• by Daniele Cernilli 04/06/20

    Once upon a time 1964

    In certain ways, this can be seen as a watershed year, one that was both excellent and abundant and convinced many producers to bottle their wine. In short, it was the start of modern Italian winemaking. Reorganizing my bookshelves, something I’m sure many of you are doing these days, also to look through volumes that have not been opened for years, I came across one that, for me, was the “Holy Grail” of Italian books in wine in the 1970s. It was the fourth edition of the Bolaffi Catalogue of Italian Wine edited by Luigi Veronelli and published in 1976. For years this was my bible as a young wine lover, I think I almost memorized it, a guide for my first acquisitions as a financially...

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    by Daniele Cernilli 04/06/20

    In certain ways, this can be seen as a watershed year, one that was both excellent and abundant and...

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