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Digital

No matter how hard one tries to make information easily accessible, reading a book or consulting a website like this requires some in-depth study not done in a hurry.

On the other hand, when you’re traveling or attending a tasting, the primary need is to have all the essential information available at a moment’s notice.

That’s why the Barolo 2.5 and Barbaresco 2.5 apps were created, to add an equally complete and periodically updated database of wines on the market and the companies that bottle them to the complete MGA database.
A database that is ever richer, thanks to the constantly updated archive of my tasting notes and the possibility of adding your own (which can be exported to Excel).

Also very useful is the selection of the best restaurants in the area, as well as the possibility of viewing your location within each MGA or to decide which route to take to reach a favorite producer or a favorite vineyard.

        

And if that’s not enough, take a look at my geo-referenced maps that can be downloaded to your tablet and phone from the Avenza website. With the app of the same name you can add comments and photos, measure distances and surfaces, record GPS tracks and more.
Like real professionals.

Finally, if you’re an Apple user, don’t forget the collection of ebooks available at the Bookstore, to which you can add a gem that few people know about – this one!

Barolo MGA 360

This site is designed to be consulted on tablets, laptops and desktops, as it needs a large screen to capture the many details.
To discover its main features, rotate your phone sideways and make sure you get a good signal.