find a variety of wines in Italy. Did you heard of Chianti or Barolo? Sure, but
there's much more hidden treasures. Italian wines are more accurately described
region by region. Every region is further divided into provinces which takes the
name of a principal city or town.
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Piemonte, Veneto, Lombardia, Friuli,
Trentino, Aosta, Liguria
The flatlands of the Po Valley are surrounded by the Alps and the Appennimes constituting
Italy's coolest wine-growing region. When weather conditions are good, wines of
great complexity are produced.
Toscana, Marche, Umbria, Lazio.
Central Italy is a hilly region with a moderate climate. Wines with distinct regional
characteristics are made because a distinctive microclimates. The most widely
planted grape is Sangiovese, which come in a variety of styles, ranging from
light and simple to dark and intense. Click
Abruzzi, Basilicata, Campania, Puglia,
Calabria, Sardegna, Sicilia.
Southern Italy experiences warm climates that are conductive to full, ripe and
rich wines. Winemakers are learning to "tame" and balance their big
wines which are for the most part, intense and rustic. The typical grape is
Zinfandel, called Primitivo in Italy. Click Here!