Salento Wines. Photos from the big tasting in Verona

At the winter garden spaces of the Crowne Plaza in Verona, the denominations Primitivo di Manduria DOP, Salice Salentino DOP and Brindisi DOP were the protagonists of a great tasting. Here the photo reportage of the event.

Vinitaly 2022 on the Prowein model

Lower turnout but higher quality of operators: an edition to remember

Wine Travel Food - March 2019

It's Vinitaly time: how the world sees the event? We asked 6 international journalists about the fiftieth edition. And then again, Matera, the European Capital of Culture 2019, with its great products and traditional recipes. All the latest news from...

Eating in Verona. The city's 8 best pizzerias

All Italian cities have reference points for fine pizza, which is among the favourite food of its population. Let's start our journey looking for the best places for pizza in Verona, where we found 8 excellent addresses.

Recipes from great chefs. Four dishes by Giuseppe D'Aquino

L’Oseleta (Verona) is not a place for ‘cucina tipica’. It is where half of Europe and much of the world comes together: Italians and Germans, French and Americans, Asians and Africans, largely business people who travel the world on global...

Giuseppe D’Aquino, from Lake Garda to the world

Giuseppe D’Aquino is a chef from southern Italy, but he breathed in a great deal of French and American air before settling in the hills that dominate Lake Garda. At the wine resort, Villa Cordevigo, he leads the kitchens of...

Mantovani. From Verona to the world: “Let’s increase the value of wine”

Can Vinitaly increase the value of wine? Can it make contribution to the development of Italian wines? How does it influence on the internationalization of Italian wines? We have asked all these questions to the CEO of Veronafiere.

Leone de Castris. «A key meeting place for the wine sector»

De Castris wine has shaped the history of Pugliese enology. Gracing Italian tables for more than four centuries, Five Roses is surely the most famous rosé in the world.

Michele Bernetti: «How Italian wine became international»

He's the owner and CEO of Umami Ronchi, a winery from Marche that has always been at Vinitaly since the first edition. Michele Bernetti has been present at the Verona event every year and he now explains how Italian wine...

Giancarlo Perbellini from Verona to Hong Kong by way of Venice

The Perbellini world? It’s one in constant evolution: a gastronomic restaurant, a tapas bar, a pizzeria, a seafood table and inn, even a boutique hotel. In Verona, Venice, Hong Kong. And soon, maybe even in Rome and Milan.
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