A journey through the wine labels of our country, to discover the small and great excellences of italian wineries.
Ours is a country that has always been linked to wine since ancient Rome. Understand the italian wine field is not always easy, even for enthusiasts. DiVino is a column, written by Laura Di Cosimo, who wants to accompany the enthusiast among labels and different realities. Sometimes diametrically opposed. So here you could find the Passito di Pantelleria Ben Ryè next to the Vernaccia di San Gimignano, and again Terlodego that adorns the Dolomites arm in arm with that Greco di Tufo that talk about Irpinia around the world.
Red Wines of Piedmont, Super Tuscan, Sicilian dessert wines and much more. The map of Italy could be rewritten and re-read – and in part it already is, if we consider the weight of wine tourism – based on the wealth of its wine heritage.
White, red, rosé: choose your favorite or let yourself be intrigued.
The story of Lorenza Scianna, an oenologist who fell in love with wine under the Trapani sunsets and now leads the Fondo Antico winery.