The Path of Delusions
Dima and Misha do another take. Working as a wine blogger is never easy. How much do you have to understand, know and… drink, to find true wine? We'll show that in the bonus after the credits. As for now... The tiny town of Montalcino with a small population of 5131. The exuberant architecture, typical for Tuscany. Over the rampart lie sunny hills where the Brunello grape ripens and where the excellent Brunello di Montalcino is made. For a long time Brunello was considered a unique grape variety, but by this time it's been recognized as none other than Sangiovese Grosso. Which, by the way, does not hinder the uniqueness in any way. It's the masters who truly matter. Misha and Dima are once again trying not to drown in the countless names, estates, technologies, vintages and years. And they also answer two "simple" questions: what is Rosso di Montalcino, how is it different from Brunello? And where will kind people with big money take us? Have enough taste to say "no" to them. We'll help. Join us!..