brunello di montalcino

  1. Kalyna Monnoyer of Casa Raia on authentic Brunello

    Kalyna Monnoyer of Casa Raia on authentic Brunello

    Monty Waldin talks to Kalyna Monnoyer of Casa Raia about making organic, low intervention Brunello di Montalcino.
  2. Brunello's Rising Star: Federico Bartolomei of Podere Canapaccia

    Brunello's Rising Star: Federico Bartolomei of Podere Canapaccia

    Montalcino's smallest winery is also making some of its best wines. With vineyards adjacent to some of Tuscany most famous names, Podere Canapaccia is quietly making outstanding Brunello.
  3. Lamberto Frescobaldi Talks Tuscan Wine

    Lamberto Frescobaldi Talks Tuscan Wine

    "It's often, wine producers, they love what they do, because they taste only what they do. They don't open themselves. They don't open their heart." Lamberto Frescobaldi in conversation with Monty Waldin
  4. Finding Magic in Montalcino With La Mannella

    Finding Magic in Montalcino With La Mannella

    "For 20 years, the family made wine for themselves and to sell to neighbors and other wineries. The first bottling of the La Mannella wine wasn’t until the 1990 vintage." Lisa Denning on La Mannella in Montalcino
  5. Organic Brunello Pioneer Francesco Leanza

    Organic Brunello Pioneer Francesco Leanza

    "We must focus on hundreds of different Brunellos, from hundreds of difference vineyards, from hundreds of different cru and terroirs. We must produce different wines from this unique place." Francesco Leanza in conversation with Monty Waldin
  6. Emilia Nardi Talks Brunello

    Emilia Nardi Talks Brunello

    "Nature has given us a lot, because there is a mosaic of soils. It makes this place so unique compared to other places in the world." Emilia Nardi of Tenute Silvio Nardi in conversation with Monty Waldin
  7. Fabian Schwarz of La Magia

    Fabian Schwarz of La Magia

    Monty Waldin talks to Fabian Schwarz about organic winemaking, the growth of Brunello di Montalcino as a brand and the unique terroir of La Magia.
  8. Ricardo Campinoti of Le Ragnaie in Montalcino

    Ricardo Campinoti of Le Ragnaie in Montalcino

    "Our lowest vineyard is 180 meters and our highest vineyard is 621 meters. The difference is dramatic." - Ricardo Campinoti
  9. Guiseppe Sesti and the Reinvigoration of Brunello

    Guiseppe Sesti and the Reinvigoration of Brunello

    Giuseppe Sesti talks to Monty Waldin about how Brunello came out stronger following a very public wine scandal.
  10. Interview: Andrea Machetti, Mastrojanni

    Interview: Andrea Machetti, Mastrojanni

    Interview with Andrea Machetti Managing Director of Mastrojanni in Montalcino, Italy
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