Prosecco DOCG: Tradition Demands

As a Unesco World Heritage Site, the Prosecco Conegliano Valdobbiadene DOCG has achieved a status that fills the region with pride, but also brings obligations for the producers. Benjamin Sauri Montalt, Clemens Gerke report.

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New CEO at Frescobaldi

Fabrizio Dosi steps up and succeeds Giovanni Geddes da Filicaja.

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Veneto Introduces a New Tier: Custoza Riserva

The Venetian region continues to thrive and introduces its new Riserva category. Following the success of the Superiore, the new designation aims to sit atop the quality pyramid.

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From Tradition to Innovation: Vinitaly 2024 Highlights Italy's Wine Diversity

The mood at Vinitaly this year matched the warm spring weather of Verona, with the fair buzzing with ideas and visitors. The general programme included discussions about the threats from the health lobby and the opportunities for alcohol-free wines. A report from Meininger’s.

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New Leadership at Angelini Wines & Estates

Following Andrea Lonardi's transition, Angelini Wines & Estates announces the appointment of a new CEO.

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Italy’s Export Results Are Not as Bad as Feared

Like other wine exporters, Italy is trending down — but it’s doing better than its key competitors. Veronika Crecelius reports.

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Non-Alcoholic Wine: On Hold

Veronika Crecelius talks to Elisabetta Romeo-Vareille from the Unione Italiana Vini (UIV) about the state of dealcoholisation in Italy.

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Vinitaly in Figures

In the duel between ProWein and Wine Paris, Vinitaly has sometimes been overlooked recently. However, the Italian trade fair has no need to shy away from comparison, even with international visitors.

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Vinitaly 2024: Home Turf in Verona

Vinitaly is the world's largest fair for the Italian wine industry. Veronika Crecelius reports on what's new in 2024.

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