Women at the center of the game? Daisy Penzo, owner of Tuscany Wines Import, tells us about her all-female experience and the commitment to enhance the wines of our peninsula to the palates of Americans.
The picture of Italian wine in the US: a love still flourishing. Indigenous varieties and targeted communication the keys to keep growing.
We have tasted for you: Col Vetoraz's Valdobbiadene Superiore di Cartizze DOCG
The interview with the first Italian Master of Wine which represents an extraordinary opportunity for the promotion of Italian wine in the world and for this reason it has to be "protected".
The Treiso cooperative, located in the Barbaresco Langhe, boasts a long and renowned tradition and is committed to innovation and sustainability.
We have tasted for you Cà Rovere's Blanc de Blanc metodo classico brut 2015
The portrait of Canadian wine market by those who live it every day, moving between importers and increasingly demanding consumers.
We have tasted for you Cantina Roeno's Riesling Renano Collezione di Famiglia
To consolidate on the Chinese market, a strategy that offers values and generates experiences is needed. The interview with J.C. Viens, Franciacorta Representative in China.
2020 has brought quite a few changes to the German wine market. The interview to the MW Alison Flemming outlined an increase in sales in supermarkets and via online.
Italy is a model of biodiversity with a deeply historic culture of food and wine as a sustainable part of a healthy lifestyle. As these values are increasingly shared around the world, we think Italy can lead this movement. The opinion of MW Sarah Heller, the Vinitaly International Academy Ambassador.
We have tasted for you Cantina di Custoza's Custoza DOC Val dei Molini 2020
We have tasted for you Mandrarossa's Santannella
We have tasted for you Bosco Malera's Bosco dei Cirmioli Prosecco DOC Rosé
We have tasted for you Rocca Sveva's Castelcerino Soave DOC Classico 2020
We have tasted for you Tenute Soletta's Kyanos, Isola dei Nuraghi
The great heterogeneity of Italian wine production attracts American consumers, but this implies a more effective communication strategy than the current one. On this topic, we interviewed the well-known American Patrick Farell on this topic.
We have tasted for you Fattoria Varramista's Varramista 2002
We have tasted for you Poggio le Volpi's Roma DOC
We have tasted for you Cantina Sociale Trento's Goccia D’Oro