Rich Russians are developing a thirst for high-end Italian wines, according to Marchesi de’ Frescobaldi’s new president, Lamberto Frescobaldi.
Lamberto Frescobaldi, the new president of family-owned Tuscan wine estate Marchesi de’ Frescobaldi, has admitted that he’s not in the business to shift large amounts of wine.
Family-owned Italian producer Marchesi de’ Frescobaldi is to launch a high-end sparkling wine made from Champagne grapes next year.
Tuscan estate Ornellaia has highlighted the pre-eminence of London for global wine collectors as it confirmed plans to host a second charity auction in the UK capital this year.
Will Lyons recommends a “superb” wine with a “spicy acidity and savoury finish” while Katie Kelly Bell picks out “one of the best values in white wine on the market.”
From Sangiovese to Nero d’Avola and Fiano to Trebbiano, we look at some of the grape varieties that are and will be key to Italy’s wine industry.
Prominent Italian wine producer Frescobaldi has partnered with a group of prisoners on a tiny island in the Tuscan Archipelago on a white wine project.
Matthew Jukes picks out a white which he says is “already one of the wines of the year” and Jane MacQuitty recommends “the perfect spring white”.
This year’s London wine fair will see the launch of a new collection of top wine estates, from Argentina, Uruguay, Tuscany and California, called “Blends”.
The wine cellars of renowned Tuscan estate Marchesi Antinori have opened to the public for the first time in the company’s 628-year history.
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