Marzio Taccetti

The Sicilian Pietro Russo is the third Italian Master of Wine

A life devoted to the world of wine. After working around the globe, Pietro Russo manages to enter the Olympus of Master of Wine

The 50 best wines is born. Here are the best labels according to 30 great sommeliers (many of them are Italian)

The first World's Best Sommeliers' Selection has been unveiled, a list compiled by 30 sommeliers from around the world. In the selection, a total of 16 labels from our country are featured

The size matters: smaller wine glasses lead to reduced wine consumption

If the glass capacity is reduced, wine consumption decreases. An experiment by the University of Cambridge involving 21 establishments demonstrates how behavior can change by modifying the quantity served

Sweet wines are in crisis, but not for The New York Times. Here's the selection for Valentine's Day

De Bartoli's Marsala and Félsina's Vin Santo from Chianti Classico. Two Italian labels are included in the selection of sweet wines to discover

Great wines could disappear (and it's not just because of climate change)

French nurseryman Lilian Bérillon and prominent winemakers sound the alarm in a documentary: great French wines could vanish if urgent measures aren't taken regarding vineyard management methods

Revolution in no-low wines. At the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles, there will be an award dedicated to non-alcoholic wines

De-alcoholized or low-alcohol wines are increasingly carving out a space in the world of wine, so much so that one of the most important global competitions has established a trophy to reward this category

What are virtual wine cellars? Wine, metaverse, and the future of collecting

Crurated launches the first metaverse for wine where you can have a virtual cellar, based on NFT and Blockchain technology

The first Michelin-Starred restaurant in London auctions its entire history. Here are the prices for wines and memorabilia

Rare wines, vintage champagnes, and works of art. After closing its doors, the London restaurant Le Gavroche auctions off the 56 years of its activity

Great Langhe 2024: the 12 best wines according to Gambero Rosso

In its eighth edition, the Grandi Langhe 2024 event returns to Turin, focusing on some of the most important Piedmontese denominations. Here are some of the best wines tasted

The French government pays vine growers to uproot vineyards

Eighty million euros will be used to support cash-strapped winegrowers facing difficulties caused by unforeseen events, while 150 million will be allocated for the uprooting of plants
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