Synopses & Reviews
* A comprehensive guide to the delicious world of Italian wine * Includes 20,000 wines from 2,350 producers * Rates each wine with the respected system of awarding one, two or three glasses The Fourteenth edition of Italian Wines, published by Gambero Rosso and Slow Food Editore, a translation of the twenty-third edition of the Italian version, is the world's most complete guide to quality Italian wines. Richer and more complete than ever, it assesses over 2,350 wine producers and their labels. Over 20,000 wines are reviewed, selected by a team of tasters under the direction of GR and SFE, including 203 three glasses; 53 of which cost under 15 Euros. Italian Wines 2011, besides evaluating wines according to the classic categories of one, two or three glasses, also includes a useful series of appendices about award-winning wines in the past and the best producers. The guide also pays special attention to wineries that are sensitive to the environment and to achieving naturalness in their products.