No other Italian wine guide has had the cultural and commercial impact over the years as the Gambero Rosso. Its “Tre bicchieri” have been, and certainly are, the most coveted award for every winery, to be proudly displayed in Italy and abroad.
Guida Oro I Vini di Veronelli
Heir of the historical catalogs published by Luigi Veronelli since the 1950s, the Guida Oro I Vini di Veronelli has as its protagonists the best Italian wine producers and their “enological masterpieces.” Over 16,000 wines are reviewed and evaluated on a scale of 100, the international standard.
A huge success that is being confirmed year after year with information about the world of Italian wine with attention to sustainability unique in the panorama of wine guides.
Stars range from 0 to 3 as a global evaluation of the winery, not related to the wines of the guide, but to the brand and to its emblematic status in its territory. In contrast to other popular Italian guides, which cover a large number of wines and wineries, Doctor Wine focuses on “the best and most interesting” with ratings of 95/100 and up.
The historical guide Bibenda has been a point of reference for 20 years in Italian wine and catering. Wines are evaluated in grappoli (bunches) with a maximum of five, which corresponds to a range 91 to 100 as an evaluation of excellence.
The guide of Emilia Romagna in which are reviewed more than 1000 labels procuced from the best wineries of the region.
Vitae – Associazione Italiana Sommelier
With a proud past, the Vitae guide has become a reference point for Italian wine, linked to the world of production. The four grapevines are awarded to wines scoring higher than 90 points with excellent stylistic and sensory profiles.
The guide of the Espresso group chooses and reviews rigorously the best in the panorama of Italian wineries and wines.
The Wine Sider (Best Italian Wine Awards)
The ranking, created in 2012 from an idea of Luca Gardini and Andrea Grignaffini, over the years has given international visibility to excellent wines of Italy. The 50 Italian labels included in the ranking are selected by an international technical committee made up of critics and experts who work alongside Gardini and Grignaffini in blind tastings of over 350 wines.
Robert M. Parker, Jr.’s - The Wine Advocate
The Wine Advocate is a bimonthly magazine founded in 1978 by Robert Parker, the writer who revolutionized with his scores the history of wine criticism, soon becoming the most influential nose in the world of wine, capable with a 100/100 of decreeing the global success of a label.
Jancis Robinson (British origin) is a unique personality in the wine scene, journalist and Master of Wine of the wine trade, among the most famous and acclaimed in the world of wine communication.
Decanter World Wine Awards
International wine competition established and managed by the British magazine Decanter Wine. Founded in 2004 by the famous British wine critic Stephen Spurrier, it is internationally recognized for the reliability of their rigorous tasting and selection process.
Founded by Bob Morrisey in 1976, Wine Spectator is historically the leading international magazine that reviews every year over 15 thousand wines with tasting strictly blind. A real reference point for those who want to have a prestigious opinin.
Falstaff is one of the most important and renowned magazines specializing in food and wine reviews for the German-speaking market (Austria, Germany, Switzerland).
Founded in 1988 by Adam Strum, the magazine is managed by the New York office and has a distribution of over 500,000 readers.
China Wine & Spirits Awards
CWSA is the largest wine competition held in China. The wines are tasted by 100 blindfolded judges, who can find the best wines and spirits for the Chinese market.