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Tomorrow with Wine Station at deGustiBooks and in search of flavors

Tomorrow’s will be an episode to everyone’s taste, Saturday, Nov. 26, same time as usual, from 12.10 to 13 on Antenna Radio Esse in Siena. This season’s eleventh Wine Station episode will take you to deGustiBooks, the fifth edition of “Books to taste food to know”, scheduled for the weekend in Florence in the beautiful (and uncommon) frame of the Tepidario, in the Horticultural Garden. Leonardo Romanelli will be the one to illustrate the formula of this event continuing until Sunday, November 27 with meetings between the authors, food shows and tastings. In Siena, in addition to the tastings at DegustaSiena, Slow Food presents “Adopt the Earth Mother”, with samplings of Brunello di Montalcino, the show on the stage of the Rinnovati “Tell me what you eat” of Motus Danza and photos of Riccardo Guardabasso. Duccio Lazzeretti, trustee of Slow Food Siena, will present the initiative. This episode the trip to the restaurant is doubled: first, Wine Station will take you to the discovery of the restaurant Davide Canella at Armaiolo (Rapolano Terme), where the namesake chef originally from Lucca has opened a restaurant for true gourmet dining. In Florence we will stop by the Santo Bevitore, much more than an osteria, near Piazza Santo Spirito.

A Taste of Italy with Bruno Gambacorta

“Eat Parade – Discovering out of the ordinary characters, stories, recipes and products” is the title of the book written by Rai journalist Bruno Gambacorta, guest of the Wine Station episode aired tomorrow, Saturday, Oct. 22, on the frequencies of Antenna Radio Esse (91.25; 93.2; 93.5; 99.1 FM) from 12.10 to 13. Gambacorta’s is a journey that leads to the discovery of 35 fascinating stories, unveiled throughout 13 years of successful programming on Rai Due. Wine Station will also present the new artistic wine label created by Pierre Alechinsky exclusively for the Chianti Classico “Casanuova di Nittardi” of the Fattoria Nittardi of Castellina in Chianti. The owner Peter Femfert will also discuss the exhibition of the entire collection of labels in Florence at the Galleria di Palazzo Coveri. For the events section Alfredo Millo, President of the Associazione Tartufai della Val di Cecina, will present Volterra Gusto, an event scheduled over the weekend, explaining strengths and weaknesses of this autumn’s white truffles collection. Finally, the other star this week is the extra virgin olive oil. In Florence, the restaurant “Olio & Convivium” is the ideal place to taste it in all its interpretations and buy a few bottles to enjoy at home.

Wine Station between Champagne and Amarone of the Valpolicella

After the special dedicated to the harvest in the vineyards of Siena and Tuscany, Wine Station tomorrow (Saturday, 8 October, from 12.10 to 13 on Antenna Radio Esse) hops over to the Valpolicella to know what this vintage promises for a great Italian wine: the Amarone. Winemaker Giuseppe Nicolis will be our guest from the homonym Venetian company that has just celebrated 60 years of life. But before we get to that, make some space for “the” bubbles by definition, those of Champagne in the company of the Italian Ambassador, Andrea Gori. The ” computer sommelier ” speaks of the challenge to win the European title that awaits him next week and recommends the best bottles worth uncorking. For the events section, it is the opening day of the first edition of Tuscany Wine, the Tuscan wine exhibition held in Arezzo. In the company of Raul Barbieri of Arezzo Fiere e Congressi, Wine Station will be present at the official event which aims to raise the daily consumption of wine. Finally, for the classical cuisine section, here is the Enoteca della Fornace, just opened by Gabriele Bassi in the heart of the Chianti region. You can listen to Wine Station on Antenna Radio Esse (91.25; 93.2; 93.5; 99.1 FM) from 12,10 to 13 or in streaming at

On Air Solare IGT’s 10th Anniversary and the Vineyard Chronicles

The 10 years of life of a great wine such as Solare IGT, produced by Capannelle of Gaiole in Chianti, will be among the themes of the Wine Station episode on air tomorrow, Saturday, Sept. 24, on Antenna Radio Esse. Winemaker-godfather Simone Monciatti, “Doc” from Siena, will tell the story of the Solare, a blend of Sangiovese and Malvasia Nera, which is celebrating 10 years of market presence (1996-2006), considering that it spends 5 years aging. The harvest is now under way: in the company of winemaker Valentino Ciarla, 38 years old from Velletri, we will understand how a freelance professional works in these hectic days between the grape harvest and weather assessments. In the space dedicated to flavor, the young chef of the Restaurant Canapone, Biagi Alessio from Grosseto, will be the star of a cooking-show scheduled for tomorrow in Florence during the second edition of the Wine Town,  that includes many events based on wine. Finally, for the last remnant of summer, we offer a menu of fresh fish: the one of  restaurant L’Asinello, which opened last April at Villa a Sesta, in the municipality of Castelnuovo Berardenga.

On Air Wine Station’s Fifth Radio Season

The fifth season of Wine Station, the radio format broadcast on Antenna Radio Esse in Siena(91.25; 93.2; 93.5; 99.1 FM and in streaming on starts tomorrow, Saturday, Sept. 17. Cristiana Mastacchi and Giovanni Pellicci resume their journey through the world of food & wine, with studies devoted to the wines of the territory and beyond, presentations of the events scheduled for the weekend and recommendations for restaurants worth trying. The first episode (airing, as usual, from 12.10 to 13 and repeated from 20 to 21) will focus on the harvest in the vineyards of Siena, commented by Sergio Zingarelli of Rocca delle Macìe, Robert Bruchi of Aprovito and Cino Cinughi de ‘Pazzi of the Consorzio Chianti Colli Senesi. The final stop is at Io – Osteria Personale in Borgo San Frediano, Florence. Young chef Nicolò Baretti, “raised” by Valeria Piccini Da Caino in Montemerano, will illustrate some of his original recipes made with ingredients typical of the Tuscan tradition.

25 years of Slow Food on Wine Station

Wine Station is also celebrating 25 years of Slow Food. The episode airs tomorrow, Saturday, June 18, from 12.10 to 13 on Antenna Radio Esse. Marco Bechi from the Mercatale of Sovicille will illustrate the Slow Food Day events, scheduled throughout Tuscany to celebrate the birthday of the “Snail”, born in 1986. Up next, the Tuscan Wine School, the service active in Siena, in Stalloreggi, teaching all the secrets of wine to foreigners on holiday. Rebecca Christophersen (aka Rebecca “Wine”) will explain how the school works, offering tastings, winery visits and educational insights. For the events section, Wine  Station makes a stop at the Sant’Appiano farm in Barberino Val d’Elsa, where the third edition of Sant’Appiano d’Autore, starring the work of artist Paul Staccioli, opens tomorrow. Finally, in the usual space dedicated to taste, Giuseppe Calabrese of the Repubblica presents the new guide dedicated to restaurants in Florence and Tuscany, already on newsstands throughout the region with many tips on restaurants, gastronomy places, wine and oil producers, as well as the best “flavor routes”.

Wine Station from Vinitaly, between drinks and new trends

Wine Station will broadcast a special episode tomorrow, Saturday, April 8, 2011, from 12.10 to 13 on Antenna Radio Esse. Straight from Vinitaly, a journey to discover the new trends for the wines on display at the wine fair taking place in Verona.  Among new ideas, innovations and dynamic companies ready to face the future with greater optimism than ever before, this episode will pay a special tribute to the wines and flavors coming from two fast growing regions: Emilia Romagna and the Marche. Maurizio Manzoni (Enoteca Regionale Emilia Romagna) and Giuseppe Cristini (expert from the Marche in wines and foods) will explain all the enogastronomical reasons that lead many wine lovers to choose the two Italian regions as destinations of their journeys.  For Tuscany, ​​the Consorzio della Denominazione of San Gimignano, in collaboration with the Province of Siena and the University of Siena, present in Verona an important scientific project that will trace the DNA of wine. Letizia Cesani will explain what transparency inside a wine bottle really means, and analyze the proceedings of the five days in Verona.  Finally, the wines of the Maremma with the young Marco Monaci from Cantina Pieve Vecchia in Campagnatico in the province of Grosseto, a reality that offers attractive white wines (but not only) and the flavors with La Locanda del Glicine.