This year 43 Nebbiolos (58%) earned our highest honors, a good number considering that 2014 was a tough year for Barolo. All the best wines from Piedmont, according to Vini d'Italia guide.
The magic hills of Chianti Classico, Montalcino, Bolgheri and Maremma are an irresistible magnet for those who believe themselves capable of making great wine. Here is a list of the best wines from Tuscany.
A number of Valpolicellas earned Tre Bicchieri in this edition, and we’re pleased to observe how the style of their Superiore is finding a more authentic identity. All the best wines from Veneto, according to our Vini d'Italia guide.
If you're looking for a great Italian white wine, then you should think about Friuli Venezia Giulia. Here are the top ones selected by our Vini d'Italia guide.
The region’s most important district, Irpinia, was represented by 10 Tre Bicchieri. Benevento also delivered and continues to enjoy increased market success. The best labels from Campania? Here is our list.
This year our tastings turned up some interesting considerations about Marche's wine scene. The reds, for example, are showing a nice mobility brought about by fresher aromas and less concentration. Here are the region's best labels according to us.
On the hills of Bologna the Pignoletto phenomenon is overshadowing the area’s other traditional wines. Meanwhile, in Romagna, they’re working in a number of subzones. Here is what you need to know about the region's wine scene.
Montefalco remains the region’s star appellation but it's not the only one. Here are the best wines from Umbria, Italy's greenest heart.
Ferrari brought the Winery of the Year award to Trentino for the impressive quality of its entire selection. But there are many other great producers in the region: here are the top ones according to us.
Asia: the first 3 legs of the tour. The Gambero Rosso tour in Asia is in full swing, but we can already draw a first preview of the first three stages: Tokyo, Seoul and Taipei. Three great successes.