Tag: Italy

I’ll Drink to That: Ampelio Bucci of Bucci Winery

Episode 369 of I’ll Drink to That! was released recently. It features Ampelio Bucci, the owner of the Bucci winery

I’ll Drink to That: Joy Kull of La Villana Winery

Episode 366 of I’ll Drink to That! was released recently. It features Joy Kull of La Villana, a winery she

I’ll Drink to That: Angelo Gaja of Gaja Winery

Episode 356 of I’ll Drink to That! was released recently. It features Angelo Gaja of the Gaja winery in the

I’ll Drink to That: Author Ian D’Agata

Episode 354 of I’ll Drink to That! was released recently. It features Ian D’Agata, the author of Native Wine Grapes

Montenidoli, San Gimignano, Tuscany: Some Current Releases

About three months ago, I found myself wandering around the halls at the Vino2011 tradeshow in New York. Put on

Palmina Winery, Santa Barbara County: Current Releases

You know how some entrepreneurs seem to start businesses in their sleep? They create a company, make it profitable or

2005 Savanna “Sogno Due” White Wine, Campania, Italy

Despite all kinds of advice to the contrary, we continue to judge our books by the cover and our wines

Giacomo Conterno Barolo and Barbera: Italy’s Greatest Wines?

Because of our deep history with wine, the standards by which we judge today’s efforts must be placed within the

The Best Italian Wines: Tasting Tre Bicchieri 2009

I pride myself on my broad tastes in wine. I like wine from everywhere, and don’t believe I have a

Another Reason to Live in Italy

We all have our fantasies. These days mine lean a bit more towards getting more sleep than chance encounters with

Are EU Lawmakers Going to Destroy the Italian Wine Industry?

France, you get a free pass today. The European Common Market Organization is my newest punching bag when it comes

Italy Gets it Right. Scotland Gets it Very, Very Wrong.

There are those of you who believe that one of my favorite things to do here on Vinography consists of

La Brancaia, Chianti, Italy: Current Releases

Tuscany will always hold a special place in my heart. If not for the dreamlike quality of the rolling Chianti