Author: Antonella Amodio

https://www.doctorwine.it/ - 31 Articoli - 0 Comments
Collaboratrice "speciale" della Guida Essenziale ai Vini d'Italia, dove si occupa della Campania e in parte del resto del Sud. Giornalista e sommelier. Appassionata di cucina e vino. Ha lavorato per oltre quindici anni in ambito vinicolo e ha collaborato a diverse edizioni delle guide Bibenda e Gambero Rosso. Attualmente scrive per DoctorWine e per altre testate anche con rubriche personali.
Exploring wineriesTastings

Whites from black grapes: 5 wines between Campania and Basilicata

Antonella Amodio
As unusual as it may seem, making a white wine from red grapes is neither strange nor difficult: just separate the must from the skins (where the coloring substances reside). We propose 5 labels from the South, between Campania and...
TastingsTerritories and wines

Roccamonfina: wines from Campania’s other volcano

Antonella Amodio
A volcano older than Vesuvius, inhabited by biodiversity and suitable for agriculture, where viticulture is at home and offers results to watch out for. The volcano of Roccamonfina is located in the province of Caserta, 40 km from Mount Vesuvius...
TastingsTerritories and wines

Pompeii: the city buried in time and resurrected in wine

Antonella Amodio
Three producers from Campania paid tribute to Pompeii with important and different projects-Mastroberardino, Di Meo and Bosco de' Medici. Projects that revive the city buried by the eruption of Vesuvius. Pompeii, famous for its well-preserved ruins, has left an indelible...
TastingsTerritories and wines

Sea view vineyards: a treasure to be discovered

Antonella Amodio
The coasts of Campania, as well as its islands, are dotted with vineyards, even steep ones, that look out to the sea and represent an invaluable wine heritage. Campania, located along the Tyrrhenian coast, boasts vineyards that stretch along the...
TastingsTerritories and wines

Eight native grape varieties from Calabria

Antonella Amodio
Calabria is a land rich in native grape varieties. We offer eight wines, including whites and reds, each from a different grape. Pecorello, Greco Bianco, Zibibbo di Pizzo, Mantonico, Greco Nero, Magliocco Dolce, Magliocco Canino and Gaglioppo are part of...
GourmetWhere to eat

L’Accanto Restaurant, a jewel of Mediterranean cuisine

Antonella Amodio
Located inside the Grand Hotel Angiolieri on the Sorrento Coast, L'Accanto restaurant offers refined dishes that play with fish from the Tyrrhenian Sea and vegetables grown on the terraces of the steep land overlooking the sea, thanks to the skill...

This site uses technical cookies to operate and improve user experience and does not use profiling cookies. By continuing to browse or accepting this policy, you consent to the use of technical cookies.

Click here to read our Cookie Policy