roero arneis

Bricat Bric delle Ginestre Roero Arneis, a great wine from Piedmont!

For this first musical combination of the new Ritmodivino column “Vini per Corrispondenza”, we went to Serralunga d’Alba, in the heart of the Langhe. And we tasted this very interesting Roero Arneis DOCG Bric delle Ginestre Roero Arneis We are in Piedmont, in the small town of Serralunga d’Alba, six hundred souls in the heart […]


Apicella, genuinity and tradition!

Accompanied by a wonderful sun, Ritmodivino is visiting the magnificent town of Tramonti, staying in one of the historic cellars of the Amalfi Coast. We find ourselves, in fact, from Giuseppe and Prisco Apicella, where the wines have the taste of the time gone. Among the areas of Campania we had not yet been in […]


The Wine Fever at Viticoltori Lenza’s

Our constant search for emotions of wine led us to the discovery of a young, exuberant, winery from Salerno: Viticoltori Lenza Between vineyards and thoroughbreds We are today in Pontecagnano, an industrial city between the Gulf of Salerno and the Picentini Mountains, inside an ancient farm once dedicated to the breeding of racehorses. A place […]


How Italians drink: the numbers from Cortilia online market

A survey of  Cortilia online market, which connects consumers and farmers, reveals the relationship between Italians and wine. One in two Italians usually drink it, even if not every day. One in three uncorks a bottle once in a while, while only one in five follows the supply chain. Luckily, the focus is always on […]


The 11th International Wine Culture Forum at LUISS University

The 11th International Wine Culture Forum opened today in Rome. The venue of the event is the Free International University and Social Studies Guido Carli (LUISS). Whose president, Emma Marcegaglia, says something … The 11th International Wine Culture Forum opened today in Rome. The event hosted the event was the Free International University and Social […]


Chapitalization: when European Rules are not harmonized

The question of adding sugars to wine is the last, big issue on which European standards are not harmonized. Countries like France, Germany, Austria and Hungary allow it. Italy, Greece, Spain and Portugal, on the other hand, strictly forbid it. Someone, however, has just asked the government to intervene. The birth of the Conte government […]

robot sommelier

The robot sommelier is born in Biella

The student of the technological school Gae Aulenti in one of the capital of Piedmont created the robot sommelier in laboratory. Thanks to its AI, it will be able to do the chemical and organoleptic analysis of the wine. The humans will we be replaced? The robot sommelier was born in Biella, by the students […]


Ciervo Winery

Ciervo, a family of wine Today our wine emotions stop in Dugenta (BN), in the Ciervo winery. We are in Sannio region to tell you the story of a family that, thanks to love, work, passion, from simple producers of bulk wine, gave life to products of great quality! Among these, it stands out the […]

The Ritmo diVino Tours: Salvatore Martusciello Wines

This time Ritmo diVino went to a big friend of our website, in Quarto, Naples, to visit Salvatore Martusciello and his wines. Last Friday, we at Ritmodivino went at the winery of Salvatore Martusciello. If Salvatore wasn’t Salvatore, we’re sure he’d be bored with us already. Because of the weather, and the Burian that has […]