At Fattoria Sardi Matteo Giustiniani is making some of Italy's best rosé. After years of experimentation, his extended skin contact, biodynamic wine has become a benchmark for quality rosé. Monty Waldin talks to Giustiniani about his wine journey.
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- May 31, 2017Tags: wine , tuscany , 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
- April 14, 2017Tags: wine , vino nobile di montepulciano , tuscany"We are strictly connected with our tradition, which is a good thing. Although sometimes it's not that good because it doesn't allow us to open our minds." Miriam Caporali of Tenuta Valdipiatta talks to Monty Waldin.
- February 27, 2017Tags: winery , winemakers , wineChianti Rufina wines express a unique elegance. Monty Waldin talks to Chianti Rufina's star winemaker Federico Giuntini about how biodynamics helps him get the most out of the unique Chianti Rufina terroir.
- November 20, 2016Monty Waldin talks to Federica Mascheroni Stianti about Castello di Volpaia, the elegance of high altitude Chianti Classico and their strong commitment to organic viticulture.
- October 19, 2016Tags: wine , tuscany , monty waldin"When I started, Chianti was a wine that was impossible to sell." Giuseppe Mazzocolin of Fattoria di Fèlsina talks to Monty Waldin.
- October 05, 2016Tags: winemakers , wine , tuscanyWinemaker Saverio Petrilli has been a pioneer in the region promoting biodynamic and organic practices. He talks to Monty Waldin about the rich culture of Lucca, why biodynamics makes for better wine and the joys of illegal pig farming.
- September 27, 2016Tags: wine , tuscany , monty waldinMonty Waldin talks to Fabian Schwarz about organic winemaking, the growth of Brunello di Montalcino as a brand and the unique terroir of La Magia.
- September 06, 2016Tags: winemakers , wine , tuscanyElisabetta Fagiuoli has a spirituality about her that is present in her wines. She talks to Monty Waldin about her foundation, her unique estate with its 350 million year old Triassic soils and why wine is important.
- June 23, 2016Tags: wine , tuscany , ricardo campinoti"Our lowest vineyard is 180 meters and our highest vineyard is 621 meters. The difference is dramatic." - Ricardo Campinoti