Brunello Masters – Poggio di Sotto and Giulio Gambelli

I have visited Poggio di Sotto and tasted their wines a few times now, after spending my last two years in Montalcino, but it is with a great emotion that I am writing about them here today. I am not going to tell you how long the maceration lasts, how many months the Brunello staysContinue reading “Brunello Masters – Poggio di Sotto and Giulio Gambelli”

Paper Plane sailing to – Elba and Giglio Island

My dear Paper Plane friends, today we are going to discover an amazing part of Tuscany, the Elba and Giglio Island. I have to say I have been to Elba now 3/4 times and in my opinion the best way to enjoy its beautiful coast is with a boat. Why am I saying that? FirstContinue reading “Paper Plane sailing to – Elba and Giglio Island”

Orange is the new white – the ultimate guide to my orange wines discovers

I always receive questions like: What is exactly an orange wine? It is made with white or red grapes? Are orange wines all natural wines? Personally, I have a strong passion for this kind of wines and so, I have decided to share with you a small guide, with what I think are the mostContinue reading “Orange is the new white – the ultimate guide to my orange wines discovers”

Paper Plane visiting Merano – Alois Lageder Winery

The Merano Wine Festival is one of the most important food and wine fairs in Itlay, certainly one of the most awaited festivals not only by all operators of Food and Beverage but also by enthusiast. The fair is held in Merano, of course, a city lso famous for its thermal waters, in the northernContinue reading “Paper Plane visiting Merano – Alois Lageder Winery”