Column Leia Dinorah – Journal de Brasilia

Column Leia Dinorah – Journal de Brasilia

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Talk about rubbing salt in my wounds – d’oh! This is a saying that sounds good to me, and it’s a joy to hear from a former Republican president. Critics say his name clearly and others call him Ex Con, who he really is. As one of the oldest journalists in the country, Gilberto Amaral, it seems that he is being exaggerated in a conceptual manner, as stated above. 70 years of journalism is still active in this column.

Name on the vest

Since the subject is the October election, but it cannot be caused by the behavior of a particular power on the car floor, they have a name in their pockets for the federal district government. Party Leader’s Vest: Peter Parente. “Everything is known in society,” recalls Ibrahim Sued.

Useless work

I keep thinking about the wanderings of Paranनाचे’s representative, Alvaro Dias, to his colleagues to seek the support of his countryman Edson Fachin for the country’s Supreme Court. It was up to us to closely monitor the transfer of the Supreme Court before the inauguration of Brasilia. The Supreme Court, which is rarely or almost never mentioned by journalists, wants to take over the country today. Honestly, it is up to the President of the Republic to implement the disastrous Constitution of 1988, Article 142, which the government does not abide by to establish peace, order and law of the land.


The concerto embixada verde, by students of the orchestra and choir of the Instituto Resiclando Sons, will be hosted by the Italian Embassy at 8 p.m. They will present a collection of Italian and Brazilian music. The program will be available on YouTube (

A vibrating look

Photographer Mario Miranda has put the works in his collection up for sale to finance his recovery after he ran seriously while photographing daily life in Brasilia. A total of 21 images will be printed on cotton paper and framed in fine art pattern. The photos will be sold for R $ 1,200 on the 14th at Unique Palace, hosted by friends at Vernes, at 6 p.m.

Exchange of alliances

At a lavish ceremony this Sunday, at Casa Itime, in Sao Paulo, at 7 p.m., Paula Cabrera da Silva Trazi and Edmundo Lomba married the beautiful Amanda to Silvana and Mario Francisco Sia’s son, Mario Sia Jr.

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Photo: New Zealand wine


New Zealand, famous for its top-of-the-line small wineries, is attracting foreign investors. The Rothschild group recently signed a purchase agreement for Akarua winery. The 52-hectare property, 34.5 hectares of vine (pictured above), is located in the award-winning Bancoburn subdivision of Central Otago. The place, which produces 25% of the country’s Pinot Noir, is known for its full-bodied Pinot, with its beautiful sourness, ripe tannins and intense notes of red currant and black cherry. The transaction is subject to the approval of the Overseas Investment Office of the regulatory body of New Zealand. The group has owned 24 hectares of the Savignon Blanc (Rimapere) in Marlboro since 2012, as well as well-known properties in Bordeaux, Argentina, Spain and South Africa.


Les Grands Chais de France (GCF) has continued its expansion movement and has taken over the Viña Las Niñas winery in Chile’s Apalta region. Located in the Colchagua Valley, the property was founded in 1997 by three French families and has a total of 40 hectares of vineyards. The French group, with 68 properties from north to south of France, is expanding into Europe with the recent purchase of two wineries, Castillo de Aresen in Spain and Danubiana in Hungary. Founded in 1979 by Joseph Helfrich and the owner of the JP Chenet brand, GCF is France’s first winemaker and wine exporter.

Wine Tech was created by Xavier Garambois, a former executive of Amazon Europe, along with two other co-founders (Guillaume Jordan, CEO of Vitabella and Nicolas Mendiharat, CEO of the San Francisco Pallet Club). The platform, under development, will be launched in 2022 and is said to be the first site dedicated to the sale of wine by NFT. The goal of non-fungible token technology is to prevent fraud in the wine market due to the unique cryptographic token, which proves the authenticity of the wine purchased.

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After launching the first NFTs (non-fungible tokens) dedicated to the Bordeaux Grands Crus Classés in Wine Paris, Maison Bouey Grands Crus offers wine lovers the opportunity to participate in the sale campaign in Primers 2022 in NFT format. In partnership with about 15 châteaux, the French group sells NFTs through the Binance platform, which allows the purchase of a box of 6 bottles of this wine. Participating wineries include Chateau La Tour Carnet, Chateau Dozac, Chateau Cantemerle, Chateau Pep Clement, Chateau Grude LaRos, Chateau Lagrange, Chateau Pebei Fogeres, and Chateau Lafori.

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