Prosecco is often compared to Champagne, but there is so much more to the sparkling wine than its “competition”. Prosecco is Italy’s most popular sparkling wine. Only produced in the Valdobbiadene region of Veneto, Italy, we’re going to learn about the distinct characteristics and history of this timeless sparkling wine. The Origin of Italian Bubbles Prosecco dates back to the ... Read More »
Tuscany is a viticultural region in Italy that is often whispered on the lips of wine amateurs and c...
Dan Kosta and Michael Browne have been making wine for almost 20 years, but they are still just as p...
Domaine Pascal & Nicolas Reverdy is known for producing pure, high-quality expressions of Sancer...
Millesima presents Millesima Tips, a series of educational articles that will delve into various topics related to the world of wine: from tasting, to how to store & serve wines and wine-making techniques. The first edition will reveal the mysteries of the vine cycle. From the dormant period to the harvest and everything in between. The awakening of the vines ... Read More »
Land Of Diversity The history of the wines of New Zealand its vineyards dates back to 1819, when a French bishop planted the first vines. Today there are only a handful of very old wineries still existing. The wine industry in the country is not older than 25 years. However, the progress in quality is remarkable, in spite of this ... Read More »
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Franciacorta is a DOCG appellation from the Province of Brescia in Lombardy, just an hour’s drive from Milan in northern Italy. This hilly region extends from the southern shore of Lake Iseo to the hills of Monticelli Brusati, Omni and Gussago and the suburbs of the city of Brescia. Franciacorta has, over the past two decades, become synonymous with fine Italian sparkling wines, ... Read More »