The best guide-books of Italian wines review not only the typicality, the complexity and the balance of our wines but...
|Vini d'Italia 2011 - Gambero Rosso|
"...Historical wine estate from Ormelle, Treviso..."
|Duemilavini 2011 - Il libro guida ai vini d'Italia|
"...convincing and well-designed the product range, which confirms the quality observed in the previous years..."
|Vini d'Italia 2010 - Gambero Rosso|
Gambero Rosso 2010 guide: "Over the last year the production of Cescon’s has been revised, while remaining the Tralcetto historical line...
From Duemilavini 2010 Guide: a family oenology devoted the Cescon’s, from 1957. As the initial intentions of Cescon’s ancestors, leaves one’s mark the magnificent Rabià – Raboso Reserve – Cru Line - thousand miles away from any attempt to flatten the taste…
|Vini buoni d'Italia 2009 - Touring Club|
This guide is aimed to the broad public which looks at the native Italian grapes. They pubblish just a selection of wineries from every Italian regions: the wines are selected based mainly on 4 criteria: quality. expression of the variety, drinkability and bottling.
|Vini d'Italia - Gambero rosso 2009|
The Gambero rosso guide, established in 1988, is one of the most influential reference for the wine sector, both in Italy and abroad, infact is edited also in German (Italienische weine) and in English (Italian wines).
|Annuario dei migliori vini italiani 2009 - Luca Maroni|
An annual which describes the best italian wines, the ones that for their sensory characteristics have really impressed Luca Maroni during the tasting.
|Duemilavini Ais 2009|
Ten edition for the prestigious guide of Associazione Italiana Sommelier, managed by Mr. Franco Maria Ricci, editor of Bibenda magazine: one of the most read wine guides of Italy.
|Vini di Veronelli 2009|
More than 17.000 wines from 3.000 wine producers of Italy and Canton Ticino were entered for the edition 2009 of "I vini di Veronelli": a renewed success for an historical Italian wine guide (21 edition)
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