TUTTOFOOD: from restaurant to the clouds


TUTTOFOOD: trends of FOOD (by Ipsos)

Over 800 subjects aged between 18 and 65 representing the Italian population by gender, age, education and geographical area are evaluated by Ipsos for TUTTOFOOD.
The rediscovery of origins is indicated by 58% over innovation, although millennial prefer the latter (62%).

More outdoor than online

It is Still increasing the desire of restaurants, especially among in the Northwest, graduates and workers. Today, 40% of TUTTOFOOD interviewed spend lunch or dinner out in a restauant at least once a week (30% in 2015).
street food e online delivery are playing the role of main competitors of restaurants: 57% se the twos a replacement of restaurants.

TUTTOFOOD, #Chardonnay
Maison Anselmet. Chardonnay in purezza con passaggio in barrique.

The online seems to be ready to a significant growth: 73% of sample estimates that this year online food’s purchase will be comparable to sales in quality conventional shops. And 23% believes food daily purchasing will be significant on-line in the coming 2-3 years. Top hits in the ranking of purchasing will be referred to products difficult to find or easy to receive
Communication will keep strategic role of divulgating, mainly in products reviews (44%) or to driving to producers website to catch deailed pieces of information (42%).
2017 vs 2016 show a growth in the role of Reps and Distis.

Beloved guest, we cook fish for you, we drink a good glass of wine toghether

As an average, Italians spend 90 minutes in cooking, mainly focussed on dinners for guests at home. Preferred Primo piatto is Pasta with sea food 39%. Main course is still fish 48%, it is preferred versus meat 43%.

During these  events, white wines chosen to astonish friends are Pinot (31%) and Chardonnay (30%, ladies first choice). Desserts (tiramisu is as high as (38%) of preferrences), are with sparkling, sparkling, sparkling: Prosecco in NorthEst and among baby boomer, Metodo Classico for millennial (see Maison Anselmet Perlabruna to taste a 42 months on lees), Sweet Spumante is choosen by ladies.

Bibenda 2017 – The Awards


Saturday, November 19 in Rome the award ceremony Bibenda 2017, as announced Maison Anselmet saw assigned 5 grappoli to Le Prisonnier.

Bibenda 2017 – 5 grappoli assigned to Le Prisonnier.

This extreme wine has achieved over the years a quality that could be associated exclusively to larger labels. The different vintages as well as weather conditions are never the same, the temperature ranges, that vary from year to year, determine a wine showing different sensations in the nose and in the mouth, but it has never shown any downgrading of level.

A feature of the great wine tradition.
The blend of Petit Rouge, Cornalin, Fumin and Mayolet, associated with the aging in French barriques of different roasting and use, make round and uniform the different vintages.

Torrette Superieur 2014: W.S. 91/100


Wine Spectator, opinion leader in the North American market in wines, awarded to the Vallée d’Aoste Torrette Superieur 2014 from Maison Anselmet a high score (91 over 100), an acknowledgment almost unexpected for the Maison considering the fact this is a base wine.


The WineSpectator tasting has a precise and well-established procedure, it is a blind taste, done without knowing the producer, the bottle is bought and evaluated by the editors, full proof and transparency to protect consumers who rely on the judgment of experts as judges.

For us any wine – said Giorgio Anselmet – from the simplest up to the award-winning Semel as Pater and Chardonnay élève en fût de chêne, deserves the same care and attention both in the winery and in the vineyard. Our company has a reputation for high quality, earned through years of hard work, and we work hard every day to keep it; surely the judgment of Wine Spectator makes me doubly happy just because to win it was a wine for us considered basic and no least why it keeps highest the value of my land.

As a matter of fact, the Cellar in Villeneuve tends to send in tasting for publication on the guides the wines of top range. At this very moment the 2017 results are now coming out: GamberoRosso awarded “Tre Bicchieri” to Chardonnay élève en fût de chêne, SlowFood says Petite Arvine is a “GrandeVino”, Bibenda has awarded Le Prisoner with the “5 Grappoli” flag; receive from Wine Spectator such a high score for a base wine is a source of great pride.

Torrette Superieur 2014 riceve da Wine Spectator un punteggio di 91/100 e si posiziona tra i vini top in Italia.



Torrette Superieur meets the American taste, is a native wine, governed by disciplinary DOC / PDO. It is a blend of Petit Rouge, Cornalin, Fumin and Mayolet. It is produced and widely distributed in Aosta Valley.
The year 2014, in particular, is characterized by balanced notes of cherry and strawberry, with a good balance between acidity and sugar, this wine leaves a little shadow of tannic favored by aging in French oak barrels. According to Wine Spectator, these are the characteristics which have earned this wine a score so high.


Wine Spectator, opinion leader in the North American market in wines, awarded to the Vallée d’Aoste Torrette Superieur 2014 from Maison Anselmet a high score (91 over 100), an acknowledgment almost unexpected for the Maison considering the fact this is a base wine.

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