“In my wines you will taste fruit flavours of all kinds, from peach to citrus to fresh herbs, always ripe fruits. You will never find the taste of the grass because… [Read More]
Venica & Venica is a family owned estate in the Dolegna district of Collio. This region, located in Italy’s northeast corner, is known for its crisp and delicately textured whites.
Falesco grows grapes in central Italy’s Umbria and Lazio regions. Their Vitiano wines blend grape varieties to create value-oriented, easy-drinking wines. Some are made strictly with local grapes while others… [Read More]
Near the Tuscan coast, Massa Vecchia makes a characterful rosato whose blend changes each vintage. The blend is usually composed of two varieties with Merlot, Aleatico, Malvasia Nera and Cabernet Sauvignon being… [Read More]
Fattoria Ambra, an organic producer in the Carmignano area of northern Tuscany, makes a lovely rosato called Rosato di Carmignano Vin Ruspo. It’s a blend of Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvigon (which they… [Read More]
Cascina deli Ulivi, a biodynamic producer in Piedmont, makes a table wine called Simplicemente Vino Bellotti Bianco. The name means “Simply Wine,” as the winemaker doesn’t even add sulphur after the… [Read More]
A great producer of Sicilian reds, especially Nero d’Avola and Cerasuolo di Vittoria. View Site
Calabretta’s vineyards are located nearly a half mile above sea level in the black volcanic soils of Etna’s north slope, between Randazzo and Castiglione di Sicilia. There, Calabretta farms roughly… [Read More]
In 2005, Castello di Ama was named Best Winery of the Year by Gambero Rosso’s guide, Italian Wines.
The Tormaresca estate in the Castel del Monte area of Puglia, is owned by the highly acclaimed Antinori family. Puglia is easy to find on the map. It is the “heel” of… [Read More]