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It is the most difficult Italian region to write about - so heterogeneous that you cannot make any general statements about its wines. With...
Tales of an afternoon spent tasting glorious Riesling in the Mosel. Joh. Jos. Prüm is a true legend - simply one of the best white wine producers on earth.
After a string of very happy but divisive vintages, the vintage of wonders has finally arrived for Brunello: the one that leaves everyone speechless, regardless of political factions and personal taste. To find a 2016 that is less than good, you have to work hard, and even if you choose at random, the possibility of finding an excellent wine is high. What we are describing, however, are not simply excellent Brunellos, but true masterpieces destined to make the history of the denomination
Visita in cantina da Enrico Rivetto, personaggio istrionico, intraprendente, che una decina d’anni fa ha deciso di buttarsi a capofitto in un progetto che l’ha portato ad essere, nel 2019, il primo produttore biodinamico certificato Demeter di tutta la zona del Barolo e Barbaresco
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
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