Wine Regions / Italy

Angelo Gaja

Angelo Gaja

Angelo Gaja revolutionized winemaking in the Piedmont and sparked innovation throughout Italy. In this candid interview, Gaja shares his rich personal history and winemaking philosophy with Ben Giliberti.  More »

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Wine Regions: Italy7:29
Jorge Ordonez

Jorge Ordonez

When nobody cared about Spanish wines, he was there. Now, Jorge Ordonez shares his hopes for the future of Spanish wines with Paul Grieco -- his enthusiasm is contagious.  More »

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Wine Regions: Italy6:37
Davide Rosso

Davide Rosso

With an eye towards tradition but both feet planted firmly in the present, Giovanni Rosso is a Barolo to be reckoned with. Davide Rosso tastes one of his family's majestic Barolos with Paul Grieco of New York City's Hearth Restaurant.   More »

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Wine Regions: Italy17:33
Amarone Anyone?

Amarone Anyone?

Amarone is a highly extracted, concentrated wine, but it's an acquired taste for many wine lovers. Somewhat misunderstood, this red wine from Italy intrigues WineTasteTV's Ben Narasin. Join Ben as he tastes the Campo dei Gigli Amarone at the Gambero Rosso Italian wine event in San Francisco.   More »

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Wine Regions: Italy1:32
Francesco Mazzei, Fonterutoli

Francesco Mazzei, Fonterutoli

He's got 600 years of family wine history, including one ancestor who turned Thomas Jefferson into an oenophile -- learn about wines past and present as Mari Stull spends an afternoon with Francesco Mazzei, tasting some of Marchesi Mazzei's great Chianti.  More »

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Wine Regions: Italy2:07
Piero Incisa Della Rochetta

Piero Incisa Della Rochetta

Sassicaia has received some of the world's most prestigious wine awards for decades. Now, Sassicaia producer Piero Incisa Della Rocchetta talks with Paul Grieco about his family's history of great winemaking, and their exciting new offering.  More »

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Wine Regions: Italy6:23
San Patrignano

San Patrignano

San Patrignano is an incredible winery, but it's also an unique community outreach program in Rimini, Italy. In a touching interview, Frederico Reniero describes the winery's humanitarian efforts to rehabilitate addicts -- and create great wines.  More »

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Wine Regions: Italy4:39
Franco Massolino

Franco Massolino

Since 1896, Franco Massolino's family has been producing some of the most powerful and expressive wines of the Piedmont. Now he shares his winemaking philosophy, and two of his latest offerings, with WineTasteTV.   More »

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Wine Regions: Italy7:29
Sassicaia and Le Difese

Sassicaia and Le Difese

The Sassicaia cabernet sauvignon blend from the Bolgheri has been wowing wine lovers since 1968. Now Ben Giliberti tastes the 2004 Sassicaia alongside its newest sibling: Le Difese, an everyday drinking wine from the same property and same winemaking team - for a fraction of the cost.  More »

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Wine Regions: Italy3:49
Castello di Ama

Castello di Ama

Lorenza Sebasti talks with Paul Grieco about Castello di Ama, her family's beginnings in the wine business, and the incredible changes in the Chianti region over the past thirty years.   More »

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Wine Regions: Italy5:07
Roberto Anselmi

Roberto Anselmi

Regarded as one of Italy's top white wine producers, Roberto Anselmi of Anselmi Wines shows Mari Stull how very different two wines -- both created of the same grape, region, and by the same winemaker -- can be.  More »

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Wine Regions: Italy1:37