WTI Magazine #53    2015 February, 6Author : Jennifer Gentile Martin      Translation by:   Who is ready for some wines from Sardinia, in Italian as Sardegna? First time covering this region, so let's get started. If I say Cannonau do you know what it is? You might be surprised you may be familiar with it because Cannonau is a red grape also k...

  WTI Magazine #80    2016 June 17Author : Jennifer Gentile Martin for www.vinotravelsitaly.com      Translation by:   When one talks about the great wines of Italy everyone always talks about nebbiolo, especially the wines of Barolo and Barbaresco topping the charts. What about the variations of nebbiolo that are hiding in the shadows behind th...

  WTI Magazine #24    2014 Apr, 04Author : Vino OK      Translation by:   The wine area that involves the Arborea DOC is located in the province of Oristano in the eastern area that extends beyond the Plain of Terralba, slightly offset to the south. This area, totally flat, was obtained from a wide reclamation work undertaken during the Fascism:...

WTI Magazine #76    2016 February 15Author : Jennifer Gentile Martin for www.vinotravelsitaly.com      Translation by:   This year I want to focus more this year on some of the even lesser known varietals and regions that I haven't talked to much about. That brings me to my topic today: a dessert wine for the holiday, Moscato and Passito di Pante...

  WTI Magazine #14    2014 Jan, 24Author : Vino OK      Translation by: Alessandra Bitetti   Barolo is appreciated for its culture, its traditions, but above all for its hard work, which allows the creation of an excellent quality product, thanks to which the wine continues to maintain its presence on the market by getting more approvals and ach...

  WTI Magazine #18    2014 Feb, 21Author : Vino OK      Translation by:   The "Golfo del Tigullio" is a wine produced in the hilly area of the Gulf of Tigullio, comprising fourty municipalities in the Liguria region in the province of Genoa including Rapallo, Santa Margherita and Portofino. The wine Golfo del Tigullio got the title of recognitio...

  WTI Magazine #20    2014 Mar, 7Author : Vino OK      Translation by: Alessandra Bitetti   The sweet Spumante is a sparkling wine variety typical of Italy, with a residual sugar content exceeding 50 grams per liter. In the traditional production, as the producers act on the residual sugar content, it is possible to obtain different types of spa...

  WTI Magazine #64    2015 July, 10Author : Jennifer Gentile Martin for www.vinotravelsitaly.com      Translation by:   This time I'm gonna on the Italian white grape from Piedmont, Arneis: I just had the opportunity to meet one of the charming owners and winemaker, Roberto Damonte, of the Malvira winery in the Roero of Piedmont. The Malvira win...

  WTI Magazine #22    2014 Mar, 21Author : Vino OK      Translation by:   One of the first documents that witnesses and mentions about this famous wine is undoubtedly represented by its classification, as originally drafted in 1398. Looking at these documents, we can understand how the Chianti was a white wine, it did not have a large diffusion...

  WTI Magazine #60    2015 May, 15Author : Jennifer Gentile Martin for www.vinotravelsitaly.com      Translation by:   The Marche is a region in central Italy. Pronounced "lay mark-ay", the Le Marche region borders Emilia Romagna to the north, Umbria to the west and Abruzzo to the south and barely touches the regions of Tuscany and Lazio. The Ma...