Wines & Spirits
At 31 and on the cusp of her tenth vintage, Sicily’s revolutionary winemaker Arianna Occhipinti has redefined the image of the modern vintner by returning to the island’s native roots.
Host your own tasting party and explore the wines of Tuscany and Piedmont. Gather your friends, print our tasting mats, and taste like the connoisseurs do.
Columnist Anthony Giglio traces his family ties to Campania’s wine region.
Innovative and resilient winemakers capture the essence of ancient grapes on the windwept, craggy island of Sardinia.
The aromatic, complex wines from Sicily’s Mt. Etna capture its volcanic terroir.
The real wines of Chianti are basket-free and delicious. Anthony Giglio discovers that they are not to be overlooked.
Abruzzo promises to be the breakout region of 2013.
With celebrations top of mind, Anthony Giglio toasts with metodo classico, the finest sparkler from Italy.
Anthony Giglio espouses the hard-earned merits of Amarone, which carries both a big personality and price tag.
The oft-overlooked Lagrein wine gets its day in the sun as we highlight five of our favorite bottles from Alto Adige.
Italy’s pink-hued rosato holds a special place in Anthony Giglio’s summer wine lineup.
The high-altitude wines made in Italy’s Valle d’Aosta region offer marked individuality, with bracing, steely whites from the region’s heights, and old-vine nebbiolos from the area’s lower slopes.
This far-flung section of Friuli-Venezia Giulia is home to three leading winemakers who are creating some of Italy’s best white wines. Their annual harvest reveals how they overcome the challenging terrain to make it.
In the high-altitude reaches of Trentino, Elisabetta Foradorieschews convention, elevating overlooked grapes and near-forgotten winemaking techniques to laudatory heights.
Six young, enthusiastic sommeliers share what's exciting them now.
The best Italian wines for the holiday table
Stock your pantry with these Italian ingredients and enjoy great flavors all of the time
Discovering Wines From Pantelleria
The vineyards in Italy that produce the country's preeminent Prosecco are going from DOC to DOCG status. And that one new letter makes all the difference.
25 stellar Italian wines all under $25
Of Barolo, Barbaresco, and Brunello, may be the least well known of these three highly regarded wines, but don't underestimate it
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