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Ornellaia & Masseto: 1995-2010 From Magnum

Verticals & Retrospectives, Italy: Tuscany

Antonio Galloni, Jan 2017

David Bouley’s Test Kitchen was the setting for this remarkable retrospective featuring Ornellaia and Masseto across eight iconic vintages. All of the wines were served from magnum for what turned out to be a truly unforgettable evening.

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Miani’s Friulano Filip and Buri: 1991-2014

Italy: North, Verticals & Retrospectives, featured

Ian D'Agata, Jan 2017

No other estate in Italy boasts a line-up of white wines as strong as Enzo Pontoni’s at Miani. His Friulano is the country’s greatest example of this wine. Magnificently deep, multilayered and unctuous, it offers a textbook example of Pontoni’s talent as well as a glimpse of the heights this variety can reach.

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Donnafugata's Mille e Una Notte: 1995-2011

Verticals & Retrospectives, Italy: Center & South, featured

Ian D'Agata, Dec 2016

Donnafugata’s Mille e Una Notte is one of Italy’s most complex and refined red wines, admirably showcasing the high quality Nero d’Avola can attain. My recent vertical tasting of every vintage released to date revealed many riveting bottles, still with years of life ahead of them.

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Vinous Acquires Delectable & Banquet Apps

FAQ, Verticals & Retrospectives

Vinous, Dec 2016

Vinous CEO and Founder Antonio Galloni announced today the acquisition of the wine apps Delectable and Banquet. Known as the “Instagram of wine,” Delectable has been downloaded over a million times and has over 120,000 monthly loyal, unique users.

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Elena Fucci Aglianico del Vulture Titolo: 2000-2014

Verticals & Retrospectives, Italy: Center & South, featured

Ian D'Agata, Dec 2016

Elena Fucci’s Aglianico del Vulture Titolo, one of Italy’s greatest red wines, showcases the potential of both a grape variety, Aglianico, and a viticultural area, the Vulture in the region of Basilicata, that deserves to be better known.

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Bartolo Mascarello Retrospective: 1958-2010

featured, Italy: Piedmont, Verticals & Retrospectives

Antonio Galloni, Nov 2016

This retrospective tasting of 18 vintages of Bartolo Mascarello Barolos provided a great opportunity to revisit a number of historic vintages and also check in on some of the recent releases that have helped catapult this small, family-run estate into Piedmont’s upper echelon.

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Benito Ferrara Greco di Tufo Vigna Cicogna: 2008-2015

Italy: Center & South, Verticals & Retrospectives, featured

Ian D'Agata, Nov 2016

Benito Ferrara is one of Italy’s best white wine producers. Ferrara’s most famous wine, the Greco di Tufo Vigna Cicogna, is an Italian icon and perhaps the most elegant Greco di Tufo made in Italy today.

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Norman Hardie Chardonnay Vertical: 2006-2014

Rest of the World, Verticals & Retrospectives, featured

Ian D'Agata, Nov 2016

Norman Hardie is considered to be one of Canada's best winemakers. His Chardonnays and Pinot Noirs are sought after by bon vivants and collectors alike. This unique vertical tasting reviews all of Hardie's various Chardonnay bottlings from Niagara and Prince Edward County.

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Weinbach Riesling Schlossberg Cuvée Ste. Catherine: 1990-2011

France: Alsace, Verticals & Retrospectives, featured

Ian D'Agata, Nov 2016

Domaine Weinbach is arguably one of the world’s greatest wine estates. Over the years, the Faller family has produced myriad fantastic wines that are sought by wine lovers and collectors everywhere. That consistent track record has shed light on Alsace’s many delicious, age-worthy and memorable white wines. Quality is so high across the board at Weinbach that it is hard to choose a single “best” wine as the subject of a vertical tasting.

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Vinous Event: Soldera Vertical in London

Italy: Tuscany, Verticals & Retrospectives, featured

Antonio Galloni, Oct 2016

Gianfranco Soldera remains one of Italy’s most iconic producers. Our recent vertical tasting in London provided an extraordinary opportunity to check in on a number of Soldera Brunellos back to 1981. In particular, I was struck by how well wines from the less renowned vintages showed.