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Masi Campofiorin, a gourmet recipe book (available online) to celebrate Masi’s super food-friendly Red

Aces high in the kitchen for the Fiftieth Anniversary of Masi’s Campofiorin Masi (#Campofiorin50) as the celebratory 2014 vintage is released. Famous for its Amarone and based in Valpolicella, Masi has collected together 50 entirely new recipes from four food bloggers to celebrate the golden wedding of this prototype branded wine which has conquered the tables of four continents and international tastebuds in its five decades of life. The recipe book that is inspired by this iconic Veronese ...

Boutique Australian wineries take less trodden path to Verona

Six small Australian wine companies are banding together to showcase their offerings at one of the world’s biggest wine industry events next week. More than 150,000 people are expected at Vinitaly – Europe’s largest wine event – in Verona from April 9-12, which attracts commercial buyers from the world’s largest customer bases including Europe, Asia and North America. South Australian wine marketing company Winestate Publishing will lead the group to the event where it will be one of ...

New record for Prowein 2017: 58.500 professional visitors from 130 countries

Once again this year ProWein impressively proved it is the world’s most important business platform for the international wine and spirits sector. Over 6,500 exhibitors from more than 60 nations – more than ever before – were presented at ProWein in Düsseldorf from 19 to 21 March. Half the exhibitors came from Italy (1,600) and France (1,500), followed by Germany (1,000), the New World (600), Austria, Spain and Portugal. In focus were the new wines from all relevant winegrowing regions ...

Umani Ronchi and the Organic choice: an interview to Michele Bernetti

Organic seduces many branches and also Organic wine grows in volumes and farmed hectares, so much that Italy is officially the third world producer with 83.643 hectares cultivated on a total of 637.634: this means that we are currently farming organically 11.300 hectares more than 2014 (font: “Bio in cifre 2016”). A trend that shows a conscious choice of the companies in front of delicate subjects like sustainability and that demonstrates the growing trend of consumers that today ...

Codice Citra: new products for Horeca channel, biovegan wines and bubble-lovers

Codice Citra, a reference for wine in Abruzzo, will participate in the international event ProWein (March 19-21, 2017) with numerous new wines. Within the stand dedicated to Codice Citra (HALL 16 Stand A12) each day will be dedicated to one of the products or the wine lines of the company: Ferzo, a dedicated Horeca line, Chichibio, the biovegan wine and Hortāri, the classic method sparkling line. The company from Abruzzo, founded in 1973, unites nine cooperatives in the province of Chieti. ...

The Recantina DOC Montello “Augusto” 2014: the wine that defeated Napoleon debuts at next Prowein

Debuts at ProWein (Dusseldorf March 19 to 21) the new wine of Giusti Wine of Nervesa della Battaglia (Treviso): the DOC Montello “Recantina” 2014, a pure native red grape, whose production area is very limited - just more than six hectares in Italy - but with unique organoleptic characteristics and of absolute excellence. Curious is the story of this variety - there are historical traces dating back to the seventeenth century - which by virtue of its structure, its acidity and color ...

Osteria La Crocina reopens in a new organic dress

Francesco and Giacomo will welcome you to the Osteria La Crocina, whose reopening, after a long break, aroused a big interest among Montalcino and its surroundings.  Francesco Pascale has worked inside a kitchen since he was 16 and managed his own restaurant in Montalcino before. Giacomo Foresta, instead, is the young head waiter of the Osteria La Crocina. This work happens in collaboration with the Cantini's brothers which, since some years ago, are managing the family cellar and the biodyn...

Yannick Alleno’s 1947 restaurant in Courchevel awarded three stars in the 2017 MICHELIN guide France

The 2017 MICHELIN guide France awards one or more stars to 616 restaurants, of which 70 are new. This year, "1947", the restaurant located in Courchevel’s Cheval Blanc hotel, received three MICHELIN stars. Its chef, Yannick Alleno, who has already been awarded three stars for the Pavillon Ledoyen in Paris, offers a unique gourmet dining experience in this exceptional establishment. Commenting on the award, Michael Ellis, International Director of the MICHELIN guides said: “At 1947, chef ...

Hambledon Classic Cuvèe outshines some of Champagne’s best names in blind tasting with top UK wine experts

Hambledon Classic Cuvèe, an English sparkling wine produced by the UKâ's oldest commercial vineyard in Hampshire, has trumped some of Champagne's best-known names in a blind tasting organised by Noble Rot wine magazine. A panel of 13 experts - including Jancis Robinson MW, Dr Jamie Goode from wineanorak.com, Neal Martin from e-robertparker.com, Sunday Times wine columnist Kate Spicer and Master Sommelier Xavier Rousset - declared Hambledon Classic Cuvèe the clear winner from a field of 12 ...

China to dominate Asia’s growth in wine imports

New projections of growth in global wine markets to 2018 show Asian countries will dominate global wine consumption and import growth, led by a surge in wine consumption in China. The new study, by economists in the University of Adelaide's Wine Economics Research Centre, project China's wine consumption to grow by between 40% and 60% between 2011 and 2018. "China is set to change global markets for wines dramatically, just as it has been doing and will continue to do for so many other produc...