Why a private sommelier ?

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“A sommelier is a translator”

“We absorb all sorts of wine knowledge—through tasting, through reading, through meeting with winemakers and importers, through talking to one another and to chefs—and then we are expected to render any morsel of that information to a guest at a moment’s notice.”

Wine tasting of the best Tuscan and Italian wines Wine tasting workshop

Private Lunch or Dinner

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So, what is a sommelier today?

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With a sommelier for your events you'll have a professional who will perform the service of wine for each dish. Depending on your menu I will select the best wines for a perfect combination of food and wine. Direct to your door through a wonderful tasting location: you'll be accompanied by uncorking the glass through technical and sensory notes with curiosity about wine producerswith sympathy and conviviality, you will have the chance to discover the Tuscany hospitality. tasting the wines of this beautiful region.

Wine and food
pairing is generally

That is, the elementary rules work nearly all the time. Most important—more crucial than flavors or colors—is weight. A heavy dish will clobber a light wine, and likewise a light dish will be destroyed by a heavy wine.
But the old color codes—white wine with fish and red wine with red meat—don’t always mean something today, because we have access to so many different kinds of wine, We have light reds that are great with fish, and richer whites can pair with certain meats.

When I
Open a bottle
of wine!

"the most important thing is to be in love with the wine.
He also saw firsthand that beyond the gustatory pleasure in wine exists a complex and captivating blend of history, religion, philosophy, sociology, and culture.You pick up that bottle of Chianti or Brunello di Montalcino and you understand you are drinking history.
That is what put things over the top for me. Not just the grape juice or how the juice tasted, but the history.