The first edition of the Great100 Terroir Wineries and Wines of Italy was held at the St.Regis Hotel in Shanghai on the weekend of July 8-9.
Barbaresco and Barolo are 100% Nebbiolo wines that are easily some of Italy’s best-loved and best-known wines. They are extremely sought after by wine lovers and collectors everywhere because of their intrinsic goodness, their ability to age...
Italy has over 500 wine grapes officially recognized and registered (in fact, now closing in fast to 600!) but many hundreds and possible thousands still lie unrecognized and forgotten.
Petit Manseng has been an amazing success story in China, with world class sweet wines made and increasingly classically dry wines as well. While plantings remain small, they are on the rise, and the quality of wine is so high and promising that it appears China has found an new signature grape variety the wines of which it can be proud of.
Launching the TerroirSense Wine Review's second series of educational wine videos
by Ian D'Agata
One of the greatest wineries in the world