Articles tagged with the word "Italy":

Poderi Boscarelli – a 20 year retrospective

Published on March 19, 2011

As part of the anteprima/en primeur tastings in Tuscany during February 2011, Poderi Boscarelli hosted a 20-year retrospective of their wines.

Piedmont under the spotlight

Published on October 21, 2010

A tasting seminar of Piedmont wines, presented by respected author Stephen Brook, was hosted in London. The main focus of attention was the weighted trio of barbera, dolcetto and nebbiolo.

A tasting of Tuscan reds

Published on September 19, 2010

A tasting of Tuscan reds for a regular but infrequent group.

Istituto Grandi Marchi – London tasting

Published on September 15, 2010

A tasting of wines from the 17 members of the Istituto Grandi Marchi immediately followed the seminar hosted by Marchese Pierro Antinori.

Istituto Grandi Marchi – London seminar

Published on September 11, 2010

The Istituto Grandi Marchi, formed six years ago to jointly promote their wines, presented some of those wines at an Institute of Masters of Wine seminar and tasting this week, during the group’s first visit to the UK.

Istituto Grandi Marchi members

Published on September 11, 2010

The 17 members of the Istituto Grandi Marchi


Published on May 30, 2010

Lagrein is a deeply-coloured red grape variety indigenous to Alto Adige in Italy’s far north, where just 400 hectares are planted.

Tuscany’s Val di Cornia

Published on May 22, 2010

The small Val di Cornia, in the south-west corner of Tuscany, is beginning to discover its own identity among the heavy-weight wines of the region.

Under the influence of Carlo Ferrini

Published on February 14, 2010

Last month in London, heralded consultant winemaker, the Italian Carlo Ferrini, presented some of the wines he’s influenced, and outlined his philosophy.

Altitude-acclaimed wines from pre-Alpine Alto Adige

Published on January 4, 2010

Nestled into the early foothills of the Alps, lies Italy’s most northerly wine region, with the Dolomites as dramatic backdrop. The region’s wines reflect the cooler, northern, more aromatic location.

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