Italian wine

Wine buy of the month. Greco di Tufo Miniere ’16 by Cantine dell’Angelo

A moving wine, rich in flavor and charm, with notes of white fruit and Mediterranean scrubland: here's Greco di Tufo Miniere '16 by Cantine dell'Angelo.

May. 22 2019

Batasiolo’s wines: comparing the great crus

We tasted 14 different crus by Batasiolo, a great winery owned by the Dogliani family. The vintages greatly improved with aging: here are our tasting notes.

May. 09 2019

Wine of the month: Guiry 2016 Tenuta Biodinamica Mara

Mature aromas, floral notes and a full-flavoured palate with a good acidity: here's the Guiry 2016 by Tenuta Biodinamica Mara.

May. 07 2019

Wine buy of the month: Fontanavecchia Falanghina del Sannio 2017

A supple and jiucy palate with a finish of aniseed and mint: here is the Fontanavecchia Falanghina del Sannio 2017, a vibrant wine that can age really well.

Mar. 07 2019

Italy is the best European exporter thanks to Prosecco

In the last five years, we saw a real growth of Itlaian wine, especially for its Prosecco. The data by Wine Monitor.

Mar. 06 2019

Abruzzo’s wine: good exports in nine months

The value of Abruzzo wine exports has exceeded 130 million euros in the 9 months of 2018. With +4.5%, higher than the national average (3.4%), it brings revenues to 130 million euros. Here are all the details.

Feb. 06 2019

Wine buy of the month. Cannonau di Sardegna ’16

Hints of small fruit and nuances of rose, a spicy touch and delicate tannins: here is the Cannonau di Sardegna '16 by Antonella Corda.

Jan. 16 2019

For the French, Italy is the leading country in the wine market

According to a French study, Italy obtains the leading position in the wine market thanks to its native grapes and competitive prices. All the results.

Jan. 15 2019

Wine consumption: Milan and Rome among the top 10 world cities

Paris leads the scene of wine consumption in the world. Milan and Rome are also in the list of the top 10 cities, with 1.7 milion hl. Here are the results of the Wine Paris' study.

Jan. 11 2019

The art of dry stone walls becomes Unesco intangible heritage

Second UNESCO recognition for an agricultural and rural practice. After that of the cultivation of the alberello vine of Pantelleria, obtained in 2014, comes the rural practice of dry stone walls.

Jan. 11 2019
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