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Freisa di Chieri -- "Sun Sì" is Piemontese dialect for "Sono qui," which means "I am here," named so because this wine is so perfectly Piemontese!

Freisa di Chieri -- "Sun Sì" is Piemontese dialect for "Sono qui," which means "I am here," named so because this wine is so perfectly Piemontese!

Turin Epicurean Capital: Gabiano DOC is a blend of Barbera grade (90%), Freisa and/or Grignolino (5-10%). It is one of the oldest and smallest Italian DOC wines, with the first official records dating back to the 13th century. It's the only Piedmont DOC created in 1980s, specifically 1983

Turin Epicurean Capital: Gabiano DOC is a blend of Barbera grade (90%), Freisa and/or Grignolino (5-10%). It is one of the oldest and smallest Italian DOC wines, with the first official records dating back to the 13th century. It's the only Piedmont DOC created in 1980s, specifically 1983

Turin Epicurean Capital: Rubino di Cantavenna: a precious wine. Finally, when everything has been used to make wine, a delicious grappa can still be made! Grappa di Rubino is soft and dry to show us that even after our death, our spirit keeps our talents alive.

Turin Epicurean Capital: Rubino di Cantavenna: a precious wine. Finally, when everything has been used to make wine, a delicious grappa can still be made! Grappa di Rubino is soft and dry to show us that even after our death, our spirit keeps our talents alive.

It’s Friday—which, if past experience holds true, means the clinking of wine glasses may be in your near future. Also in your future: the unsightly result of purple-tinged teeth after your via @byrdiebeauty

It’s Friday—which, if past experience holds true, means the clinking of wine glasses may be in your near future. Also in your future: the unsightly result of purple-tinged teeth after your via @byrdiebeauty

It is one of the most widely planted grapes in the world, known as garnacha in Spain and cannonau in Sardinia, but Americans know it best by its French name, grenache. It is the most important constituent in the blend of grapes in Gigondas, the next focus of Wine School. (Photo: Tony Cenicola/The New York Times)

It is one of the most widely planted grapes in the world, known as garnacha in Spain and cannonau in Sardinia, but Americans know it best by its French name, grenache. It is the most important constituent in the blend of grapes in Gigondas, the next focus of Wine School. (Photo: Tony Cenicola/The New York Times)

Learning how wine ages with a comparison of Duckhorn 3 Palms Vineyard over 30 years.

Learning how wine ages with a comparison of Duckhorn 3 Palms Vineyard over 30 years.

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