How much do you know Italian wine? - Printable Version

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- I love brunello - 09-05-2011 04:09 PM

Hello everybody!
My name is Francesca Bindocci,I'm a student from Montalcino, Tuscany and I'm doing a survey for my master thesis: the purpose is to see how people know italian wine (in particular Brunello and Chianti Classico) and see if they are influenced, while purchasing a bottle of wine, by its country of origin.
The survey is addressed to CANADIAN people only (unfortunately, because I'm focusing only on the canadian market): here is the link to my brief survey

All the people from Canada are welcome to submit will be very interesting to see the results that I will obviously share with all of you once my work will be finished.


- Innkeeper - 09-05-2011 05:25 PM

I know enough that any Brunello that doesn't take at least fifteen years to mature isn't worth the powder to blow it to hell.

Welcome to the Wine Board I Love.

- hotwine - 09-05-2011 07:51 PM

Have probably been buying more wines from Italy than any other country for the last 3-4 years. Distributors are making them more widely available than was previously the case. Add my welcome to the board.

- winoweenie - 09-05-2011 08:08 PM

Welcome there lover. There's lots of knowledge on this board but I'm really kinda' puzzled by the fact you post here when all you're interested in are Canadien answers. Not sure but off-hand I can't think of one who post regularly from above us. You'd do yourself a favor by visiting the web-sites of the major wine boards and finding out how many Canadiens are members. Otherwise you are chasing bubbles as far as I see it. WW

- I love brunello - 09-05-2011 09:27 PM

I know that it may seem strange, but I'm trying to make this survey as more available as possible. And, in any case, it will be interesting to take part to discussions on italian wines in this forum.