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December 04, 2014


Manuel Chiarlo

“Giovani Manteniamoci” or, better, “Manteniamoci Giovani” is the title of the book, writenn by Sangiorgi, and not the author name! In Italian means “keep ourselves young”.


Thank you Manuel for the correction, I was feeling something was strange on the cover of the book, I understand better now. I have to improve my Italian...

Owen (ReverendRiesling)

God, I love being a winemaker. This is one of the most beautiful wineterroirs posts yet. Emidio Pepe, his family and his winery evoke the romance of wine and winemaking as much as anyone. Montepulciano D'Abruzzo at its best can grab you and stop you in your tracks. We have a couple of bottles of Emidio Pepe waiting for the right moment.


Wish I'd been there with you.


Thank you very much to talk about my region and Pepe wines; however I just want to tell you in this small region how you can see quite environmental friendly there some others amazing natural producers I hope someone bring you to see some others wineries and you short stay in Abruzzo. Good job

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