Marchese Lodovico Antinori is from Florentine wine nobility and his family has been in the wine trade since the 14th century.
Elena Brooks has been a winemaker in McLaren Vale for a decade and is now making wine for her own winery, Dandelion Vineyards. Zar is her husband and typist who, on occasion, is allowed a taste, only of course, if he is a good boy.
Daniele Cernilli is a Chief Editor for Gambero Rosso Slow Food Edition and the author of many successful wine-related books, including The New Italy.
Riccardo Ricci Curbastro is President of Federdoc and owner of his self-titled estate in Franciacorta.
Susan Elliott is co-owner and creative director of Giant Dog Publishing based in Sydney, Australia.
Roberto Felluga, along with Alessandra Felluga, directs the family firm, Marco Felluga, and continues the great family tradition in the world of wine with both commitment and passion.
Ferruccio Ferragamo is the CEO of the company that bears his family name. He is also the owner of the medieval hamlet in the hills of Tuscany, Il Borro – which he describes as the most beautiful place in
Tiziana Frescobaldi directs the family firm Marchesi de’ Frescobaldi. The family has cultivated vines and produced wine for six centuries and today produces over 10 million bottles annually.
Giulio Parentini is in charge of exports at Morisfarms – the Tuscan property where he and his father Adolfo concentrate on producing high-quality syrah.