Above: The hills of Valdobbiadene where Prosecco is produced. According to the results of a consumer survey published by the popular wine trade magazine Drinks Business this week, Italy is
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With Tom Stevenson — the world’s greatest expert on sparkling wine — as the chair of its judges panel (see note below), The Sparkling Wine and Champagne World Championships is
Earlier this week, Wine Spectator senior editor Alison Napjus reached out to Villa Sandi owner Giancarlo Moretti Polegato (above) for his reaction to the news that the hills of Prosecco
Above: A photograph taken in the hills of Prosecco di Conegliano e Valdobbiadene during the 2018 harvest (via the Villa Sandi Facebook). In a tweet posted early Sunday morning (EST),
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If you’ve ever visited Venice, you already know that the Venetians love to drink Prosecco. (And if you’re headed there this summer, you’ll soon find out!) A lot of our
Above: Fiori di Zucca at Zucca in Miami. Can you think of a better pairing for Villa Sandi Prosecco Vigna La Rivetta? “Zucca brings not only these luscious squash blossoms,”
Above: Villa Sandi founder and owner Giancarlo Moretti Polegato poses in front of the gates of the Borgo Conventi winery in Friuli — the Moretti Polegato family’s newest property and project.
Above: Housemade pastas at Olive & June, one of the top Italian restaurants in Austin where the food scene has been booming in recent years. Since its opening in 2012,
Every year at Vinitaly, the Italian wine world’s annual trade fair in Verona, Villa Sandi organizes helicopter tours of Valdobbiadene and Cartizze via the estate’s dedicated helicopter. Select guests (mostly