Meditation wine

Meditation wines are normally not consumed as a meal accompaniment, but rather with the necessary leisure "to be enjoyed alone". The well-known Italian wine author Luigi Veronelli (1926-2004) describes them as “Particularly multi-layered, unusual wines that are suitable to be enjoyed sip by sip by the fireplace on a long winter evening and to generate a bit of surprise, cozy warmth and happiness with every sip".

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