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Festa a Vico e TreeBar

Festa a Vico e TreeBar

Le uscite di Capa Fresca al Tree Bar e alla Festa a Vico… Due bellissime esperienze con un bianco Falanghina del Sannio DOP e un rosso Sannio DOP Aglianico entrambe Capa Fresca!!!

Capa Fresca La scommessa di tre professionisti

Capa Fresca La scommessa di tre professionisti

A’ CapaFresca: a Napoli la testa è “a capa.” Dal latino “caput”. Di teste ce n’è tante: le capebuone, e le capecattive. In mezzo ci sono altre cape, a volte buone, altre volte no: la capapazza, la capallerta e la capatosta. Tra le capebuone c’è la capafresca: tra le cattive,  ci sono certamente la capafraceta, e la capemmerda.  Quando il cervello è pieno di pensieri, la testa scoppia. La testa è invece fresca, quando non è arroventata da tensioni e preoccupazioni: chi ce l’ha diventa “capafresca”.

The history of wine

The history of wine

The history of wine: The vitis finifera, climbing plant, growing wild in the forests as part of the so-called end of the screw from the Spanish Levant Anatolia to the peaks of the Himalayas. The men of the Paleolithic, soon learned to appreciate the edible fruit of this plant by consuming grapes or the juice squeezed out.

Aglianico

Aglianico

Aglianico: Aristocrat red grape variety of Greek origin that gives rise to the Campania Taurasi and Aglianico. Widespread in Campania and Basilicata. The namesake wine has a dry taste and robust. It can also be aged or sparkling wine. Aglianico is often given the epithet of “Barolo of the South”.

Its versatility makes it one of the most important grape bunches and its southern origin have high quality wines: from the lively rosé, fruity and good drink reds well structured, soft and durable. It is therefore fragrant and savory: pleasing to the taste, pleasant and stable, high nutritional value, invigorating the stomach and the limbs more than drink … “. 

Effect of wine

Effect of wine

Effect of wine: One day, by chance, someone noticed that the juice of the grape, forgotten in a rudimentary container, had undergone a strange transformation … His taste had changed and, above all, taking the drink that was achieved was causing pleasurable effects in the body and in spirit. Its origin, the result of transumazione portentous, and the beneficial effects and intoxicating that its consumption induces in those who drink, give drink to the mystical aura, religious ritual which still retains today in Christian celebrations as austere ceremonious gestures of certain priests of the tasting.

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