Maps from Alessandro MasnaghettiSHOP VITICULTURAL MAPS
Prior to 2008, wine lovers could only dream of having maps to guide them through the complex web of vineyards in Barolo, Barbaresco and Tuscany. Such maps didn't exist. But thanks to the tireless work of Alessandro Masnaghetti, publisher of the respected Italian wine journal Enogea, we now have a series of breathtakingly detailed maps to guide and inform us. They are not only a breakthrough in Italian cartography, they are a god-send for lovers of Italian wine.
Alessandro's work has also expanded into Bordeaux which, incredibly, had never been fully mapped to reveal the actual location of each chateau's vineyards. His work here promises to revolutionize our understanding of the great Chateaux of Bordeaux in the same way that he has deepened our knowledge of the great vineyards of Barolo and Barbaresco.
Masnaghetti's Maps in the Press
In View from the Cellar, John Gilman calls Masnaghetti's "beautiful and timely" maps an "invaluable resource for any Piemonte lover with a thirst for knowledge of the region…"
The Huffington Post features Masnaghetti's maps on the cover of its Food section, a part of Gregory Dal Piaz's Snooth.com article, "Affordable Wine Gifts."