Lorenzo Landi, born in 1964, grew up in the town of Pescia, near Montecatini in the province of Pistoia, a spot not known for its viticulture but rather - even if it borders on Montecarlo di Lucca, a township which is also a controlled appellation
Robert Camuto: Letter from Europe
Winespectator, post Jan 23, 2017
Twin brothers Salvino and Antonio Benanti, 42, have spent their lives side by side: growing up in Sicily, studying at business school, working banking jobs in London and then returning to Sicily to take over the family
The success of Mount Etna, the most famous Sicilian viticultural area has no desire to stop or slow. Both critics in the wine sector and the international press continue in their fervent praise the unique character of this angle of the island which, with its
We are in Trecastagni on the slopes of Mount Etna. It is one of those days which only a Sicilian winter can offer us. The volcano rears up, white and majestic against a clear blue sky, the air is cool and crisp, the sun is
Tasca d'Almerita expands its vineyards and gains a winery with an ancient palmento and a wine cellar for vinification.
As it has likely also happened for other producers—local and expatriates seduced by the intrigue of Sicily—the Mountain, with its terraced, ancient vineyards surrounded by forests, volcanic stone walls,
Image visiting vineyards by train, a comfortable and relaxing trip. Image enjoying with all one’s senses a territory as unique as Europe’s largest active volcano. Image having, in the train, expert accompaniment who will recount every detail worth knowing to you while you move ever
DOC Etna Rosso, Guardiola 2014 – Alta Mora, Cusumano
Alta Mora is Diego and Alberto Cusumano’s new winery on the Etna volcano, and is located in the Verzella – Pietramarina area, near the town of Castiglione di Sicilia.
Lying underground for three quarters of its premises, the