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Mont·fer·rat

 (mŏnt-fə-rät′)
A historical region of northwest Italy south of the Po River. Claimed by a noble family of Mantua and the house of Savoy after 1612, it was finally awarded to Savoy by the Peace of Utrecht (1713).
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Contract award notice: Supply, Installation and installation of a 64-layer multidetector computerized tomograph required for the casale monferrato hospital unit.
You ll usu th Monferr You'll usually see d'Asti and d'Alba on the labels, as well as Monferrato, as these are the three DOC zones where Barbera is made.
Se, ancora ne Il sangue dei vinti, altri apparivano i disegni e gli strumenti adoperati dallo scrittore di Casale Monferrato, mitre inverni della paura e in Bella ciao si vede che la giustizia della guerra comincia a essere messa in discussione.
Mediocre soldado, mas cortesano y politico que un verdadero estratega, y por ello condenado a unas humillantes derrotas en la peninsula italiana--Tornavento (1636), pero sobre todo los fracasos de la campana de 1640 culminadas con la derrota bajo las murallas de Casale Monferrato y el fallido socorro de Turin con su consiguiente capitulacion--, y en Cataluna, con el desastre de Lerida de 1642.
L'amministrazione dei beni temporali della Chiesa, Piemme, Casale Monferrato 1993.
We 'Heart' Italian Wine," is the November wine class and sale, featuring seven wines: Castello Della Sala "Bramito" Chardonnay, Umbria 2013; Santa Cristina "Le Maestrelle," Toscana IGT 2013; Prunotto Barolo DOCG 2008; Villa Antinori Chianti Classico Reserva, Toscana DOCG 2011; Tormaresca "Torcicoda" Primitivo, Salento IGT 2012; Guado Al Tasso "Il Bruciato," Bolgheri DOC 2013; and Prunotto "Mompertone," Monferrato Rosso DOC 2010.
It further noted that the vin-yard landscape of Piedmont, Langhe-Roero and Monferrato was included as emblematic of the development of wine growing in Italy, showing a range of economic and social processes.
Finally, M&S's Monferrato Rosso 2011 is currently reduced to two for PS12.
Another dimension to marriage in the upper echelons of society is provided by Sally Hickson whose study of the marriage of Federico II Gonzaga and Margherita Paleologa of Monferrato covers what was perhaps one of the most convoluted attempts at a marriage alliance of the sixteenth century after that of Henry VIII of England (pp.
The Prunotto Estate wines include Fiulot Barbera d'Asti DOC, Mompertone Monferrato Rosso DOC, Barbaresco DOCG, Barolo DOCG, Dolcetto d'Alba DOC, Moscato Asti DOCG, Bric Turot Barbaresco DOCG, Bussia Barolo DOCG and Roero Arneis DOCG.