Grandi vini d’Italia - 2013

Federico Graziani, Marco Pozzali
Grandi Vini d’Italia
New edition
Gribaudo 2013

The Guide is the result of six years of blind tastings by the authors and contains:

  • The stories of producers who work in a natural manner
  • The lands, the yields per hectare, the grapes, the vines and the vinifications
  • Suggestions for the best food-wine pairings
  • The number of bottles produced by the winery and the price
  • How to buy the wines directly from the producer
  • The list of the main and most well-stocked Italian wine shops

Atlante geologico dei vini d’Italia - 2015

Federico Graziani, with Attilio Scienza
Atlante geologico dei vini d’Italia
Giunti 2015

It is only through the history of its formation that the story of a landscape can be told: the geological horizons are the traces, the tracks (semèia) which are fundamental for reconstructing the phases of its origin, the initial act that is the foundation of its organisation, the imprinting it has received and which has gradually conditioned subsequent developments.
To recover this relationship, whose contours are often indefinite and unfathomable, it is however necessary to return to nature, to respect its laws, without the arrogance of man - demiurge.
Respecting the land means asking the earth what it can give us, and this attitude translates the work into "an alliance with the land".
Attilio Scienza

Storie di vino e cucina - 2015

Federico Graziani, Marco Pozzali
Storie di vino e Cucina
Mondadori Electa 2015

Twenty meetings with twenty Italian producers, all told at the table, where wine and food become an inseparable union.
A sort of travel journal among the great Italian wines to understand the past, the present and the future, but also to grasp all the nuances and learn how to best taste them by pairing them with different dishes.

BeautifulCurvy - January 2013

Laura Brivio dedicates an article to the label designed by Moroni for the Profumo di Vulcano bottle.

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Pietre Colorate - 2009

Pietre Colorate, 2009
edited by Federico Graziani and Marco Pozzali,
photographs by Francesco Orini
Viafavola 2009

Grandi Vini di Piccole Cantine - 2012

Federico Graziani, Marco Pozzali
Grandi Vini di Piccole Cantine
New edition
Gribaudo 2012

An updated and independent guide to learn about the current panorama of small, quality, Italian productions: a focus on more than 400 wines, divided by region and accompanied by complete information on the best vintages, the wineries' contact information and the price range. Each wine is presented separately: in addition to providing tips for appreciating its peculiarities and pairing suggestions, the stories, ideas, people and territories that make each bottle unique and unrepeatable are explored. A travel journal through Italy in search of hidden excellences, the producers who courageously adventure down new paths, the truest and most profound wine culture.

Vini d’Autore - 2008

Federico Graziani, Marco Pozzali
Vini d’Autore
Food Editore

"... I found the authors' previous book, Great Wines from Small Wineries, quite sincere, without any commercial propaganda; I liked the way they wrote of wine and it seemed familiar. I thought that for modern times, this was the best way to recount wine: through those who make it. Beyond the label and the market, a wine is like a son or daughter. Wine is a magical and changeable reality, the result of an alchemy between the earth and the sky and the hand of man..."

Gianni Mura

Grandi Vini di Piccole Cantine - 2007


Federico Graziani, Marco Pozzali
Grandi Vini di Piccole Cantine
Food 2007

An engaging journey to discover the best labels of our country.
A selection of 100 great wines from Val d'Aosta to Pantelleria, from Liguria to Campania.
A unique book that recounts stories, territories and great products, perfect for connoisseurs and simple enthusiasts.