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    Luca Gardini is known as the Wine Killer thanks to the success garnered by his international project, GardiniNotes.com, developed exclusively in English and home to his ratings for wines from every part of the world.

    An expert communicator of wine and influential Italian palate at the international level, Gardini is the first Italian critic to become part of Wine-Searcher, the largest database and enological search engine in the world, in good company with some of the most important international professionals of the sector, from noted periodicals. Among these are Robert Parker, Tim Atkin, Jancis Robinson, and James Suckling.

    Gardini pens a weekly column entitled Gazza Golosa for the Gazzetta dello Sport, which publishes his Top 50 every year, and together with Luciano Ferraro oversees the guide Vignaioli e Vini d’Italia published by the Corriere della Sera.

    His projects in the world of wine are numerous. Gardini is the creator of the BIWA-Best Italian Wine Awards, which each year celebrates the 50 best wines of Italy chosen by an international jury of the highest caliber, comprised of Kenichi Ohashi, Amaya Cervera, Tim Atkin, Christy Canterbury, Daniele Cernilli, Antonio Paolini, Pier Bergonzi, and Marco Tonelli.

    Together with Pier Bergonzi, vice-director of the Gazzetta dello Sport, he created PopWine, a ranking of the 50 best Italian labels under 15 Euro. In 2014, he founded his Enoscuola, where every day impassioned students are taught how to taste wine following the rules of the Codice Gardini, a manual for wine lovers published in 2015.

    Gardini participates as an expert opinion-leader in numerous wine festivals in Italy and abroad, such as VinitalyEin PrositBarolo/BrunelloMerano Wine FestivalVin ExpoProWeinExpoVinis, and the Hong Kong International Wine & Spirits Fair. As well, in 2016, the Union des Grands Crus de Bordeaux chose him as the Italian spokesperson for promoting their “Week-end des Grands Cru.”

     

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Luca Gardini, Wine Writer (Italy)  had a tasting of  31 Wines  from  27 Producers 

Giodo Brunello di Montalcino DOCG 2016 / 100 points / A wine project of great substance behind a bottle of extraordinary intensity that benefits from a light maceration on the skins. Alcohol-infused marasca cherries and fresh bay leaf on the nose. The mouth is crunchy, dense with salty tannins. A balsamic note reappearing on the finish. 

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Luca Gardini, Wine Writer (Italy)  had a tasting of  13 Wines  from  6 Producers 

Barolo DOCG Rocche di Castiglione 2017 / From one of the most important cru in Castiglione Falletto, a superb interpretation made by Vietti. From vines aged nearly 50 years, one month of maceration on the skins, followed by thirty months in large casks. Fragrances of small black fruits, blackberry and blueberry, mentholated touches, black pepper. The mouth is taut, dense with tasty tannins. Mentholated trace in the aftertaste. 100 points

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