• by Daniele Cernilli 06/04/20

    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...

  • by Daniele Cernilli 30/03/20

    Suspended in time

    There are certain people who have played a key role in fostering my knowledge about the world of wine and I would...

  • by Redazione 30/03/20

    Dream wines by Veronelli told by Daniele Cernilli

    Filippo Polidori, very close to Veronelli in the last years of his life, interviews Daniele Cernilli on a...

  • by Daniele Cernilli 23/03/20

    Messages in a bottle

    During these days of forced seclusion, I’m sure many of us we have all opened a bottle from our personal...

  • by Daniele Cernilli 16/03/20

    Hard times

    Some people think that Vinitaly should be postponed to 2021, the situation is so uncertain that it is difficult to...

  • by Daniele Cernilli 09/03/20

    Old tales

    Are tales just old stories? Perhaps, but what is important is to not forget the recent history of Italian...

  • by Daniele Cernilli 02/03/20

    Wine in times of coronavirus

    The wine world is beginning to feel the effects of the coronavirus scare, especially in regard to markets in East...

  • by Daniele Cernilli 24/02/20

    Green enology

    Producing wine in a sustainable way, in every sense, is no longer postponable. A Green Economy exists and there...

  • by Riccardo Viscardi 17/02/20

    Prosecco unique and different at the same time

    There is a risk of confusion between Prosecco DOC and Superiore DOCG and producers are wondering which is the best...

  • by Daniele Cernilli 10/02/20

    The last Brunello from Dr. Franco

    Tasting the lastest Brunello di Montalcino Riserva from Tenuta Greppo, the last made by Franco Biondi Santi, one...

  • by Daniele Cernilli 03/02/20

    The battle of Chianti

    If the creation of the Gran Selezione denomination has created further confusion between the two types of Chianti,...

  • by Riccardo Viscardi 27/01/20

    Anorexic wines

    This fad, in favor of on lean or “anorexic” wines, is leading some of its followers to re-think (in an...

  • by Daniele Cernilli 20/01/20

    Contemporary wines

    Nothing is more difficult to pin down than “contemporaneity” but often we fall in love with words and...

  • by Daniele Cernilli 13/01/20

    After Brexit and other woes

    The new year has opened with a dramatic scenario: probable tariffs due to Brexit and possible tariffs from Trump...

  • by Daniele Cernilli 07/01/20

    Alto Adige/Südtirol

    This winemaking region is among the most interesting and expanding not only in Italy but also on a global level...

  • by Stefania Vinciguerra 23/12/19

    Let us toast together at Christmas

    May our best wishes for a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year reach all of you along with some suggestions on...

  • by Daniele Cernilli 16/12/19

    Achieving sustainable wine

    Eco-sustainability in wine production involves not only how the vineyards are cultivated but also aspects like...

  • by Daniele Cernilli 09/12/19

    The Misapprehension of Tavernello

    This “populist” wine is consumed by many and plays a specific role on the market. What is important is...

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  • Once upon a time 1964

    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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