From Manduria to western world's wines, here are all the latest food and wine news.

The discreet charm of Manduria

A fire grill placed in the middle of an eggplant field. We pick up a nice ripe and fat one, carve nice thick slices from it, lay them on the fire. Then we season with good olive oil and garlic. And a bottle of Primitivo di Manduria to keep us company. We are in Masseria Palombara, in Puglia, an organic bio-resort…

From Europe to North America. What’s happening in the western world’s viticulture

If online sales are booming in Canada and buying alcohol ha become easier in the United States, the United Kingdom is worried about the combined Brexit + Covid-19 effect. Small Portuguese companies are shaking, while Germany is dealing with lack of seasonal work force…

10 wines with great value for money

In our Vini d’Italia guide we have a special section dedicated to the Tre Bicchieri owning the best value for money, i.e. wines whose cellar price never exceeds 10 euros, and in some cases even well below this threshold, costing the end customer an extremely accessible figure considering the quality expressed in the glass…

Japan’s hidden gems

Outside of the metropolitan area of Tokyo, Japan is another universe in terms of gastronomy, as well as for its profound culture. We went to the Northern prefectures of Aomori, Akita and Yamagata to learn more about some of the country’s most authentic culinary roots…

Moreno Cedroni: inventing memory

Born in 1964, Moreno was one of the first Italian chefs struck on the path of creative Spain. But his creativity developed independently and personally. «It all started with the debut of Susci (my “sushi” reform)…