Asti

[Thracian tribe] Asti (Αστοί) is the name of a Thracian tribe which is mentioned by Livy. ...
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Asti

An Italian wine which comes from the city of Asti, south of Turin.
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Asti

city, Piemonte (Piedmont) region, northwestern Italy. It lies at the confluence of the Tanaro and Borbera rivers, 28 miles (45 km) southeast of ...
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Asti

Asti (ä'stē) , city (1991 pop. 73,557), capital of Asti prov., in Piedmont, NW Italy, on the Tanaro River. It is a commercial and industrial center, noted for its sparkling wine (Asti spumante). The city, which retains its medieval appearance, has a fine Gothic cathedral (14th cent.).
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Asti

(town) Town in Piedmont, southeast of Turin, Italy; population (2001) 71,300. Asti province is famed for its sparkling wine. Other products include chemicals, textiles, and glass. The town has annual jousting and gastronomic festivals
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Asti

It. 1. A method of sparkling winemaking similar to the Charmat method. The resulting wine is relatively low in alcohol (around 7-7.5% abv) with high residual sugar.
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Asti

[restaurant] Adolph`s Asti was an Italian restaurant in New York City`s Greenwich Village. It was unique in that many of the waiters were professional opera singers who routinely performed for the restaurant guests. Asti first opened in 1924, and was open for over 75 years before closing in early 2000. == History == Located on E. 12th St. i...
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Asti

The province of Asti with the capital of the same name in the Italian region Piedmont covers the entire southern Monferrato hill area with 1,500 km². There are many DOC / DOCG areas here. That's among other things Albugnano. Barbera d'Asti. Calosso. Dolcetto d'Asti. Freisa d'Asti. Grignolino d'Asti. Langhe. loazzolo. Malvasia di Casorzo d'Asti. Mo...
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