The story of Tenuta di Trinoro begins relatively recently, back in 1992, when Andrea Franchetti first began planting vines in what was previously rough woodland covered in wild roses and grazing sheep. His big idea? To produce a Bordeaux-style blend from Bordeaux-style varietals planted using Bordeaux-style techniques, but on Tuscan terroir. The result? A beautiful range of robust, fantastically structured ... Read More »
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With historical references in the Valdobbiadene area of Veneto dating back to 1542, the Bisol family has become a reference point for the culture of this region as well as for the production of high quality sparkling wines in Italy. The family currently manages 20 parcels expanding over 65 hectares of vines, 50 of them in the DOC Prosecco and a ... Read More »
Just south of Trentino – Alto Adige, Italy’s northernmost wine region, is the united wine federation and powerhouse region of Veneto, boasting an extremely diverse landscape of microclimates, winemaking styles and local traditions. A short drive from the famous city of Venice, this dynamic ribbon of land is home to 28 DOC and 14 DOCG areas, producing more wine than ... Read More »
Easily recognizable by the grinning god Bacchus on the pale yellow label gracing its wines, Maison Louis Jadot has for over a century been synonymous with excellence in Burgundy. From the Jadot family’s very first purchase of Clos des Ursules, a Beaune Premier Cru, in 1826 the estate has grown into a vast collection of carefully selected vineyards, 240 hectares of ... Read More »