Italian Editor Kerin O’Keefe reviews Italian wines for Wine Enthusiast since May 2013. Below you will find a recap of the reviews of the month with the score given by Kerin to each wine. You can find all the complete reviews in winemag.com
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Check out my latest reviews: (226 wines) Etna, Sicilia, Franciacorta, Trento, Chianti Classico, Valdobbiadene Prosecco and more
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Top 10 of the Month
Franchetti–Passopisciaro 2016 Contrada G Nerello Cappuccio (Terre Siciliane)
Sicily & Sardinia $79 Cellar Selection
Moser 2012 Brut Nature Chardonnay (Trento)
Northeastern Italy $45 Editors’ Choice
Dubl NV Esse Rosé Dosaggio Zero Metodo Classico Aglianico (Vino Spumante)
Italy Other N/A
Tenuta delle Terre Nere 2016 Guardiola (Etna)
Sicily & Sardinia $40 Editors’ Choice
Tenuta delle Terre Nere 2016 San Lorenzo (Etna)
Sicily & Sardinia $50
Wiegner 2014 Contrada Marchesa (Etna)
Sicily & Sardinia $35 Editors’ Choice
Dubl NV Esse Dosaggio Zero Metodo Classico Greco (Vino Spumante)
Italy Other N/A
Ferrari 2007 Giulio Ferrari Riserva del Fondatore Sparkling (Trento)
Northeastern Italy $130
Paltrinieri 2017 L’Eclisse (Lambrusco di Sorbara)
Central Italy $24 Editors’ Choice
Maso Martis 2014 Dosaggio Zero Riserva Sparkling (Trento)
Northeastern Italy $67
I’ve written a lot about Italian bubbles over the last few years, and with good reason: They just keep getting better and better. And the ones to watch right now hail from the high-altitude vineyards above the city of Trento, in a mountainous region of northeastern Italy.
Read the article: Trentodoc: Italy’s Mountain Sparkler
Italian wines have never been more exciting. Here are some of the best that I tried over the last 12 months.
One of the best aspects of my job is the number of fantastic, diverse wines that I get to try every year, and 2015 was no exception. Boasting more native grapes than any other country in the world as well as international varieties, grown in both lauded and emerging wine growing areas, Italian wines have never been more exciting. Here are some of the best that I tried over the last 12 months.
Read the article: My favorite wines of 2015