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Brunello di Montalcino 2011, Tenute Silvio Nardi

Tenute Silvio Nardi, thanks to its expansive size, encompasses a wide variety of aspects and soils. The Nardi vineyards amount to fully 50 hectares planted to Sangiovese for Brunello, one of the largest vineyard holdings in the entire denomination. The Brunello di Montalcino Silvio Nardi, enfolds two growing areas (Casale del Bosco and Manachiara), two … Continue reading

San Leonardo 2011 a “warm northern character”

The winery lies in the southern portion of the Trentino region, just a few steps from the border with the Veneto, in what was once a fief of the Church, but today is a small hamlet synonymous with one of treasures that contributed to the creation of Italy’s wine culture. The vineyards, 25 hectares in … Continue reading

Mosnel, Parose’ Rose’ pas dose’ Millesimato 2011

In the heart of Franciacorta, in Camignone, lies the historic villa with its sixteenth-century cellars and the adjoining lands, evidence of the long winemaking tradition “Mosnel”, the dialect name of Celtic origin meaning stony, heap of stones; on which stands the Company. All 38 hectares of land are Mosnel properties and cultivation, is conducted with … Continue reading

Chianti Ruffina DOCG Riserva 2013

We are only ten miles from the border of the province of Florence, right on the edge of the wine-production zone of Chianti Rùfina, the smallest and oldest sub-zone in the great family of Chianti zones. On one side lie the famous city of Florence and the valley of the Arno River with its warmer … Continue reading

Chianti Classico Castello di Querceto Riserva

The Castello di Querceto and the land that surrounds it are rich in history. If in the past the Castello’s role was to stand guard on the via Cassia Imperiale, one of ancient Rome’s main ‘highways’ in order to defend its territory. The Castello di Querceto is today run by Alessandro and Antonietta François. Together … Continue reading

Basilisco, wine with timeless tradition

Visiting Vùlture, in the province of Potenza, on the border of Irpinia and northern Puglia, seems to the eye an enormous vulture seems to dominate its surrounding towns, among them the small hamlet of the little village of Barile, with its houses huddled up against each other. In this area, and in particular at Barile, … Continue reading

Perlae Naonis Prosecco

The San Simone Company has changed hands from father to son, undergoing a continuous and constant evolution, both from technological and commercial point of view. The vineyards are located in the Friuli Grave DOC and Prosecco DOC area in the municipalities of Porcia, Pasiano and Azzano Decimo. Today San Simone is been directed by Chiara, … Continue reading

Gagliole Colli della Toscana Centrale IGT

The lofty cypresses, the stepped terraces, the hedgerows interwoven with roses, aromatic herbs, and shrubs—these are the elements that comprise Gagliole’s welcome to its guests. The Antico Podere Gagliole, located in the classic Chianti-area, is a modern winery that boasts almost 20 hectares of vineyards, on two different sites, one in Castellina in Chianti and … Continue reading

Volutta’ brut sparkling wine from wine farm “Le tende”

Genuine appearance, quality and unique of its wines are the characteristics of the wines of the farm “Le tende””. The wines obtained through methods of craftsmanship closely related to the wine-growing traditions of the Garda are grown on more than clay soil plots, ideal environment for native red varieties and white grape and for the … Continue reading

Conte Vistarino Pernice 2012, elegant and authentic wine

Carlo Giorgi di Vistarino was one of the first  to introduce the pinot nero grape to the Oltrepo Pavese between the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, going on to win awards in both London and Paris for the sparkling wines thus produced. Owner of an extensive estate in … Continue reading

Rio Bravo, “Espumante” from Brazil

We are in in Serra Gaucha in the south of Brazil a region renowned for its excellent wines and natural beauty. The history of the Mioranza Winery begins in 1964, when the Italian family Mioranza begins with the cultivation of vines in the town Flores da Cunha town. Achieving excellence in winemaking was the focus … Continue reading

San Leonardo 2011 and Sassicaia 2013 top all the wine charts

  All of the Italian wine guides put them in first place This year belongs to the Bordeaux blends. That is the authoritative message from the annual wine guides–Bibenda, Doctorwine, Espresso, Gambero Rosso, Maroni, Slowine, Veronelli, and Vitae–which, for once, are unanimous in bestowing their top awards on these two Italian champions. San Leonardo and … Continue reading

LE SERRE NUOVE DELL’ORNELLAIA 2014

Vintage 2014 underlines the difference between the traditional vineyards of central Tuscany and Ornellaia’s Merlot & Cabernet Sauvignon rich vineyards on the coast. Coming primarily from the Estate’s younger vineyards and made with the same passion and attention to detail as Ornellaia, Le Serre Nuove dell’Ornellaia is a true “second vin”. A blend of Merlot, … Continue reading

Sinuelo winery. Brazilian wine … Italian heart

Since 1883, the Molon family settled in southern Brazil in the Serra Gaucha coming from the distant city of Arzignano in Veneto, from the very beginning has been dedicated to viticulture and the art of wine. From father to son, the raisin techniques were transmitted, understood and improved. The search for superior products begins in … Continue reading

Sinuelo prime

From south of Brazil in the Serra Gaucha comes Sinuelo Prime wine made up of a selection of Cabernet Sauvignon (87%) and Merlot (13%). Sinuelo Prime is a limited edition with numbered bottles. It is definitely a remarkable complexity and evolved wine, fruity, ripe blackberry with hints of spice, chocolate and coffee. The color is … Continue reading

2010 Brunello Riserva Renieri 3° at JS TOP100 Wines of 2016

2010 Renieri Brunello Riserva is on the top 100 wines of the world for James Suckling. It is in position n 3. The best European and  Italian wine. The third wine of the world. Renieri Brunello di Montalcino Riserva DOCG 2010           What a time to be a wine critic. I … Continue reading

Milantino wines: a year of awards

This was a year full of successes for Milantino!  The quality and attention it give to its labels, and as a reward received national and international awards. In Brazil Wine Challenge, which is Directed by the Brazilian Association of Oenology (ABE) and the magazine Adega, they were gathered labels of South Africa, Germany, Argentina, Australia, … Continue reading

Masseto 2013

Vintage 2013 will be remembered as one of the latest harvests in  history with particularly favorable growing conditions for Merlot.    The Masseto vineyard is a unique place with a mosaic of different soils including an exceptional presence of grey clay. The gentle breezes coming off the sea during the warm summer months, the intensity … Continue reading

2010 Brunello Riserva Renieri has been awarded 5 grappoli (5 grape bunches)

We would like to let you know that the 2010 Renieri Brunello Riserva has been awarded  5 GRAPPOLI, the maximum score from BIBENDA, the official guide of FONDAZIONE ITALIANA SOMMELIER. It looks like this time everybody agreed. Suckling 100 points, Wine Spectator 96 points, Parker 96 points and now 5 Grappoli.    Marco Bacci Renieri Brunello di Montalcino … Continue reading

Terra Madre Salone del Gusto 2016 concludes with a wave of positive energy

Paolo Di Croce, Slow Food International General Secretary comments: “Seven thousand delegates from 143 countries, 300 Slow Food Presidia and 1000 food communities of the Terra Madre network from five continents. These are not simply numbers, they represent a humanity that is united here to discuss the great challenges which we must confront, above all … Continue reading

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Terra Madre Salone del Gusto présente l’innovation majeure de l’édition 2018

Terra Madre Salone del Gusto présente l’innovation majeure de l’édition 2018

    Slow Meat, Slow Fish, Graines, Alimentation et Santé, et Abeilles et Insectes seront les 5 espaces thématiques #foodforchange du Salon du Goût.  Organisé par Slow Food en collaboration avec la Région du Piémont et la ville de Turin, la 12e édition de Terra Madre Salone del Gusto, le plus grand événement international consacré au […]

Nouvelle appellation d’origine protégée pour un vin de Hongrie

Nouvelle appellation d’origine protégée pour un vin de Hongrie

  La Commission européenne a approuvé la demande d’inscription des vins hongrois “Monor, Monori” dans le registre des appellations d’origine protégées (AOP). Les vins produits sous l’appellation “Monor, Monori” peuvent être blancs, rosés ou rouges. Les blancs et rosés sont vifs et frais avec des arômes floraux tandis que les rouges ont plutôt des arômes de fruits […]

Vinisud 2018

Vinisud 2018

La 14ème édition de Vinisud, Mondial des Vins Méditerranéens, a été inaugurée le dimanche 18 février au Parc des expositions de Montpellier. En ligne de mire ? Développement durable et satisfaction des acheteurs ! Fil rouge de cette nouvelle édition, le thème de l’éco responsabilité fait l’objet d’un programme particulièrement étoffé dont le coup d’envoi a […]

LES GRANDS JOURS DE BOURGOGNE

LES GRANDS JOURS DE BOURGOGNE

DEGUSTATIONS  EXCEPTIONNELLES  DES  GRANDS VINS  ET LES  FACTEURS  INFLUENCANT  LES  PRIX Enfin, et une fois de plus “Les Grands Jours de Bourgogne” auront lieu en France, dans la région vinicole de Bourgogne et cela du lundi 12 mars jusqu’au vendredi  16 mars y compris.  “Les Grands Jours de Bourgogne” c’est un salon vinicole international  réservé […]

“Ribeiras do Morrazo” (IGP) et “Montravel” (AOC) nouvelles indications géographiques

“Ribeiras do Morrazo” (IGP) et “Montravel” (AOC) nouvelles indications géographiques

La Commission européenne a approuvé la demande d’inscription de deux nouveaux vins d’Espagne et de France dans le registre des indications géographiques protégées (IGP) et des appellations d’origine protégées (AOP). Produits à partir de cépages cultivés dans la province de Pontevedra en Galice,  les vins “Ribeiras do Morrazo” (IGP) peuvent être blancs ou rouges. Les […]

L’UE approuve pour la première fois une appellation d’origine protégée transfrontalière pour un vin

L’UE approuve pour la première fois une appellation d’origine protégée transfrontalière pour un vin

  La Commission européenne a approuvé la première appellation d’origine protégée (AOP) transfrontalière pour un vin, le «Maasvallei Limburg» (Belgique/Pays-Bas). Les vins produits sous cette appellation sont en effet produits à partir de cépages cultivés sur les deux berges de la Meuse dans les régions belge et néerlandaise du Limbourg. «Maasvallei Limburg» : La Commission […]

‘La Clape’, nouvelles appellations d’origine protégées

‘La Clape’, nouvelles appellations d’origine protégées

La Commission européenne a approuvé la demande d’inscription de la dénomination de vin au registre des appellations d’origine protégées (AOP), «La Clape». Les cépages pour les vins d’appellation «La Clape» sont cultivés sur le territoire du même nom situé dans le département de l’Aude dans le sud de la France. Les vins blancs «La Clape» […]

8ème « Tour des Chais », à Ernage, les 21 et 22 Octobre

8ème « Tour des Chais », à Ernage, les 21 et 22 Octobre

Ce prochain samedi 21 octobre, au lendemain de l’ouverture de « Mégavino », à « Brussels-Expo », s’ouvre, à Ernage – un village hesbignon de 1.300 habitants, sis aux confins des provinces du Brabant Wallon et de Namur, à 45 km de Bruxelles et 20 de Namur, son nom apparaîssant une première fois en 1293, avant d’être rattaché à Gembloux en 1977 -, le 8ème […]

Vendange 2017: récolte en recul de 18%

Vendange 2017: récolte en recul de 18%

Pour la vendange 2017 le ministère de l’agriculture prévoit une récolte en recul de 18 % par rapport à l’an dernier, à cause des incertitudes climatiques qui as caractérisée cette année. Un demande d’accompagnement a été soumis au ministère de l’agriculture par les syndicats viticoles. Les prévisions des récoltes de cette année parlent de 37,2 […]

L’Alliance Slow Food des chefs lancée aux États-Unis

L’Alliance Slow Food des chefs lancée aux États-Unis

Les États-Unis rejoignent le vaste réseau mondial des chefs qui s’engagent avec Slow Food à cuisiner et promouvoir les produits issus des Sentinelles, de l’Arche du Goût et d’autres groupements de producteurs locaux. L’Alliance Slow Food des chefs compte déjà des centaines de membres répartis dans 19 pays (l’Albanie, l’Allemagne, l’Argentine, la Belgique, le Brésil, […]

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