Brunello di Montalcino is perhaps Italy’s finest wine and certainly among the best in the world.
Italians know how to celebrate food, wine & good times better than anyone…and Truffle season is no exception!
Now is the time on a global level for the consumer to become more educated in their “Made in Italy” purchases
Eataly, the largest artisanal Italian food and wine marketplace in the world, is coming to New York.
A perfect Vin Santo to compliment mascarpone based desserts, crème brûlée, biscotti, or simply enjoyed on it’s own.
When, in about mid-July to the end of August, the Paradise of Rome feels like the lower circles of the Inferno, Romans traditionally either leave town for coastal locations, or – if sequestered in the city – turn to dining under the stars for a meal and a breath of fresh air in these tranquil luxury restaurants.
A very good wine that pairs perfectly with a variety of dishes including pasta, pizza, and meats.
Brunello – the crown prince of Tuscan wine.
Italians celebrate life among great company, good food and fine wine. Tim Mondavi’s quest to “enhance the celebration of life through Continuum”, has certainly succeeded
“This wine is the result of over three decades of research into Sangiovese, from clonal selection of the vine to vinification and aging techniques,” said Banfi Family Proprietor Co-CEO Cristina Mariani-May.