Agricola Punica – Baby Sassicaia

About Agricola Puncia Agripunica is a joint venture beteweenn the Tenuta San Guido Sassicaia Group, Sardinian winery Cantina di Santadi. Agricola Punica, also known as Agripunica, born from the collaboration between Sebastino Rosa, Nicolo Incisa Della Rocchetta (Tenuta San Guido), Antonello Pilloni (President of Santadi), and legendary Tuscan winemaker Giacomo Tachis. In 2002 Agripunica bought…

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Month of Organic Wines with Sapori D ‘Italia.

Month of Organic Wines with Sapori D’Italia. What is the difference between Organic and Regular Wines? Every country has different regulations on what wines can be labelled Organic. According to CBI Product Factsheet (for the full report — click here), wine can be certified organic, if: its grapes are grown in accordance with organic farming…

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Ricasoli Winery

Two weeks with Ricasoli Winery Chianti wines Chianti wines — are the wines produced in Chianti Region, Tuscany. Sangiovese is the vital and main part of Chianti. It provides the wine with flavours of black and red cherries, transparent ruby hue, and mouthwatering acidity. Herbs, violets, spice, and earth are common accents in Chianti. There…

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Podere Le Ripi with Sapori D’Italia

Two weeks of Podere Le Ripi with Sapori D’Italia Podere Le Ripi is organic and biodynamic winery in Montalcino. Podere le Ripi started as a dream, and a very old one too: a dream to create something. This dream is also an aesthetic one: of creating something extremely beautiful. Shop Now   The amazing team…

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Donation + Discount

Italy is going through a dramatic health crisis. Help raise funds for the main Milan Hospital Policlinico. Every purchase of Italian wine made online in April will give 10% to this cause. Plus get 10% off normal prices with the voucher: ITALY2020

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Best BARBARESCO Grand Cru

Barbaresco’s best sites In 2007, Barbaresco’s different crus were officially recognised (the so-called Menzioni Geografiche Aggiuntive or MeGA), and these 65 hallowed sites are now recognised on labels. It was about time, too, as locals have long known that some sites always deliver better grapes than others – much like in Burgundy, where a patchwork…

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