The below sources are wine critics, wine guides, publications, websites, blogs, and social media that write about our wines, winery, philosophy, events, and people.
AIS — Italian Sommelier Association, founded in 1965, and publisher of a yearly wine guide called Vitae.
Armit Wines is one of the UK’s leading contemporary wine merchants and has been Querciabella’s importer since 2012.
Between the Wines is the blog of journalist and wine expert Ruma Singh, based in Bangalore, India.
Bibenda is a prestigious magazine and wine guide coordinated by the Italian Sommelier Foundation, targeting wine professionals and people in the hospitality sector.
Compassion in World Farming is an animal welfare charity founded in 1967. They are committed to tackling the global issues that affect people, animals, and the planet, caused by intensive farming. Philip Lymbery, head of CWF, is the author of Farmageddon.
Decanter is a renowned monthly wine magazine offering industry insights and wine recommendations. It is the oldest consumer wine publication in the UK and a go-to source for wine lovers around the globe.
DiWine Taste is a monthly bilingual e-magazine for wine enthusiasts, founded and produced by Antonello Biancalana.
DoctorWine is the online magazine founded and led by Italian wine critic Daniele Cernilli, who is also the mind behind the Ultimate Guide to Italian Wines.
The Drinks Business is a monthly B2B magazine and website discussing the latest news and trends in the drinks industry.
Duemilavini was formerly published by Bibenda Editore. In 2013, it was renamed the Bibenda Wine Guide.
The Florentine is a digital magazine about all things Tuscan addressing the English-speaking community in Florence, Italy.
Falstaff is an Austrian wine and lifestyle magazine founded in 1980. It is the bible of wines to the German-speaking world.
Gambero Rosso is an Italian food and wine magazine, publishing group and TV channel founded in 1986 by Stefano Bonilli. Its Wines of Italy guide was first launched in 1987 and edited by Daniele Cernilli and Carlo Petrini – founder of the Slow Food movement.
Gilbert & Gaillard is a multimedia group publishing a wine guide in nine languages as well as a wine-themed magazine distributed in France and worldwide.
Harpers Wine & Spirit is a British magazine offering the latest news, trends, and insights in the drinks sector.
Luigi Veronelli was an Italian intellectual and wine critic and unanimously considered the greatest ambassador of the country’s enological and gastronomic heritage. I Vini di Veronelli is a collection of Italy’s most iconic wines.
James Suckling is one of the world’s most influential wine critics, as well as CEO and Editor of JameSuckling.com – an online platform offering tasting notes, videos, and reports about the great wines of the world.
British wine critic, journalist, founder of JancisRobinson.com and columnist for the Financial Times, Jancis Robinson is one of the most influential authorities in the industry and was described by Decanter as “the most respected wine critic and journalist in the world”.
Boston-based Ken Hoggins is the founder of KensWineGuide.com, one of the most comprehensive wine buying guides available online.
L’Espresso provides current news, analysis, and opinion about Italian issues, world affairs, and culture. The prestigious L’Espresso Wine Guide is an Italian reference for discerning wine connoisseurs.
Livekindley is a news platform focusing on information about plant-based lifestyle, vegan food and environmentalism.
The Los Angeles Times is a daily newspaper published since 1881 and is the fourth-largest circulating newspapers in the United States.
Luca Maroni, author of Annuario dei migliori vini italiani, is an Italian wine critic, educator and consultant.
Monica Larner is a prolific wine journalist and former Editor of Wine Enthusiast. Larner is currently a wine reviewer for the world-famous Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate publication.
Organic Authority is a digital magazine covering the latest trends and news in organic and sustainable food, nutrition, and wellness.
Panorama is an Italian weekly magazine founded in Milan in 1939 and covering current affairs, politics and lifestyle.
Paul Caputo of PaulCaputo.wine is a UK-based wine writer and merchant with a passion for stories of winemakers from around the world.
The Wine Advocate is a bi-monthly wine publication established in 1978 by US wine critic Robert M. Parker – arguably one of the most influential wine critics in the world.
Slow Food is a well-respected organization that promotes local and authentic food and traditional cooking. In 2010, Slow Food International began its independent Slow Wine project with the release of a wine guide.
Stephen Tanzer, formerly of Steve Tanzer’s IWC (International Wine Cellar), is now affiliated with Vinous.
Vegetarian Times is an American magazine aimed at readers interested in a healthy and eco-friendly lifestyle.
Vinous is a magazine founded by renowned wine critic Antonio Galloni, offering daily in depth coverage of new releases, videos, winemaker profiles, and restaurant reviews.
WineAlign is an online service offering wine reviews and articles by Canada’s most acclaimed wine journalists.
Founded in 1982, Wine & Spirits is a magazine for consumers and wine professionals alike. It won the James Beard Award five times for excellence in wine writing.
Founded in 1988, Wine Enthusiast Magazine brings consumers information, reviews and tasting reports on the world of wine and spirits.
Winereviewonline.com is a web magazine curated by a team of wine journalists, offering insights and reviews of wines from all over the world.
Wine Spectator is a lifestyle magazine that focuses on wine culture, offering reports, reviews, and insights on wine scores, prices, and tasting notes.
The World of Fine Wine is an award-winning print and online magazine speaking to an international readership of wine connoisseurs. It was named Louis Roederer International Wine Publication of the Year three years running.