In his twenties, ‘Beppe’ Caviola began vinifying grapes in his parents’ garage; today he is one of the most respected enologi of his native Piedmont, and a passionate advocate of minimum intervention.
Riccardo Cotarella quite literally transcends the borders of traditional winemaking, and for the first time creates a blend celebrating three of his favourite regions in central Italy: Lazio, Umbria, and Tuscany – a true Rhapsody in Red.
Lorenzo Landi believes the origins of any good wine have to be recognisable in its taste and nose, and this wine made with the grape of Cannonau, a close sibling of Grenache, is a perfect example.
Having travelled extensively around the wine countries of Europe (and beyond) to study vines and soil, Gianni Menotti returned to his home of Friuli to make this very special white wine.
Umberto Trombelli sees his role of enologo as that of an ‘expert servant’ to the vineyards and their vines and soil – using his experience to allow them to express themselves to the fullest.
A lifetime of studying and love for the Sangiovese, viticulture’s ‘Prince of Tuscany’, is what made Paolo Vagaggini recognised around the world as the authority on this noble grape.