Editor-in-Chief. of DoctorWine, Daniele is a journalist who, after taking a Master’s Degree in Philosophy and teaching it along with history and literature, decided to make his love for great food and wine his profession. Daniele is a regular contributor to Italian newspapers, trade and consumer publications and has written a number of technical books on wine. His books include, among others, Memorie di un degustatore di vini (Memories of a Wine Taster - Einaudi 2006), and his latest book is Vitigni del Mondo (World Wine Grapes – La Conchiglia 2012), written in collaboration with Dario Cappelloni. In 1986, he co-founded Gambero Rosso magazine that began to annually publish an Italian Wine Guide. He later became the magazine's editor-in-chief as well as a television celebrity and general manager of Gambero Rosso's 24 hour-a-day TV channel. Daniele teaches professional courses at the Città del Gusto (Taste City) as well as wine tasting and sensory analysis for the Italian Sommeliers’ Association (AIS). He has won several prizes for his contribution to wine culture, and Decanter Magazine has included him among its “50 Most Influential People in the Wine World”.