Sagrantino di Montefalco 1998

Sagrantino di Montefalco 1998

This is THE wine for the tannin lover. Sagrantino is an amazing grape that is grown mostly in the italian region of Umbria, and is the one with the highest tanning levels among all grapes in the world. This 1998 will not disappoint, that’s guaranteed. Nose presents a rich fruity...
Milanese tradition: the 3rd of February, St Biagio and Panettone

Milanese tradition: the 3rd of February, St Biagio and Panettone

We are living in a world where everything is possible and accessible with one click. Nowadays children grow up surrounded by technology and, sometimes, obtaining what they want (food, games, phones etc...) is so easy that they don't understand the value of "effort, waiting and the reward". The need for instant gratification...
Lupicaia, Castello del Terriccio, 2005

Lupicaia, Castello del Terriccio, 2005

Castello del Terriccio is located in the heart of Maremma, near Pisa, not too far from Mar Tirreno. The estate was founded a few centuries ago, but the vineyards have been planted only in the late 80s. The location of the land and the wisdom behind the choice of where...
Ribolla Gialla, Gravner, 2000

Ribolla Gialla, Gravner, 2000

"I make wine for myself. What's left, I sell" Josko Gravner since 1998. Josko Gravner has never been a guy apt to follow rules. In the world of wine he is know as the “amphorae eretic” as he ditched all conventional, modern, winemaking techniques in favour of the way in...
Riesling Kaiton, Kuenhof, 2012

Riesling Kaiton, Kuenhof, 2012

Peter and Brigitte Pliner own this great winery in Val d’Isarco, producing organic white wines which are very hard to forget. The terroir of the area is typical Dolomiti, stony with schist and quartz, and steep, the air is so clean that it almost makes your head spin. Sunny days...
Barbaresco Bricco, Pio Cesare, 1990

Barbaresco Bricco, Pio Cesare, 1990

A lot of people, in the wine industry, define Barbaresco as the Queen of wines, while Barolo is the King. There is even a book with that title by Kerin O’Keefe, that tells the story of this land, describes the grapes, the great families who made this region a worldwide pride of Italian winemaking. The higher elegance, finesse and, often, round bouquets of aromas and notes, identify Barbaresco as more feminine and hence the “Queen” title.
Here We Are!

Here We Are!

We are so excited to announce our opening! Who are we? We are a group of Italian food and wine lovers and experts, who decided to share our passion for all the products that our Country can offer. We would like to give you the possibility to discover new products and their origins, the passion and all the hard work that there is behind a glass of wine or a slice of aged cheese.