Horace Silver, when tradition goes over innovation

For the musical combination with Apicella wines, we chose the Horace Silver album “Song for My Father”. At a time when jazz musicians were obsessed with experimentation and innovative research, Silver breaks the mold by keeping the Hard Bop tradition of the moment. In the same way, Apicella rely on traditional viticulture, giving prestige to […]

Two families from the South meet in a wine

In two lands of the South, the Texas of Jazzmeia Horn and the Campania of Guido Lenza, two similar philosophies meet. The first is the one of a young jazz female player who continues in the tradition of the vocalist of the genre – renewing it with her gospel vein – and that of a producer […]

A summer day with a prince and a knight

Nobody could imagine that, one day, a prince and a knight would meet and walk through the vineyards of an Irpinia that offers colors, scents and flavors that excite. We managed to do that walk too, with the only difference that if the prince and the knight managed to get in close each other, we enjoyed […]

Bambinuto Cellars: “Shadows and Lights” on land products

In our paths of emotional tasting we arrived in Santa Paolina, Irpinia, in  a territory rich in Greco di Tufo and in the Azienda a Bambinuto we faced  this richness. It is here, precisely in this territory rich and full of a unique product not easy to appreciate and not immediate, we got involved and excited by the […]

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The evolution of a wine in the chords of George Benson

During a fascinating walk between vineyards that exuded the history of a people, we spent a day that told us the history and evolution of a wonderful product, a wine that in many years changed, adapted but never switched its name, just evolving its characteristics. And as we are accustomed to do here at Ritmodivino, […]