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Stories of men, women and bottles that enrich the galaxy of wine, in Italy and in the world

Infinito Ornellaia

The presentation of the 2011 vintage. A more reliable investment than gold and petrol


Alex Heinz, oenologist at Ornellaia, at Sotheby’s auction house in Milan, on the occasion of the presentation of the 2011 vintage of Vendemmia d’ArtistaL’Infinito. Art and wine are ever more intertwined in the strategies of the Marchesi de’ Frescobaldi family

Read | 31-03-2014 | In cantina

Sauternes Yquem for 60 euros per bottle: Bernard Arnaud’s revolution

Non-vintage wines, blends numbered between 1 and 6: the democratic change of the Château king of dessert wines

30-09-2020 | 11:00
Read | 30-09-2020 | 11:00 | In cantina

Didier Mariotti from Veuve Clicquot: back to the origins

Meet the new chef de cave (the eleventh) of the famous maison de Champagne. What with Grand Dame and Yellow Label

14-07-2020 | 11:00

Didier Mariotti, new chef de cave at Veuve Clicquot. We will meet him in person at the Identità Golose Congress late in October, within Identità di Champagne

Read | 14-07-2020 | 11:00 | In cantina

From Avellino to the top of the World’s 50 Best: Zuccardi’s talent for wine

The Argentinian winery, created by the descendants of immigrants from Irpinia, is number one in The World’s 50 Best Vineyards. Here’s the story

08-07-2020 | 13:00

The vineyards of Zuccardi - Valle de Uco, in the background, the majestic Andes

Read | 08-07-2020 | 13:00 | In cantina

Olivier Borneuf and his first World Sauternes Day

A whole day dedicated to this great wine, with a global webinar exploring its qualities and versatility

06-07-2020 | 11:00

A collage of photos of some of the many participants in the World Sauternes Day

Read | 06-07-2020 | 11:00 | In cantina

Julie Cavil, first female Chef de Cave at Maison Krug, presents the Grande Cuvée 168 with Olivier Krug

Historic handover in Reims: for the first time the assemblage of the cuvées is handed to a woman

29-05-2020 | 07:00
Read | 29-05-2020 | 07:00 | In cantina

Communication and investments: Matteo Lunelli’s recipe for a new start

The president of Cantine Ferrari and Altagamma: the blow hit hard, we will recover if we will preserve the current cohesion and give value to Made in Italy. To restaurateurs I say: hang in there, the desire for conviviality will win

21-04-2020 | 12:00

Matteo Lunelli since 2011 is president and CEO at Cantine Ferrari, Trento. In this interview he illustrates his personal experience with the Coronavirus emergency, as well as strategy that Italy as a system (and the hospitality industry in particular, which was hit particularly hard) will need to adopt to recover. He says: «We’ll make it». Here is how...

Read | 21-04-2020 | 12:00 | In cantina