Author: Sara Nässén

Sara Nässén har en bakgrund som arkitekturbibliotekarie och håller just nu på att avluta sin Masterutbildning i vinkultur vid Slow Foods universitet UNISG i Pollenzo, Piemonte. Just nu arbetar Sara hos producenten Marchesi di Grésy i Barbaresco där hon håller i guidade turer och vinprovningar, samtidigt som hon skriver sin mastersuppsats om vindistriktet Barbaresco. Sara skriver vinbloggen vitaevinifera.wordpress.com samt bloggar även för den amerikanska e-handelssajten primalwine.com. Hon är även rådgivande medlem i World Gastronomy Institute och skriver artiklar för deras onlinetidskrift Word Gastronomic Magazine (WGM) samt är redaktör för deras svenska avdelning. – – – – – Sara Nässén has a background as an architectural librarian and is currently pursuing her Master’s degree in wine culture at the Slow Food University UNISG in Pollenzo, Piedmont. Currently Sara works for the producer Marchesi di Grésy in Barbaresco where she does guided tours and wine tastings, while writing her Master’s thesis on the Barbaresco wine region. Sara writes her own wine blog vitaevinifera.wordpress.com and blogs for the US e-commerce site primalwine.com. She is also an advisory member of the World Gastronomy Institute, writing for their online journal World Gastronomic Magazine (WGM), and is editor for its Swedish section.
Asa Johansson and Sara Nässén on Scandinavian wines

Scandinavian wines come to Piedmont

Italian wines are since long loved by Scandinavians. But on Monday the 27th of May the roles were changed when Scandinavian wines were presented in Piedmont during a seminar held for the Master in Wine

Vineyards and hills in Barbaresco, Piedmont

Meet the Queen of Wines, Barbaresco

Two of Italy´s most prestigious wines are the Piedmontese stars Barolo and Barbaresco. Both made from 100% of the autochthonous Piedmont grape variety Nebbiolo. It is easily recognized by its light colour, high tannins and

Asa Johansson and Sara Nässén on Scandinavian wines

Scandinavian wines come to Piedmont

Italian wines are since long loved by Scandinavians. But on Monday the 27th of May the roles were changed when Scandinavian wines were presented in

Vineyards and hills in Barbaresco, Piedmont

Meet the Queen of Wines, Barbaresco

Two of Italy´s most prestigious wines are the Piedmontese stars Barolo and Barbaresco. Both made from 100% of the autochthonous Piedmont grape variety Nebbiolo. It