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Wine projects come and go all the time in Basilicata, but few are as adventurous as the one recently undertook by husband and wife team Andrea and Teresa Buchicchio. Just south of the
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Being able to bring Italy's most important wine journalists down to the south of Italy to attend an in depth tasting and celebratory gala dinner is a statement indeed. Fabio Mecca, rated as
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Italy | Piedmont | Barolo DOCG | Barolo Producer Guides Founded in 1986 in the village of La Morra, Cantina Roberto Voerzio are known for the production of exceptionally good single vineyard Barolo wines. Roberto started
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I've been following the vintage in Basilicata for ten years now, studying each village carefully to try and extract some sort of village pattern. The abundance of hot warm, full bodied red wines
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Often in the shadow of its more recognised older brother from Jesi, the Verdicchio di Matelica DOC area of Le Marche is home to some very interesting low production wines. Further away from
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Discover Campania If you had to say just one thing about the wines of Mount Vesuvius, it would surely be the sense of awe their origins evoke. Cultivated in the volcanic soils that
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Italy | Piedmont | Barolo DOCG | Barolo Producer Guides Custodians of the Bricco delle Viole Cru vineyard site in the village of Barolo, Viberti Giovanni are one of Barolo's traditional producers. The increased influence of
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Marco de Grazia has been producing wine on Etna for 15 years and has built an enviable reputation for making iconic wines that are both approachable in youth but also continue to develop
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Aglianico del Taburno DOCG | Fiano di Avellino DOCG | Greco di Tufo DOCG | Taurasi DOCG Aversa Aspirino DOC | Campi Flegrei DOC | Capri DOC | Casavecchia di Pontelatone DOC | Castel San Lorenzo DOC | Cilento DOC | Costa
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Musto Carmelitano is a name you are going to hear again. Admiration for their two single vineyard wines has been gathering in the press and it is only a matter of time before
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Sangiovese has as many critics as it does admirers. Chianti for example can be seen as quintessentially Tuscan, attractively rustic and brimming with vibrant cherry. The Bordeaux faithful however may dismiss it as
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How would you describe the Roero to wine lovers who have never come across this area? How does it differ from the Langhe? You can see the difference between the Langhe and the
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Basilicata is one of Southern Italy's last bastions of untouched and unspoiled beauty. Amongst the fields, forests and vineyards of the region, life moves to the rhythms of the seasons, creating an air
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Fabio Mecca is a consultant winemaker from Basilicata. He is well known for his involvement with family winery Azienda Paternoster, one of the oldest producers of Aglianico del Vulture, but he also lends