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"THE BREATH OF WINE" IS A BOOK BY LUIGI MOIO, PUBLISHED BY MONDADORI. IT IS A FASCINATING JOURNEY INTO THE INVISIBLE WORLD OF WINE AROMAS TO DISCOVER THE SECRETS OF ITS BEAUTY. THE BOOK WAS PRESENTED IN MILAN ON NOVEMBER 10TH

How do we perceive aromas? Where does that invisible part of wine that gives it its aroma come from? How is the aroma of wine organized? Why are wines categorized as "solo" and "orchestral"? What aromas distinguish a wine? What happens to the aroma of wine over the years? Does wine have a shape? What does tasting wine mean? What is the language of wine aromas? Luigi Moio, one of the top world experts in oenology responds simply to these and many other questions, accompanying the reader on a fascinating journey through the secrets of wine. With the support of original and detailed illustrations, he writes about his experience as a passionate scholar of wine aromas, laced with fun anecdotes, while not neglecting the rigor of the scientific approach to this wonderful nectar, which has always delighted our senses.

The book, “The Breath of wine", takes us on a fascinating journey into the invisible world of the wine aromas to discover the secrets of its beauty, which was presented to the public on November 10th in Milan (Westin Palace, Republic Square, number 20, in collaboration with the AIS sommeliers in Milan), authored by Luigi Moio, Professor of Enology at the University degli Studi Federico II in Naples, President of the International Organization of Vine and Wine (OIV) and wine producer of the company Quintodecimo in Mirabella Eclano, Avellino.

“It is a fact that wine is attracting more and more fans and a quite diverse audience. Wine has always had an immensely seductive power on man”; Moio explained to WineNews, “which can be primarily attributed to the sphere of emotions. In recent years, considering that wine is culture and the expression of local traditions, its appeal has increased also its image. In particular, I’m referring to its aroma, because a wine that has no scent is nothing more than a simple dose of alcohol. Wine is essentially elegant, has infinite class, and its elegance is waiting and moderation. Wine is the time it takes a vine to bear fruit. A good wine must be savored slowly and it is not necessary to drink a large quantity to appreciate it in all its nuances”. Luigi Moio

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