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Italian appellations par excellence
One of Piedmont's most exclusive wines, prized for its exceptional longevity.
Brunello di Montalcino
Among the most well known and long-lived wines of Tuscany and one of the highest expressions of Sangiovese.
Amarone della Valpolicella
Veneto's finest wine produced using the Appassimento technique.
Chianti Classico
The oldest appellation in the world, resulting in an elegant, fruity wine.
Primitivo di Manduria
The area dedicated more than any other to the production of Primitivo, the most full-bodied and enveloping of southern wines.
Tuscany is home to the most prestigious Italian wines, such as Sassicaia, Ornellaia and Masseto.
South Tyrol
A unique territory that produces some of the most widely appreciated white wines from mountainous areas.
The area most dedicated to the production of Prosecco Superiore and recognised as a Unesco World Heritage Site.
One of the world's most popular Italian white wines comes from Lake Garda shores.

Italy, land of great wines

Italy is one of the most important wine producers in the world, with a history of wine production dating back millennia. Known for its production of fine wines such as Barolo and Brunello di Montalcino, Italy is a mecca for wine lovers all over the world.

The Italian regions are famous for producing high-quality wines, each with their own specialities and characteristics. Tuscany, for instance, is renowned for its intense and full-bodied red wines, such as Chianti and Vino Nobile di Montepulciano. Apulia, on the other hand, is best known for its fresh and aromatic white wines, such as Verdeca and Fiano.

Italian wine is famous worldwide for its uniqueness and for its extraordinary variety of tastes and aromas. With more than 2 million hectares of vineyards, Italy is the third largest wine producer in the world, after France and China.

Wine production in Italy is an ancient tradition, dating back to Roman times, and has evolved over the centuries. Today, Italian wine is appreciated worldwide for its quality and its ability to express the characteristics of the territory where it is produced.

Italy's main wine regions

Italy is divided into 20 regions, each of which has its own wine tradition and produces wines with unique characteristics. Here are some of the main Italian wine regions:

  • Tuscany: is famous for its red wines, such as Chianti and Brunello di Montalcino, but also produces quality white wines, such as Vernaccia di San Gimignano.
  • Piedmont: is known for its excellent Barbera and its famous red wine, Barolo.
  • Veneto: is famous for its Prosecco and its Amarone, a red wine with an intense and spicy character.
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