Awards Gold 2013 Brunello Leccio By the Consortium for wine bars restaurants and taverns that have the most extensive wine list and representative of Brunello and other wines of Montalcino. Jury President of the Consortium: Fabrizio Bindocci Executive Committee: Donatella Cinelli Colombini, Marco Cortonesi, Giancarlo Pacenti Experts Allan Bay, in the food and wine journalist who works with BBC Faith Willinger enogastronoma and the author of books about food for the U.S. market; Antonello Maietta President of the Italian Sommeliers (AIS) Alfredo Tesio president of the Group of Taste of the Foreign Press Association in Italy. Restaurants L'Osteria Mozza in Los Angeles (www.osteriamozza.com / LA / home.cfm), which is part of Mozza Restaurant Group and has a local all over the world, was created by Nancy Silverton, Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich, quest 'last already awarded the Holm in 2000 for the tavern Santa in New York. At the heart of the chic and elegant restaurant losangelino is the bar "Mozzarella", in which a wide range of products such as fresh mozzarella, burrata and stracciatella are prepared and served each day. Wine The Enoteca Cortina (www.enotecacortina.com) was born in Cortina d'Ampezzo in 1965 and is managed by Rita and Jerome (Gerry) Gaspari. Offers a careful selection of the best Italian and foreign wines and has become over time a must for visitors to the resort Tavern L'Osteria Brunello (www.osteriabrunello.it) is located in the heart of nightlife in Milan, in the pedestrian area of ??Corso Garibaldi. The dishes offer the best of traditional Tuscan cuisine, footprint typically Sienese, with some flat Lombard as a "guest of honor". The wine list is extensive and provides an overview of national, with particular attention to the great Tuscan reds and brunelli. Tile celebrating the Brunello 2012 by Cruciani Tile this year was made by the Italian fashion brand Cruciani which belongs to the textile Caprai. "Cruciani and Brunello di Montalcino are linked by love for the territory, tradition and culture, combined with the savoir-faire entirely Italian - said Luca Caprai, owner of the mark Cruciani. This is the hallmark of our products and the success that distinguishes them worldwide. Made in Italy is, in fact, quality, research, excellence and desire to produce the best that can be done and Brunello di Montalcino and Cruciani are just that. "