Top Italian Wines Roadshow

Focus on sustainability: the Firriato model

A proudly Sicilian brand of international importance, the result of the forward-looking vision of Salvatore and Vinzia Di Gaetano, progressively defined starting from the Eighties. A crescendo of product quality, well-defined styles and personalities, which has made Firriato a leading...

The Sicily of Cusumano

A young maison, born on the impulse of Alberto and Diego Cusumano, who have put to good use an ancient and long family experience in the winemaking business. The polar star of the two brothers has always referred to a...

Tenimenti Civa: the interpretation of the territory through wine

A relatively young company that has made its way into the Friuli wine scene by associating its name to the production of quality wines. This year it won the Tre Bicchieri for the first time with a Sauvignon.

Casale del Giglio, Lazio mosaic

From Ponza to Satrico, from Anzio to Olevano and Amatrice, the attention of Antonio Santarelli and Paolo Tiefenthaler is increasingly directed to the enhancement of territory enclaves where respect for nature, quality of the grapes and human work are in...

Batasiolo, the new challenges of an all-round reality

A family history spanning almost 50 years at the service of territory and of a passion. Beni di Batasiolo tells about Piemonte and its wines through a constant search for quality and the interpretation of the vintages.

Cantina Due Palme and the Puglia wine scene

Due Palme can count on the strength of 1,000 winegrowers who look after 3,000 hectares of vineyards, many of which are alberello-trained. Here's the story of the winery.

A castle of finesse and elegance, the Argiano style in Montalcino

Three wines to remember for the historic Montalcino estate, capable of producing increasingly territorial wines and in step with the times

"We talk about Valdobbiadene around the world because Prosecco is not all the same"

Foreign markets reward the company from Farra di Soligo, which increases its presence outside national borders. Stefano Pola, owner of Andreola, tells us about his 2022 and anticipates the moves for this new year.

Tollo, Abruzzo out to conquer the world

The historic Abruzzo cooperative doesn’t look like it’s going to stop and goes on to conquer foreign markets recording beyond positive performances. The secret? Authenticity and high quality without having to break the bank

Luna di Ponca: Collio according to Borgo Conventi

The company has a rather long history but has been living a new life since 2019 when the Moretti Polegato family decided to invest in Friuli. The Luna di Ponca awarded in Vini d'Italia 2023 dates back to that first...
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