The guide was conceived to spotlight producers who make wine that respects tradition, the land and the body.
Unlike other guides, they visit every winery they review, and their ratings take environmental responsibility and the Slow Food philosophy into account.
Italian restaurateur Gianfranco Sorrentino has spent more than 30 years in some of the world’s most prestigious restaurants. He will be hosting a seminar on wine selection as part of the Slow Wine U.S. Tour in NYC.
Restaurateur, TV personality and Italian wine expert Vic Rallo loves Italian cuisine. So it’s no surprise that he’s teaching a seminar on wine selection at this year’s Slow Wine U.S. Tour on February 3.
Hungry? Our events calendar has loads of Edible events around the city, like this special screening of King Corn at the American Museum of Natural History. Here’s what’s happening this week.
Calling all wine and food enthusiasts! Slow Food and Slow Food NYC present the first-ever English publication of the Slow Wine guide at a…
Joe Bastianich has a new memoir, Restaurant Man, due in Spring, a multitude of thriving restaurants across New York, Los Angeles and Las Vegas, a hand in the market called Eataly, a few NewYork marathons and Ironman competitions under his svelte belt, and a winery, to name a few of his myriad projects. Despite his fast-paced schedule, we caught up with him recently to talk about the new SlowWineGuide hitting our shores this January–don’t miss the launch party and first stop on the national tour this January 30!–his penchant for Slow Food-approved winemaking (these days that’s called low-intervention) and why you should drink a bottle of wine a day. Slowly, of course.
For two decades the international movement to preserve taste called Slow Food has produced a guide to Italian wine in conjunction with Gambero Rosso– an Italian Zagat that puts out food and wine guides and produces massive wine tastings around the world. Now, to encourage a new era of sustainabile wine sipping , Slow Food has rolled out a wine classification system and bringing it to America for the first time, along with a sampling of Italian Slow Wine-designated producers that will visit New York on January 30. (Get your tickets here.)