- n a river in northern Italy that flows southeast into the Adriatic Sea
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- Alto Adige Wines: Alpine Wine Tourism Taken to New Heights
NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Jun 25, 2013) - When temperatures soar and the sun blazes down, instead of hitting the beach, let the brisk Alpine air provide a respite from summer's sweltering heat. Escape to the Alps and discover the natural beauty of Alto Adige, Italy's smallest and northernmost wine-growing region.
June 25, 2013 - Marketwire
- Luis Durnwalder in Ninemsn
Although it is not our policy to pass judgement on works of art, the sculpture could be perceived as a provocation by the people of the Alto Adige region, which is 99 percent Catholic,regional governor Luis Durnwalder told ANSA.
- Francesco Moser in VeloNews
If Rebellin wins on Sunday, Ballerini might as well throw himself in the Adige river,said former world champion Francesco Moser. "How can you not pick a guy who's on form. In the world championships, it's vital to have as manyriders as...
- David Lynch in Orlando Sentinel
It's a German thing, I guess,said Lynch in a recent e-mail interview. "German precision. I love the fine-tuned engineering of the varietal whites of the Alto Adige. White wine is all about aromatics and brightness, and that's what the...