|Ante Prima Tasting: Benvenuto Brunello 2010
Welcome to the world of Brunello di Montalcino where 136 producers introduced the newly released 2005 vintage of the iconic wine at a Tasting recently along with the younger 2008 of Rosso and the 2004 Riserva. The current release finds itself squeezed between the excellent 2004 and the unreleased 2006 undergoing aging, writes Su
|Riminifiera: Italian Taste at the Divine Lounge
Riminifiera is known for organizing a great food show for the last four decades and after adding fish and seafood, beverages, olive oil and frozen foods, it also added wines last year. The Divino Lounge has made considerable progress during the second year writes Subhash Arora who was at the Sapore- Italian Taste show that encompas.
|Tuscan Marathon 2010 : White is All Right
Tuscan Marathon 2010 as Conte John Salvi MW describes the 1000-wine Ante Prima tasting organised by the Consortia of San Gimignano, Chianti Classico, Vino Nobile di Montepulciano and Brunello di Montalcino last month is a 4-part series only an expert with decades of experience can illustrate. We start with San Gimignano which wo
|Angelo Gaja Optimistic about Italian Wines
Despite a tough year for Italy in 2009, Angelo Gaja the iconic Piemonte and Tuscan wine claims the industry held its own without government help and sees a ray of hope and is optimistic that 2010 will be better with a weaker Euro, lesser production of 2008 and 2009 and a renewed emphasis on exports. Although 2009 was a black year
|Chilean Wineries Suffer Losses too
Everyone sympathizes with Chile for the devastation caused by the earthquake, but people in the wine world are particularly sad for the country’s loss and damage, since wine forms a significant part of their economy and a considerable damage has been done to property in Maule Valley, though they have been fortunate enough not to .
|No End to Gallo Misery
While the US wine importers including Gallo could face government action as a fall-out of the fake 'Red Bicyclette' Pinot Noir scandal from Languedoc, a California law firm filed a case against them and the French grower co-operative and the broker on February 25 on behalf of a petitioner, according to a report published through their