Wine Cellar has unearthed a parcel of vintage Italian wines, including a fine, mature Barbaresco and two everyday Tuscans at current vintage prices. The cantina of Prunotto began producing wine in Alba, Piedmont in 1904. Owned today by the Antinori…

Antinori’s 2013 Tignanello may be a major sign that the world of fine wine is changing. As one of the world’s most famous wines, it now checks in at 13.5% alcohol and focuses on elegance and balance rather than…

This week on Wine-Searcher.com, author Ian D’Agata explores Italy’s weird and wonderful indigenous grape varieties. He also highlights the country’s often unhelpful labelling laws and explains why choosing the right…