Founded in Florence in 1944, in Via Sant’Antonino 47 red – in the San Lorenzo district, close to the Central Market – Enoteca Zanobini has always been synonymous with Tuscany’s wine tradition. To these days, the cousins Simone and Mario Zanobini are proud holder of the “vinattieri” title (ancient italian for “wine producers”), a category that refers to the Guild of Arts and Crafts, which was created in Florence between […]
The modern aperitivo tradition, originated in the north of Italy at the end of the eighteenth century, it is now widespread in all major Italian cities (and in many other parts of the world!). Long ago, even here in Florence, bars and bistro started arranging various menus, in order to offer their customers the typical pre-dinner drink (from a simple glass of wine to stronger drinks such as Negroni), accompanied by more or less generous snacks. […]
Whoever is in town and loves good wine, should stop at least once at Bacco Nudo, a small store selling wine, olive oil and local products, located in the Santa’Ambrogio district, in Via dei Macci 59 (red). Founded in 2005 thanks to Roberto Ermini (who still runs the place), the shop was among the first businesses to start the sale of bulk wine in Florence.
Let me introduce myself: my name is Brunello, and this is no coincidence.
I love wine more than anything else, and I know its every little secret.
I do not mean to brag, but I am able to distinguish one Chianti from another also when I am blindfolded!
I am a regular guest at wine fairs, and when I need to fall asleep, instead of counting sheep, I recite Wine Spectator’s ratings.
When I […]