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Mattia Scarpazza
Looking Into Wine
I, your host Mattia Scarpazza, found Looking Into Wine to share knowledge about wine. Focus is on areas that sparked my interest throughout my study years and I wished I’d had more time to explore in more detail. Now it’s time!Each episode explores a specific topic in detail and how it is relevant to the wine trade.What to expect? Interviews featuring experts and professionals to guide us through regions, grapes and challenges of vine growing, my own research and much more.
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 12 ratings
Paul Balke episode
Once again an informative and most interesting podcast - many thanks Mattia.
Badgers Retreat via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/30/21
I stumbled across Mattia’s Podcast recently when it was regarding Hungarian wine. He had Master of Wine, Caroline Gilby, of all people, as a guest on his podcast. It was wonderful to sit back and listen to this passionate conversation with the two of them. I would recommend this to anyone looking...Read full review »
HaPtY GuY via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/26/21
Randall Grahm episode
Dear Mattia, thank you for bringing Randall Grahm to your podcast and for this episode! Such an interesting perspective on the grapes and an unusual attitude towards the winemaking process! I believe the intuitive approach could open new horizons in the wine world.
@diveintowine via Apple Podcasts · Russia · 04/20/21
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