La Morandina

Castiglione Tinella, Cuneo, Piedmont, Italy

A favourite of famous TV presenter Michael Palin, La Morandina winery, its name deriving from the hill upon which it is situated, has belonged to Giulio Morando’s family for 8 generations – that’s around 300 years! At Morandina, Giulio exclusively produces white wines, including the sweet, sparkling Muscato, which is refreshing an ... View More

Marisa Cuomo

Furore, Campania, Italy

Established in 1980, Marisa Cuomo winery is located in Furore on the romantic and breath-taking Amalfi Coast. The winery is owned by Andrea Ferraioli and Marisa Cuomo (who work in collaboration with oenologist Luigi Moio) the former of whom descends from a line of local winemakers and established Marisa Cuomo (named lovingly after his wife) to put ... View More

Tenuta delle Terre Nere

Randazzo (CT), Sicily, Italy

With 15 hectares of vineyards (some of which are approximately 40-50 years old!), The Terre Nere estate is home to many different varieties of grape, including the Calderara Cru, the Feudo di Mezzo Cru and the Guardiola Cru, the latter of which boast the title of being grown in the highest-altitude red-grape vineyards in Europe! But this elevation ... View More

Derbusco Cives

Erbusco (BS), Lombardy, Italy

The Erbusco area in Lombardy is for Franciacorta wine what Epernay is for Champagne, as the commune is famed for being home to the very best vineyards to produce the renowned DOCG Italian sparkling wine. One of the most prominent of these vineyards is indefinitely Derbusco Cives – which translates as “citizens of Erbusco” – ... View More

Tili vini

Assisi, Umbria, Italy

When you think of Assisi your first thought might be a certain St. Francis. But the town isn’t just famous for its religious history and peaceful atmosphere, it also has a centuries-old tradition of vineyards and olive trees. One of the wineries located in this tranquil area is Tili Vini, which was originally founded in 1200 when the family&r ... View More


Montalcino (SI), Tuscany, Italy

Argiano is one of the oldest wineries in Montalcino. From the time of Ancient Rome to the present day, the Argiano estate has made the history of the territory of Montalcino, becoming one of its most prestigious and traditional elements, a valuable ambassador for its wines in the world and proud to have contributed to the birth of the Brunello ... View More


Valiano di Montepulciano (Siena), Tuscany, Italy

You’ve heard of organic farming, but have you heard about biodynamic viticulture? If not, then why not head to Avignonesi to learn about this, philosophical form of farming that reflects the ideas of philosopher Rudolph Steiner and his belief that everything in nature is interconnected by resonance or vibe. Located just over the natural bor ... View More

Borgo Casa al Vento

Gaiole in Chianti (Siena), Tuscany, Italy

Based in the renowned Chianti region of Tuscany, Borgo Casa Al Vento is among the few wineries that have taken on the challenge of observing organic production methods, believing that it allows them to maintain the purity and identity of their ingredients and give their oil and wine a unique quality and character. Part of this naturalistic approach ... View More

Ca' Del Bosco

Erbusco (Brescia), Lombardy, Italy

Located in the famed Franciacorta area of Lombardy, Ca' del Bosco winery is a key player in the production of Italian sparkling wine, and is a winery that has become synonymous with high quality and excellence. But despite this current high status, Ca’ del Bosco came from humble beginnings. In the mid-60s, Annamaria Clementi bought a ... View More

Cantine D'Ambra

Forio d'Ischia (Naples), Campania, Italy

In 1863, Don Ciccio D'Ambra began to trade Ischian wine with the nearby city of Naples. The wine he traded was of such a high standard, that it garnered Don Ciccio a substantial fortune, and allowed him to start his own company in an old villa called Villa Garavini. Don Ciccio passed on his passion for Ischian island whines to his three sons, M ... View More