Posts by Jeremy Parzen

Bric Paradiso: “a great Nebbiolo at a reasonable price” according to Joe Bastianich and David Lynch, authors of Vino Italiano

When it was first published in 2002, the renaissance of Italian wine in the U.S. was just beginning to take shape. Vino Italiano: The Regional Wines of Italy by Joe Bastianich and David Lynch (Clarkson Potter) was a watershed moment for the Italian wine trade. At the time it was the most comprehensive guide to… Continue reading

Flavio Costa’s 21.9 at Tenuta Carretta: The thoughtful attention to detail that goes into a Michelin star

So much has been going on at Tenuta Carretta this fall. An excellent harvest that holds a promise of great results for both the reds and whites from Tenuta Carretta. A new and innovative Vine Trekking program that allows guests to tour the estate’s vineyards on foot. And this fall, the good news just kept… Continue reading