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Podere della Civettaja: a fragment of Burgundy in Tuscany

o region in Italy is fully suitable for the production of Pinot Noir. Burgundy expert Giancarlo Marino reiterated this concept in a recent interview on Intravino. All we have is single vineyards and individual producers who make Pinot Noirs that are at once Burgundian in style and fascinating in their own way

The heartwarming 2008 Montepulciano d’Abruzzo by Emidio Pepe

Today the weather is gloomy, and the Italian government has just imposed new restrictions to avoid a surge in COVID-19 cases. So nothing better to do than relive those days spent in Abruzzo visiting wineries by tasting one of the special wines of the region: Emidio Pepe's Montepulciano d'Abruzzo

“Organic and biodynamic agriculture are the future” says WWF Italy

“Organic and biodynamics provide the most advanced patterns of agriculture”. This is the statement by WWF on his web site in the light of the approval by the Italian Agriculture Committee of a law on Organic agriculture. The government crisis could delay the vote in the Senate, but it still is an important step in a procedure that has been going on for the last two years.

Metodo Classico: four sommeliers from Rome recommend four Italian sparkling wines

Looking for an unusual fizz to toast to the new year? Then go for Metodo Classico. Four italian sommeliers, including two who work for...

Wine talks with Richard Baudains, author at Decanter

A native of the Island of Jersey, Richard Baudains is one of the most reputable wine writers currently living in Italy.  He’s been writing about...

Giulia Negri – Barolo’s next big thing

To find out how the Langhe used to be forty years ago, you must cross La Morra, follow the road that takes you to the top of the Bric del Dente, and reach Giulia Negri’s estate in the Serradenari area. I passed by the Tenuta right before the beginning of the pandemic and found the landscape to be extremely unusual. I had also read enthusiastic comments about the wines. A friend who contributes to an authoritative Italian wine guide told me that Serradenari stole the show from Monprivato and Bartolo Mascarello in a blind tasting session last year…