Tag: Italy

Graci: energy, emotion and Mount Etna

Alberto Graci of Graci and Davy Żyw, our Italy Buyer, discuss the latest vintage, volcanic terroir and the mysteries of Etna.  Where children born into winemaking families are concerned, there is always a question of destiny. Many leave the coop to pursue different lines of work – many return. One such person is Alberto Graci, […]

On loving Barolo

We caught up with Chris Pollington, self-confessed Italophile and Account Manager here at Berry Bros. & Rudd, on his love for Barolo. Where did it all start for you? Family visits to Italy as a child sparked my interest in that delightful country – its food, its people, its culture and, ultimately, its wine. My […]

Making sense of Piedmont wine

Piedmont’s wines are favoured by foodies, and perfect alongside autumnal flavours. Barbara Drew MW talks us through the famous Italian wine region’s incredible depth and breadth Piedmont is one of my favourite Italian wine regions, with its rolling hills, autumn fogs and hearty cuisine. As with every region of this diverse country, the breadth of […]

A taste of Tuscany: stuffed courgettes

This week’s taste of elsewhere comes courtesy of food writer Ed Smith, the author of On the Side, The Borough Market Cookbook and Rocket & Squash. Cook up his simple stuffed courgettes to transport yourself to the rolling hills of Tuscany You can find Tuscan sausages in all Italian delis and many places beyond them […]