the 7th Annual Wine, Spirits and Beer Industry Awards have been announced by the North Bay Business Journal. The awards recognize individuals, as well as suppliers, for their contributions to the industry. They [...]

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Winners of the 7th Annual Wine, Spirits and Beer Industry Awards have been announced by the North Bay Business Journal. The awards recognize individuals, as well as suppliers, for their contributions to the industry. They will be honored at a Business Journal event later this month.

The individual winners include:

Distiller:

Jeff Duckhorn, head distiller, Purple Wine + Spirits

Sonoma Winemaker:

Charlie Tsegeletos, winemaker, Cline Family Cellars

Napa Winemaker:

Chris Tynan, winemaker, Cliff Lede and Poetry, Lede Family Wines

Winery COO:

Remi Cohen, chief operating officer, Lede Family Wines

Winery CEO:

Carolyn Wente, CEO, Wente Vineyards

Startup:

Jeremy Carter, founder and winemaker, Tarpon Cellars

Philanthropy:

Leslie Frank, proprietor, Frank Family Vineyards

American Dream:

Rolando Herrera, winemaker and owner, Mi Sueño Winery

Special Award:

George Christie, CEO and founder, Wine Industry Network

In the supplier category, the honorees are:

Amcor Capsules

JU.CLA.S. USA Inc.

Laffort USA

Maverick Enterprises

Onguard Group

Peregrine Mobile Bottling, LLC

Scott Laboratories

Western Square Industries

In addition to these recipients, the Wine Industry Network has announced its annual WINnovation Award recipients:

Conetech

Enartis USA

GOfermentor

Innovint

MASILVA USA

The Wine, Spirits and Beer Industry Awards will be presented on Tuesday, Dec. 3, from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the DoubleTree Hotel, Rohnert Park. Tickets are $75 per person or $775 for a table of 10. Registration: Nbbj.newa/WIA19. Award sponsors are Moss Adams and the Wine Industry Network.

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