The “Migliori Vini d’Italia” guide – the Best Italian Wines guide –

by Massimo Claudio Comparini, Michele Longo, Marco Contini, Nello D’Angelo and Angelo Sabbadin, has aimed at introducing an overview of the excellence of Italian wines since its first launch. It suggests both great references and wines from emerging companies, enjoyable not necessarily by paying a lot.

Attestato_MV2015_papale-oro-2011The 2015 “Migliori Vini d’Italia” guide is based on a selection from 10,000 Italian wines blind tasted by experts, who award 90 points or more to the best wines of the year, coming from the North, the Middle, and the South of Italy, including the Isles. As already adopted by the main international publications, also for the 2015 guide “Migliori Vini d’Italia” the point system is out of hundred. In particular, wines awarded between 95 and 100 points are considered to have the highest quality and wines awarded between 90 and 94 points are considered to be excellent wines with an outstanding quality.

The Salentine winery Varvaglione Vigne & Vini is honoured to be part of this prestigious selection with its wine “Papale Linea Oro-Primitivo di Manduria DOP 2011”. Only five references have been selected, to represent the Apulian region in the macro section related to wines from the South and Isles of Italy. Among them, the “Papale Linea Oro-Primitivo di Manduria DOP 2011” by Varvaglione Vigne & Vini – one of the top wines of this company – has been awarded 93/100 points. It is the highest score totally awarded by each of the Apulian wineries selected.

The 2015 “Migliori Vini d’Italia” guide is available online, only. You can find it on the following link Ebook Migliori Vini d’Italia and on the ebook stores. Furthermore, in the next weeks a new app is going to enable users to access the ebook and to use new tools aimed at helping consumers choose the best wines in the most efficient and rapid way.