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Sunday, December 01, 2019 Penny & Ed Cherubino https://www.bostonzest.com/ Today We Celebrate December and 100 Years of Nino Franco with a Bottle of Nino Franco Rustico We are starting December 2019 with a longtime favorite sparkling wine, Nino Franco Rustico. We have been enjoying, recommending, and writing about this wine for more than […]
di Luciano Ferraro 26 novembre 2019 https://cucina.corriere.it/ L’Irpinia, le Cinque Terre e la Lunigiana, la Valtellina, la Maremma, Manduria e il suo Primitivo. E poi Gattinara, il paese che fece innamorare Mario Soldati. Wine Spectator, la storica rivista americana, riscrive la geografia del vino italiano: non più solo le capitali, a partire dalle Langhe di Barolo e Barbaresco e dalla Montalcino del Brunello. Avanzano cantine in […]
By Robert Camuto winespectator.com – Nov 5, 2019 Vintage Prosecco with a Maestro Can the oft-maligned Italian bubbly age? Nino Franco winery celebrates 100 years with a tasting that traced the evolution of the family and of Prosecco itself Primo Franco walks his Col del Vent vineyard near the town of Valdobbiadene. (Robert Camuto) […]
The Greatest Prosecco CH’NG Poh Tiong – October 11, 2019 The Franco Family moves to a motivation that is hard to define. But easy to admire. Primo & Annalisa and their daughter Silvia cast their vision and minds constantly over the Valdobbiadene hills. Their heart strings are rooted here. Even before they were […]
Lauren Mowery ForbesLife – Aug 28, 2019 If you have Champagne dreams on a beer budget, say buongiorno to Prosecco. Chances are you’re already wise to the delights of the sparkling Italian wine, but perhaps not the breadth of quality and styles. Prosecco, at its heart, is a fresh and fruity wine that earns its […]