Appellation(s): Mosel. Gernot Kollmann is the man at Immich-Batteriberg, formerly at Van Volxem and Knebel among others, to run the property and to vinify the wines. Coincidentally, Gernot had a strong interest in Immich-Batterieberg years before and even sought investors for this
Appellation(s): Mosel. The Thanisch family has cultivated wine continuously since the year 1636 and can look back on a history covering more than 375 years. Today the estate is run as a family business in the 11th generation, of which
Appellation(s): Toscana. ‘Andrea Cortonesi’s biggest competition these days is oddly enough from himself! The Uccelliera wines are as good as they’ve ever been, but it is impossible not to compare them with the wines Cortonesi makes under the Voliero label.
Appellation(s): Toscana. These are the most impressive wines I have ever tasted from Tenuta di Ghizzano. The wines are made in a fairly non-interventionalist style, starting with organically farmed grapes. For the top wines, the grapes are crushed by foot
Appellation(s): Piedmont. The Fratelli Allessandria winery, located in the heart of the Piemont region, was funded in the beginning of the 19th Century. The estate now stretches over 12 hectares over some of the best crus in Verduno and Monforte.
Appellation(s): Wachau. Peter Veyder-Malberg has acquired a significant reputation inside and outside Austria as both a viticultural and marketing advisor. In 2008, he acquired exposed terraces with mainly old vines and restored them to protect them from being cleared. Although
Appellation(s): Rust. Heidi Schrock produces some of the best Austrian sweet wines as well as some very good and interesting dry whites and reds. She took over her family winery in 1983, in the historic village of Rust situated near the
Appellation(s): Piedmont. Vocation, challenge and passion: these are three essential aspects for Cascina Fonda. Vocation for the territory and the wine-growing since 1963, year in which Secondino Barbero founded the company. The challenge was won thanks to his sons Massimo
Appellation(s): Toscana. Andrea Cortonesi, also delivers a beautiful, almost Burgundian, take on Brunello that gains weight and power with air under his Voliero label. Stunning wine, but very limited. Back to our Italian Wines Country: Italy Region: Toscana