Top Italian Wines Roadshow
What binds the volcanic soils of the Castelli Romani and the red soils of Manduria? This is the story of a family that has wine in its DNA.
The Barbera Specialist Winery relaunches the production challenge with acquisitions in the best crus of the Langhe to produce Barolo and Barbaresco
An interview with Graziano Nicosia, owner of Nicosia winery, a company that "has evolved in parallel with the story of Sicilian wine".
Top Italian Wines Roadshow. Le Rocche Malatestiane: 400 members in the name of the Sangiovese territories
The Malatesta were great leaders and patrons of the arts in the Rimini area, capable of sponsoring great works, including several of the most beautiful castles and fortresses in the area. They inspired and baptized this important winery which brings ...Leggi altro
In the last year Genagricola has changed a lot, starting with management. Here's a double interview with new CEO Igor Boccardo and Sales Director Francesco Domini
Collalto produces many labels: bubbles dominate the range, but there are also quite a few still wines. Here are the details.
Casale del Giglio, tastings at the winery that always strives higher.
Fontanafredda and Casa E. di Mirafiore, two 2016Barolo wines compared
The San Michele Appiano cooperative is one of the cornerstones on which the revitalization of Alto Adige wine has been centered in recent decades.
Pecorino is the Riesling of the Adriatic, some tasters say. And there is some truth in this. Here are the versions of Codice Citra