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At the school (La Scuola) at Eataly NY, we recently had the pleasure of hosting one of the most significant figures in Italian winemaking: Renzo Cotarella. Originally from Umbria, Sign. Cotarella has been working with the Antinori properties since 1981 and is the chief enologist and CEO of all Antinori winemaking estates. He is ultimately […]
There are over 600 indigenous grape varieties used for wine production in Italy. Some garner more praise than others while certain grapes seem to fly under the radar. Although it’s one of the most widely planted grapes in southern Italy, Aglianico is rarely given the credit it’s due for its contributions to the wine world.
The recently released edition of ‘Viaggio’ magazine features in-depth articles covering all things food, wine, and Italian culture. Follow the link regarding my article covering Prosecco and all its splendors…
Viaggio New Year 2011
The Veneto is one of Italy’s most productive wine regions, producing nearly 185,000,000 gallons of wine per year. What
The Veneto in Northern Italy is one of the most productive wine growing regions in the country.
separates the Veneto from other mega-producing regions, such as Sicily and Puglia, is that many wines from the […]