Here are all the special awards of "wines of Italy" 2011 by Gambero Rosso, now online on the site by Gambero Rosso. The so-called "special awards" (that will be awarded in Rome on 17 October) are annually assigned by the editorial group to wines, people and companies who, very often, designing the future of Wine Country. The winery of the year is the abruzzese Valentini (Loreto Aprutino, Pescara); the best red, Brunello di Montalcino Riserva 2004 by Franco Biondi Santi. Among whites, Alto Adige Valle Isarco stands out the Sylvaner R 2009 by Köfererhof. The sweet wine 2011 is, Instead, the Emilia Romagna Albana Passito Riserva AR 2006 the Fattoria Zerbina. Emerging Winery is located in Puglia and Polvanera, based in Gioia del Colle (Bari). The winemaker is a corporate engineer, decidedly away from spotlight, but the masterful ability: Ruben Larentis who works in the cellars Ferrari di Trento. For the "bubbles" triumphs Franciacorta Brut Century Novo 2005 the company Marchesine. The grower of the year is the volcanically Walter Massa, Architect of rediscovery and the success of Timorasso. The award for sustainable viticulture goes, Instead, to Sandi Skerk, the patron Duino Aurisina Moroso (Trieste). Finally, the wine with the best quality/price ratio the Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Classico Superiore Pievalta 2009, produced by the company based in Maiolati Snacks (Ancona). Among the winning regions in the Piedmont, with 81 wines, followed by Tuscany, with 69, from Veneto, with 35, Friuli with 31, South Tyrol with 27. Follow in Lombardy 21, Campania a 19, the brands at 17, Sicily at 15 and Abruzzo 13.