Alberto Tasca: Indigenous grape varieties will drive Sicily’s wine revolution

Alberto Tasca d’Almerita, the man who sits atop a sprawling wine empire Tasca d'Almerita in Sicily, is adamant that the island’s extensive repertoire of indigenous grapes and its affinity with sustainability are going to change the face of the island’s winemaking in the future.

New book aims to be ‘gold standard for Italian wine’

Today sees the official launch of a new book that aims to be the “gold standard for Italian wine”, according to the managing director of Vinitaly International, Stevie Kim.

Fine wine diversifies further

The secondary market is becoming ever more diverse in size and scope with over 3,000 more individual wines traded this year than there were in 2010.

db Eats: Il Tetto

db’s Lucy Shaw heads to the roof of Selfridges for an Italian feast involving creamy whipped cod, silky pumpkin tortelli and a cherry-laced Nerello Mascalese.

Uncorked: James Suckling

October 30th, 2017

V8+ Prosecco gets a revamp

September 29th, 2017

Ornellaia starts harvest

August 17th, 2017

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