A fantastic example of this underrated grape, from one of Italy's leading producers.Read More
One of Italy’s most interesting indigenousgrape varieties, Aglianico, from the dark volcanic soils of Basilicata.Read More
Vietti produce a range of stunning wines, but one that really stands out is their Moscato d’Asti.Read More
Don't exhaust Champagne in the sparkling wine category this summer. Make the most of Prosecco's popularity.Read More
Generally, the outlook is positive for growers across Italy this year, with good rain in the early part of the season offset by blazing heat in July. Over the growing season, there was minimal stress to vines and following the 2014 vintage, many growers were glad to just have something to harvest.Read More
The world’s largest producer this year, Italy has been dubbed one of the main ‘winners’ of 2016, with the country enjoying slightly better growing conditions than its European counterparts. Despite being the biggest producer, Italy’s harvest is still down around 2%, while quality is generally good.
Dry Creek Vineyard is one of a handful of California's wineries creating 100% Chenin Blanc wines.Read More
A blend of Grenache Noir and Grenache Gris from winemaking legend, Jean Marc Lafage.Read More