From among the “Terracotta Warriors” of Paul White emerges Artenova, the “quiet force” behind “Terracotta and Wine”

2018/09/08     / / / / / / / / / / / / /

Read the article by Paul White here

Translation by Roxana Edwards

From the cave of Arenì 1 in Armenia dating back to 6200 years ago with its 20 terracotta jars for the production of wine found inside, to Artenova, “the old Tuscan company based in Impruneta” defined by Paul White as the “quiet force behind the terracotta wine movement”, the World class wine expert and journalist gives us a beautiful article entitled “Terracotta Warriors”. He does it starting from the history of the Cave of Arenì 1, discovered in 2007 and goes on to talk about Artenova and the ability of this company to “give much back their community”, actively promoting through the” Terracotta and Wine “event, research and information sharing, to help grow clay pot winemaking globally” an acknowledgement that fills our company with immense pride.

Read the article by Paul White here

Translation by Roxana Edwards

Paul White, the award-winning correspondent of The World of Fine Wine, during “Terracotta and Wine 2016” told us about the 2000-year-old Talha winemaking techniques from the sun-baked villages of southern Portugal.

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