Abruzzo DOC appellation covers the entire hilly area of the coastal and foothills of the Abruzzo region. The vineyards of choice of this DOC are Montepulciano for red wine, present for at least 80%, and Trebbiano for white wine, present for at least 51% and assisted with other non-aromatic white grape varieties. Varietal wines, entirely produced from indigenous varieties, such as Cococciola, Montonico, Passerina and Pecorino, can include the name of the grape in the appellation. The production of straw and sparkling wines is also permitted under the appellation.

Aceto Balsamico Tradizionale di Modena

Aceto Balsamico di Modena

Aceto Balsamico di Modena is a balsamic vinegar with a Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) produced in the provinces of Modena and Reggio Emilia. Obtainable from various recipes, it must be made with musts from the lambrusco, sangiovese, trebbiano, albana, ancellotta, fortana and montuni grapes, at least 20%, partially cooked and/or concentrated. It can also contain up to a maximum of 2% caramel in order to stabilize its color. Ageing takes place in fine wood containers, generally oak, juniper, mulberry, chestnut, for at least 60 days. For an Aceto Balsamico di Modena whose ageing lasts for at least 3 years, the wording "Aged" is allowed.

Aconcagua Region

Aglianico del Taburno

Aglianico del Vulture

Aglianico del Vulture DOC is an appellation that extends over many territories of many municipalities in the province of Potenza. It is an area located on the slopes of the ancient extinct volcano of Vulture. It is an area of ancient traditions in the field of viticulture, characterized by soils rich in minerals, deriving from the decay of volcanic rocks, and by a cool climate. In these conditions, Aglianico del Vulture has found the ideal habitat to express itself on the highest levels of excellence, with wines of great structure, power and elegance, also intended for long ageing.




Alpes de Haute-Provence

Alpi Retiche



The Alsace AOC appellation was established in 1962. The region is located on the border with Germany, near the city of Colmar. It covers a narrow strip that runs from north to south, divided into two areas: Bas-Rhin and Haut-Rhin. Alsace AOC wines have the particularity of having the name of the grape on the label. There are 7 grapes authorized to produce pure wines: muscat, sylvaner, pinot blanc, pinot gris, pinot noir, riesling and gewurztraminer. It is also possible to make assemblies with the same grapes that take the name of Edelzwicker and Gentil. 90% of the wines produced in Alsace are white and are distinguished by great finesse, freshness and minerality.

Alta Langa

Alta Langa DOCG represents one of the best excellence of the Italian Metodo Classico sparkling wine. It is a rather small area, with a limited production of bottles, but with great traditions of the highest quality. The vineyards are grown in the hilly areas of strong wine-growing vocation located in the provinces of Cuneo, Asti and Alessandria at an altitude between 200 and 600 meters above sea level. The cool climate, the noticeable temperature fluctuations and the soils made of calcareous-clayey marl are perfect for producing excellent sparkling bases. The specification defines the ampelographic base for white sparkling wine (also Riserva), rosé sparkling wine (also Riserva) in a minimum of pinot noir and/or chardonnay of 90%. Other non-aromatic grapes can compete, authorized in the Piedmont region for a maximum of 10%. The bottles must stand on the lees for a minimum period of 30 months and 36 for the Riserva version.

Alta Valle della Greve

Alto Adige

Alto Adige DOC is a Regional Denomination, which includes six sub-areas: Colli di Bolzano, Meranese, Santa Maddalena, Terlano, Valle Isarco and Valle Venosta, each with typical characteristics from the point of view of the composition of the land, the altitude and of exposures. Among the grapes that can be mentioned in the Alto Adige DOC label we mention among the whites: chardonnay, pinot bianco, pinot grigio, sauvignon blanc, gewürztraminer, müller thurgau, riesling, italic riesling, kerner, sylvaner, yellow muscat and malvasia. Among the red grape varieties: cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc, cabernet, pinot noir, schiava (large, gentle and gray).

Amarone della Valpolicella

Amarone is the most prestigious red wine of Veneto, among the most loved and well-known in Italy, whose excellence is renowned all over the world. Amarone della Valpolicella is a red wine of great elegance and long ageing potential. The history of Amarone della Valpolicella begins with the oversight of a distracted cellarman who, forgetting about Recioto barrels, favored alcoholic fermentation. From a red wine that should have been sweet the result is a dry and basically bitter red wine. The production technique of Amarone is unique, because the grapes are harvested by hand and left to dry in boxes for over one hundred days and vinified in the winter. In this way an elegant wine is obtained, with concentrated aromas, with notes of wild berries and engaging hints of spices. The production area of Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG extends from the foothills of the province of Verona to Lake Garda, almost reaching the province of Vicenza. The spectacular landscapes on which the vineyards that contribute to the production of Amarone della Valpolicella are harmoniously distributed have a hilly conformation and the valleys blend harmoniously with the plain. Where to buy Amarone? If you are looking for a great Amarone, you are in the right place. On your online wine shop you can buy the best Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG labels at affordable prices, every day. Let yourself be tempted, explore the selection of our sommeliers and buy it now! With what to combine Amarone? Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG is a wine of great organoleptic opulence. Due to this characteristic of elegance, it goes perfectly with meat main courses such as stews, stews and game, but you can also combine it with aged cheeses. Amarone della Valpolicella is also known as a great meditation classic, to be tasted alone in your best moments! What is the best Amarone? Those looking for Amarone della Valpolicella, look for the best. On you are spoiled for choice, and you can choose, also according to your personal taste. If you have traditional tastes, you will certainly not go wrong by choosing the historic Amarone Costasera from Cantina Masi, a reference point in the category. If you are looking for structure, softness and velvety tannins, Dal Moro Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG can only be the best choice. You just have to visit the selection and let yourself be enlightened in search of your best Amarone della Valpolicella! What grapes is Amarone made from? Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG is made from a blend of proudly native Veronese grapes. The production disciplinary in fact provides for the use of Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella, and other local grapes, in a smaller percentage.





Asti DOCG is the appellation born in 1932 to protect, enhance and promote Asti and Moscato d'Asti, sparkling wines very representative of the Piedmontese tradition. Sparkling wines produced between the provinces of Alessandria, Asti, Cuneo and in the hamlet of Pessione in the municipality of Chieri, in the province of Turin, can be boasted. The starting grape is always Moscato Bianco. For Asti Spumante both the Martinotti sparkling method in an autoclave and that in the bottle can be used, which will be worth the additional mention Metodo Classico: the first must stay in steel for at least a month while the second must guarantee at least 9 months of ageing. Moscato d'Asti obtained from grapes harvested late and left to dry to obtain a sparkling wine that remains to refine for at least 12 months in the bottle allows the use of the mention Vendemmia Tardiva. In addition, both for Asti Spumante and Moscato d'Asti DOCG, mentions are allowed to the production areas of Canelli, Santa Vitorria d'Alba and Strevi. These are essentially bubbles that are characterized by an aromatic and gustatory profile, sweet and balanced, with a greater accentuation of the characteristics in the Metodo Classico version of Asti Spumante DOCG.


Aversa DOC appellation covers the geographical area of the plain located north of the Campi Flegrei, in the area of the former Regi Lagni. The aim is to protect white wines produced with local Asprinio grapes which have a distinctive value, cultivated only with the "aversana tree-lined" breeding system, a cultural as well as an environmental asset of the territory. The denomination is declined in the firm version, which must contain at least 85% of Asprinio grapes harvested in the provinces of Naples and Caserta, and in sparkling wine, where the presence of Asprinio must reach 100%.


Appellation of Provençal origin whose vineyards stretch for 1480 hectares between the Sauinte Baume massif and the Mediterranean sea, arranged in terraces on marly and limestone soils. Bandol AOC can be called white wines made from Clairette, Ugni Blanc, Bourboulenc grapes and red and rosé wines from Mourvèdre, Grenache and Cinsault grapes. If whites are round, seductive and generous wines, red wines are characterized by a refined power and character. The latter must be aged in cask for at least 18 months.

Barbados Rum


Barbagia IGT is the name that embraces the territories of the homonymous area, one of the innermost in Sardinia, which goes from the Gennargentu massif to Gallura, corresponding to several municipalities in the province of Nuoro including Lodine, Mamoiada and Oliena. The vineyards are distributed around the river courses that have designed large valleys. We are talking about wines with an ancestral charm which draws its life from an oenological culture that even precedes the arrival of the Phoenicians (1,300 BC). Among the most important grapes are Cannonau and Granazza di Mamoiada, the local Vernaccia.


Barbaresco is one of the most prestigious names in Italian enology together with Barolo, and together they carry the flag of Italian wine high in the world. Barbaresco is a red wine from the Langhe made with Nebbiolo grapes. It takes its name from the municipality of the same name in which, according to the disciplinary, production is allowed in the municipalities of Barbaresco, in fact, Treiso, Neive and a small portion of Alba. It is a wine that shows itself in all its austerity and nobility. It is noble and free-range, with a garnet red color that becomes orange over the years. The Barbaresco bouquet is fruity and characterized by red fruit jams with hints of violets. Its complexity is enriched by the passage in barriques which gives it spices, leather, tobacco, cocoa and licorice. The tannins are soft and round. You can only choose it for important occasions and unforgettable dinners, accompanying it with traditional Piedmontese main courses and white truffles, territorial excellence. We are sure that you will take us with you to the next dinner, we will bring the Barbaresco! Buy Barbaresco Where to buy Barbaresco? If the question is simple, the answer is even more so: you can buy Barbaresco on, your trusted online wine shop! From our selection you can easily choose and buy the best Barbaresco proposals online. The choice may vary depending on the price, the producer you prefer and the production style of the reference cellar. We can advise you to buy the tradition of the producers of Barbaresco, a reference point of the category, or to buy the history of this wine by choosing Gaja and Pio Cesare. In order not to get confused, just go to the selection and let yourself be inspired by the advice of our sommeliers. We are sure that you will not only buy Barbaresco, but the best in the category! Who are the producers of Barbaresco? If you want to make a great impression at the next important dinner, remember this date: 1894. You can show off your knowledge in Piedmontese oenological history by telling that exactly in that year Domizio Cavazza, at the time Dean of the Royal Oenological School of Alba and resident in the Municipality of Barbaresco, created the "Cantine Sociali di Barbaresco" for the "production of luxury and table wines". Cavazza brings together nine farmers who begin to make wine in the cellars of the Castle of which Cavazza was the owner, and to denominate the wine with the name Barbaresco.The Nebbiolo grown in Barbaresco has its own distinctive characteristics and this peculiarity was indicated on the label. When Cavazza disappeared in 1913, the winery suffered a setback, only to be reopened in 1958 thanks to Don Fiorino Marengo, parish priest of Barbaresco, who took the initiative to bring together nineteen farmers to found Producers of Barbaresco "for the qualification and guarantee of Barbaresco ". Thanks to the dedication of these farmers and their hard work that has continued uninterrupted since those years, Produttori del Barbaresco is considered among the most prestigious wineries in the area, as well as being exemplary for cooperatives all over the world. What are the best combinations with Barbaresco? Don't think that Barbaresco can only be paired with demanding dishes. Barbaresco is undoubtedly an ideal wine to pair with dishes with important flavors, but its unmistakable bouquet can amaze with many recipes. Masterful combinations are undoubtedly linked to traditional Piedmontese dishes based on intense red meats to be flavored with the prestigious Alba White Truffle and porcini mushrooms. Pair the Barbaresco with braised meats, aged cheeses such as toma and pecorino. The palate does not disdain even poultry, capable of supporting the elegantly delicate body of Barbaresco. Its intriguing bouquet lends itself to blending risottos in combinations with radicchio or pumpkin, depending on the season. Furthermore, Barbaresco is counted among the meditation wines, and is perfect in combination with real moments of relaxation, while you enjoy finger-food based on honey and hazelnuts. What is the best Barbaresco? If you are looking for the best Barbaresco, your trusted online wine shop is the right place. Big historical names always make the difference and the quality level is guaranteed. Maybe the Barbaresco is one of the most prestigious areas from the enological point of view, and the choice can hardly disappoint your expectations. Choosing the Barbaresco dei Produttori del Barbaresco means receiving a fascinating and well-structured wine at home, Pio Cesare differs instead for a concentration of ripe fruit and spices, characterized by well-integrated tannins, and Rattalino will amaze you with its enhanced harmony and softness from noble tannins and long persistence. It cannot therefore be established which is the best Barbaresco, since each winery in the catalog produces Barbaresco through vineyards with its own microclimate and specificity. We therefore invite you to discover the uniqueness of this wine with your senses, which will not lie to you, to decide which will be the best Barbaresco for you! We can't wait to find out!

Barbera d'Alba

Barbera d'Alba DOC is produced in the province of Cuneo, in the territory of Alba and in numerous municipalities that are located around the famous city of the Langhe. The Barbera d'Alba DOC specification establishes the ampelographic basis, also for the Superiore version, in a minimum of 85% of Barbera and a maximum of 15% of Nebbiolo. For the Barbera d'Alba Superiore DOC type there is a minimum ageing period of 12 months, of which at least 4 in wood, and a minimum natural alcoholic strength by volume of 12%. A great red of the Piedmontese tradition.

Barbera d'Asti

Barbera d'Asti DOCG was born in the territory of numerous municipalities in the province of Asti and Alessandria and represents a true excellence of this traditional Piedmontese red wine. According to the specifications, it must be produced, also for the Superiore version, with at least 90% of Barbera. Barbera d'Asti DOCG must be subjected to a minimum ageing period of 4 months, while the Superiore type must be refined for 14 months, of which at least 6 in wooden barrels. In addition, the Barbera d'Asti Superiore DOCG version must have a minimum natural alcoholic strength by volume of 12.5%.

Barbera del Monferrato

Barbera del Monferrato DOC is an appellation that covers a large area that includes the territories of Asti and part of the province of Alessandria. The specification provides for the production of white and red wines with all the authorized grapes in the provinces of Asti and Alessandria. If at least 85% of one of the following grapes is used: dolcetto or freisa, it is possible to indicate it on the label. It is a territory of ancient traditions, which produces quality wines mainly with native Piedmontese grapes. The appellation is also admitted for the sparkling type, the modern sparkling wine counterpart of the "lively" version that the producers used to release after having refermented in the bottle those wines that in March still contained some sugary residue. Since 2008, the Barbera del Monferrato Superiore DOCG appellation was established, a wine created to highlight the territorial preciousness, obtained from the most ripe bunches and subjected to an ageing period of at least 14 months, of which at least 6 are spent in oak barrels.


Bardolino is a very pleasant red wine that is born on the eastern shore of Lake Garda and takes its name from the homonymous town. The Controlled and Guaranteed Designation of Origin "Bardolino Superiore", also with the indication "Classico", is obtained from Corvina Veronese, Rondinella and Molinara grapes, a composition that makes it similar to Valpolicella, but with which it must never be confused. Bardolino wine is produced on Lake Garda which, with its winds, mitigates the winter temperatures and cools the summer ones. The terroir of the Garda morainic hills overlooking the Veronese shore, that of Bardolino DOC and DOCG, denotes a particular aptitude for viticulture. There are various types of Bardolino according to production regulations. The best known and most consumed type of Bardolino is the "Bardolino Chiaretto", obtained with the vinification of the grapes in pink, or with a brief pause of the skins on the must, and is the Italian rosé wine most produced in our country. On 1st August 2001 the “Bardolino Superiore” appellation of controlled and guaranteed origin was assigned, an important recognition for the productive quality of Garda and its suitable hinterland. Another very famous and traditional type of Bardolino is Novello, the first wine of the type to have obtained the DOC recognition. Bardolino Novello is obtained from grapes processed in carbonic maceration and the result is a lively, elegant, ruby red product with fruity and fragrant aromas. The flavor is velvety, fresh and pleasant, undoubtedly one of the most representative novels of Italian enology. Bardolino is apparently a simple and fresh wine, but it is the result of the collaboration between the Consortium, which defends its quality, and the producing companies that are committed to the maximum yield of the grapes, so that Bardolino can be found in the glass. The result of these elements gives rise to an important wine, capable of meeting the expectations of the consumer who expects to close his eyes and imagine the deep landscapes of Lake Garda. Buy Bardolino wine Are you thinking of buying Bardolino wine and are you undecided about the type? As always, your trusted online sommelier is able to clarify the horizons and offer you, in this case, the best Bardolino wines you can buy online. Bardolino is an authentic wine with great personality, representative of the territory, produced in the south-east area of Lake Garda, in the Verona area. It is one of the first Italian wines to have received the DOC recognition. There are five varieties of Bardolino wine: the red wines "Bardolino", "Bardolino Novello" and "Bardolino Superiore DOCG", in addition to "Bardolino Chiaretto" and "Bardolino Chiaretto Spumante". Bardolino wines are versatile, very pleasant, ready to drink and direct to smell and taste. There are different versions of Bardolino wine, from the simplest ready to drink, to the most complex suitable for ageing. Whatever type you are looking for, we are sure that in this selection you will find the best! What is Bardolino wine paired with? Bardolino wine is versatile, fresh, genuine, able to combine with many dishes, especially of the local culinary tradition of Lake Garda, where meat and fish are protagonists of the same level. Bardolino Chiaretto, or the pink version of Bardolino, denotes a winking aroma and a fresh taste that make it perfect in combination with fish dishes, especially when the climate becomes pleasantly warm. The red Bardolino, on the other hand, lends itself perfectly to combinations with soups, broths, tagliatelle with meat sauce and traditional Po Valley risottos, such as the one with mushrooms or the much appreciated and tasty risotto with livers of the Veronese tradition. It stands out in its qualities when accompanied by veal with a side dish of mushrooms. Bardolino wine can therefore be defined not only as an easy-to-drink wine, but as a wine for the whole meal. Relax in the kitchen, we'll take care of the Bardolino! Does sparkling Bardolino exist? If you are wondering if there is a sparkling version of Bardolino, the answer is yes. Bardolino in the Bardolino Chiaretto version is produced in sparkling wine, for the most part with the Charmat Method, but some companies also produce with the Metodo Classico, delicate, dry and harmonious flavor, with a basically bitter finish. The bubble gives Bardolino that lively touch which, combined with the typical flavor of Chiaretto, make it a very special wine, a champion of Venetian enology. The sparkling version of Bardolino is produced through the soft pressing and destemming of the grapes, which are in contact with the cold skins for about 10-12 hours, at a controlled fermentation temperature between 15° and 16°, in stainless steel tanks. . It is a wine to be drunk young, no later than two years after its release on the market, and we recommend it for your next dinner or picnic based on mixed starters and tapas, first of all light fish based. We tried it with pizza, you will make a great impression! Which are the most important wineries in Bardolino? Bardolino wine is bound by a careful production disciplinary which guarantees the quality standard of the product. Each producing company is faithful to the care of the vineyard and to every stage of the Bardolino processing, and whatever winery you choose from the catalog, you can rest assured and enjoy your Bardolino to the fullest taste buds! Another constant that unites the proposals that we will make to you, is the excellent quality-price ratio. Seeing is believing, trying to be satisfied! Our advice will guide you on the Corte Giara line of the illustrious Veronese company Allegrini, a dry and harmonious blend of Corvina Veronese, Rondinella and Molinara grapes harvested manually on the Garda hills in the first half of September. Sinuosity and elegance in the glass with Cottini's Bardolino Chiaretto DOC Natural Style, envelops the palate in a fine and enveloping bouquet, perfect for sushi lovers. From the same line you will be fascinated by Bardolino DOC Stile Naturale 2019 Cottini, a companion wine that invites to the second glass with friends, a delicately fruity and soft red, with hints of red fruits, cherries and violets and a fresh and lively taste. How not to mention Bardolino Classico DOC Frescaripa Masi, a great classic of the Veronese tradition, revisited in a modern and contemporary way, a light and carefree red, with intense aromas acquired thanks to the favorable breezes of Lake Garda. Last but not least, you will never be disappointed by the quality of the Cantina della Valpantèna such as Bardolino Chiaretto DOC Torre del Falasco Cantina Valpantena, in both red and pink versions: the palate is soft and characterized by a very pronounced salinity which is in perfect contrast with its remarkable freshness. You just have to try them all, and let us know your favorite! How about a dip in Lake Garda?


The king of wines, the wine of kings: this is what Barolo is. A Piedmontese wine that, not only due to its history that binds it to the Savoy court, it would be reductive to define only important. Barolo is majestic, masculine, muscular and imposing. The term Barolo derives from the municipality of the same name that overlooks spectacular Nebbiolo vineyards, the type of grape that produces Barolo in purity. To the town of Barolo, other production areas are added such as the territories of Monforte, La Morra, Castiglione Falletto, Serralunga d'Alba, Grinzane Cavour, Novello, Verduno, Diano d'Alba, Cherasco and Roddi. The production disciplinary for Barolo requires that, in order to be put on sale, the wines must pass an ageing of at least three years, two of which in oak barrels. To create the Barolo Riserva version, the wine is aged over a period of five years, two of which are spent in wood. The organoleptic characteristics of this Piedmontese myth are unique and unmistakable: intense garnet red color given to it by time, aromas of red fruits, dried roses and spices, enveloping on the palate with lively and snappy tannins. Barolo reaches its maximum degree after 10, even 20 years of ageing, but some Barolos can overcome this time and surprise again after a long time with their energy. With this premise, which tastes like promise, we invite you to discover the selection of the best Barolos we have prepared for you! Where can you buy Barolo and Barolo Riserva? If you are thinking of buying Barolo, as always, your favorite online wine shop is here to satisfy you, offering you the best selection of Barolo for sale online! Among the great producers of Barolo we cannot fail to boast prestigious names such as the great Borgogno, Astemia Pentita, Oddero, the traditional Sabaudo, Pio Cesare and Poderi Einaudi. Great Barolos for enthusiasts and connoisseurs, but also for those who want to get closer to the magical world of Barolo, a wine that is the symbol of historical Italian enology. Do not forget that Barolo is a witness of time: according to production regulations, the expected ageing period is 3 years, of which 18 months in wooden barrels. If you are inclined to buy a Barolo Riserva, also in this case has what is right for you. The difference with the simple Barolo is that for the Barolo Riserva, Riserva, the protocol requires an ageing time of 5 years. This period gives the wine elegant aromas such as the complexity of the Mediterranean scrub, dried rose and intense notes that evolve with the passage of time. If you want powerful sensations on the palate, ennobled by fine tannins and complex finish in the mouth, then Barolo Riserva is the wine you were looking for. We have given you the instructions, now it's up to you to choose between the timeless tradition of great names, or the winning innovation of new and passionate wineries. See you in Barolo! Cheers with! What are the characteristics of Barolo wine? Like all wines that reflect the territory they belong to, the organoleptic characteristics of Barolo are well recognizable. Barolo presents to the eye an intense ruby color of a certain transparency, which turns towards orange with the passing of the years. Wanting to make a comparison, Barolo shares this special characteristic with the great Burgundy Pinot Neri. The nose is another unmistakable trait: ethereal bouquets studded with currants and other small red fruits, spices, nutmeg, leather, even licorice, yet a Barolo is mainly recognized for its aromas reminiscent of the Langhe: hazelnuts and truffles. In the mouth the Barolo surprises for its measure and finesse, earthiness and structured tannin, coffee and spices. One thing is certain, regardless of the scents: Barolo does not accept compromises, it should not be drunk young and gives its best with the passage of time. Who are the main Barolo wine producers? Barolo is not a wine that follows a single trend. In fact, the story of the Barolo Boys who in the 80s imposed themselves on the market to revolutionize its rules, introducing modernism in production by reducing the ageing time, is well known. This split is still active among the producers of the Langhe. Vite Colte, Pio Cesare, Oddero, Sabaudo, L'Astemia Pentita, Fontanafredda, Josetta Saffiro, Prunotto are just some of the names of Barolo producers that we can recommend. So you just have to uncork and re-uncork, in search of your production style of choice! We can't wait to know which one is your favorite! What is the best vintage of Barolo Riserva? If you are going to dinner with a friend who loves Barolo Riserva type and you are afraid of making a bad impression, with the advice we are about to give you, rest assured that it will not be the last invitation you will receive. Bring the Barolo Essenze Riserva from the Terredavino vintage 2013 with you. It is a very high level blended Barolo, produced exclusively in great vintages. After a maceration of about 25 days of pure Nebbiolo grapes, the wine ferments in stainless steel tanks. Subsequently it is aged in wood for about 36 months and for a further 24 months in the bottle. It is characterized by an intense ruby red color tending to garnet. The nose opens with a soft and ethereal bouquet with hints of violet, blackberry jam, licorice and cloves on the finish. On the palate it is refined, pleasantly full-bodied and dry with delicate tannins. It gives a pleasant aftertaste of berries and chocolate. Ideal to serve with red meats cooked on the grill, it goes very well with tasty recipes of stewed meats, it is excellent with truffles.

Barolo Chinato

Barolo DOCG is one of the most famous Italian wines in the world. It is produced with pure Nebbiolo grapes in the municipalities of Barolo, Castiglione Falletto, Serralunga d'Alba and partly in the territory of the municipalities of Monforte d'Alba, Novello, La Morra, Verduno, Grinzane Cavour, Diano d'Alba, Cherasco and Roddi. Barolo Chinato DOCG appellation is reserved for wines flavored with Barolo wine base.

Barossa Valley

Bas Armagnac

French wine spirits produced within the borders of the Gers, Landes and Lot-et-Garonne departments can bear the Armagnac AOC controlled designation of origin. Based on variations in climatic conditions, armagnacs are divided into more specific areas of origin: Bas-Armagnac, Armagnac-Ténarèze and Haut-Armagnac. The Armagnacs with the highest reputation, most commonly considered valuable and collected, come almost entirely from Bas Armagnac AOC. Ten authorized grape varieties can contribute to the production of this brandy even if its personality is generally marked by the presence of one of these four varieties: ugni-blanc, folle blanche, baco and colombard. Sometimes you can find armagnac made from some grapes that today constitute real rarities: clairette de Gascogne, jurançon blanc, plant de graisse, meslier saint françois and mauzac blanc. The wine to be started for distillation and finally for ageing is always a naturally fermented white wine, low in alcohol and rather acidic, a characteristic that will allow the armagnac obtained to face long periods of ageing. According to the requirements of the specification, it must be distilled in a traditional artisan certified alembic still. The quality of the oak and the capacity of the containers are also certified. It undergoes a strict quality control by the INAO body which discards armagnacs with quality that does not reach the standards of the appellation within the first year of ageing. A Vintage armagnac is made with grapes from the same vintage, the others are all blends of spirits from different vintages. Based on the duration of aging, they can show the duration of aging expressed in years, e.g. 15 years, 20 years, or with the acronyms VS or ***, VSOP and XO or Hors d'Age which respectively indicate at least 1, 4 or 10 years of aging in oak barrels.


Basilicata IGT appellation extends between the provinces of Potenza and Matera. It can be applied to white, red and rosé wines, as well as new and sparkling wines, but also to both red and white straw wines. The characteristics of the wines produced with this denomination differ substantially according to the specific production areas. The territory can be macroscopically divided into the Apennine area, the Fossa Bradanica and the Avampese Apulo. The Vulture area in particular is characterized by soils of volcanic origin, with properties that give the territory high fertility. In this region, wines with a high historical tradition are produced, which refers to Enotri, around 1200 BC: Enotria owes its name to the exceptional quality of its wines.

Beaujolais Villages


Beaune AOC is a Villages de la Côte de Beaune appellation that was recognized in 1936. It is located in the heart of the Côte de Beaune, between Savigny-lès-Beaune in the north and Pommard in the south. Within the appellation, 42 Premiers Crus can be counted, representing a total of about 70% of the 420 hectare vineyard area. The Beaune AOC appellation presents very varied and different soils where mainly red wines with pinot noir are produced, but also whites with chardonnay. The reds of Beaune are quite powerful and structured wines, aromatically rich and with important tannins. They are long-lived wines, which can age easily for twenty years.

Bekaa Valley



Biferno DOC appellation extends over numerous municipalities in the province of Campobasso, in Molise. It can be attributed to red and rosé wines composed of Montepulciano grapes for 70-80% and Aglianico for 10-20% and to white wines based on Trebbiano Toscano for 70-80%. If the white Biferno DOC wine is generally dry, harmonious and slightly aromatic, the rosé wines marked with this denomination are delicate and fruity. The Biferno DOC red wine, on the other hand, is characterized by an ethereal aroma, a velvety body and the right amount of tannin. There is also a Superiore and Riserva version for red wines: the latter must be subjected to ageing for at least 3 years.

Blanquette de Limoux

Blanquette de Limoux is an appellation reserved for some sparkling wines of southern France, mainly produced from grapes of the Mauzac variety, which in the local language is called Blanquette, with small additions of Chenin Blanc and Chardonnay grapes harvested from some of the most ancients of the entire nation. Located at the foot of the Pyrenees mountains, it is one of the regions at the highest altitude and most continental in Languedoc-Roussillon, characteristics that translate into a style of sparkling wine unique and sought after by every enthusiast.


Boca DOC wine is one of the excellences of Northern Piedmont and was born in the province of Novara, in the municipalities of Boca, Maggiora, Cavallirio, Prato Sesia and Grignasco. It is produced with nebbiolo (70/90%), vespolina or rare grapes (30/10%). The Boca DOC specification provides for a minimum ageing period of 34 months (18 in wood) and 46 months (24 in wood) for the Riserva. On the Boca DOC labels it is allowed to insert the mention "Vigna" if the vineyard is more than 7 years old. It is one of the best and most interesting expressions of Nebbiolo outside the Langhe.


Bolgheri means revolution. It is in fact a Tuscan appellation that has in itself the vocation to internationality and which owes its prestige to the farsightedness of the Marquis Mario Incisa della Rocchetta, father of Sassicaia, whose ambition at the end of the sixties was to bring Bordeaux to Tuscany through the use of the international grape varieties Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot and Syrah, in addition to Sangiovese. A double soul, in one place that unites two great wine places worldwide. The territory of the appellation where the production of Bolgheri is allowed coincides with the borders of the Municipality of Castagneto Carducci in the province of Livorno. Bolgheri is a beautiful natural theater that extends from the Metalliferous Hills to the lower reaches of the Etruscan coast that send the sea winds to caress the grapes. There is no shortage of wooded areas and beaches, but most of the vineyards are located in flat areas. The characterizing element of the quality of Bolgheri wine is the sea, from which the Tuscan Archipelago and Corsica can be seen on the horizon. Choosing Bolgheri wines means retracing the history of Tuscany, imagining the banquets of the mysterious Etruscan people and breathing a story that is enriched every day through the prestigious production of one of the most loved wines in the world. Which Bolgheri to buy? On your trusted wine shop you can buy the best Bolgheri at affordable prices every day. To buy the best, enrich your trolley with Bolgheri from the Guado al Tasso estate if you are looking for tradition and absolute quality, or the evocative Merlot Bell'Aja di San Felice, and if you are a romantic who does not want to give up classicism, the noble Bolgheri Sassicaia is the right purchase. And again, Bolgheri Millepassi Donna Olimpia if you are looking for harmony and persistence, and the elegant freshness of Campo al Faro. Buying Bolgheri on means choosing quality consciously. To yours! Is Bolgheri also producing white wine? If you are wondering if Bolgheri also produces white wine, the answer is yes. The Bolgheri appellation is famous above all for its red wines renowned all over the world, but in this part of the coast also the white Bolgheri enjoys prestige. Suffice it to say that the first production disciplinary of Bolgheri dating back to 1983 contemplated only the white and rosé types. For the white Bolgheri the protagonist grape is Vermentino, vinified for most of the cases in purity, but sometimes also blended with other grapes: Sauvignon Blanc and Viognier. The vinification of white Bolgheri does not require ageing in wood because it is the freshness that is aimed at. However, there is no lack of examples of white Bolgheri with greater structure and it is assumed that in the future it will be precisely this type that will enjoy success in the Bolgheri area. But let's get to the advice on buying white Bolgheri: the inevitable Bolgheri DOC Vermentino Guado al Tasso Marchesi Antinori, the fresh and savory Bolgheri Bianco DOC Campo al Faro or the elegant Bolgheri Vermentino DOC Solosole Poggio al Tesoro and finally the soft persistence of Bolgheri Bianco. DOC 2018 Donna Olimpia. Whichever white Bolgheri you choose, you will take home a piece of Maremma. Cheers! What are the grapes with which Bolgheri is produced? Thanks to the foresight of the Marquis Mario Incisa della Rocchetta, the prestigious Bolgheri wine area was inspired by the great Bordeaux blends, whose grapes have adapted beautifully to this area of Tuscany. In fact, the similarity between the terroir of Castagneto Carducci and Graves, characterized by pebbles, has given its name to the prestigious Sassicaia. The disciplinary of the red Bolgheri DOC typology foresees the use of the mighty Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Sangiovese grape for a maximum of 50%, to maintain the autochthonous spirit. These grapes can be single-variety, or present in blends. The Bolgheri DOC must be refined for one year; the DOC Bolgheri Superiore at least two years, one of which in wood. Impossible not to mention the DOC Bolgheri Sassicaia: a blend in which at least 80% of Cabernet Sauvignon must be present and rests for at least 2 years, of which 18 months in barrique. What is the best Bolgheri? You can choose to buy Bolgheri, or the best of the Bolgheri. Taste, as we know, is something extremely personal and the individual palate should say which is the best Bolgheri. However, we cannot fail to mention the prestigious Sassicaia. The one that is considered by many to be the best of Bolgheri wines, not only imposed himself as the king of the territory, but was the first to impose the idea of the wine-icon in Italy, revolutionizing the oenological panorama of our country. This prestige paved the way for other great Bolgheri cuts, considered among the best, such as Grattamacco, Masseto, Ornellaia. What therefore may appear as a slavish repetition of Bordeaux, is nothing more than a happy inspiration that has given life not only to the best wines of the area, but which has contributed to the prestige of the wine history of Italy.


Bordeaux AOC is a regional appellation that includes all the vineyards of the Bordeaux area, covering a total area of approximately 42,600 hectares, in the Gironde department. Bordeaux AOC represents the most important and best-selling appellation of Bordeaux in the world. Bordeaux AOC red wines are mainly produced with cabernet sauvignon, which brings tannic and merlot structure and texture, which gives fruity aromas and elegant softness. Cabernet franc, petit verdot, malbec and carmenère are also used to a lesser extent. Bordeaux AOC wines are long-lived wines, but thanks to the good aromatic and fruity content, they can also be appreciated in youth.


The Bourgogne AOC appellation is one of the most famous in the world. The Burgundy region is located in the central-eastern part of France and extends from Auxerre to Mâcon, on a total area of over 27,000 hectares. The Appellation Bourgogne AOC territory comprises 5 distinct areas: Chablis and Yonne, Côte-de-Nuits, Côte-de-Beaune, Côte Chalonnaise and Mâconnais. A very large area, which has very different climatic configurations. Just think that between the two extreme points of Chablis and Mâconnais there are about 200 kilometers away. The soils are generally of clay-limestone composition, which varies in percentages and characteristics from area to area. The grapes mainly grown in Burgundy are chardonnay and pinot noir. However, there are also aligoté, gamay and in smaller percentages pinot gris, sauvignon blanc, melon de Bourgogne, sacy and césar. The large Burgundy vineyard is characterized by a subdivision into very small parcels, often less than one hectare, which are the result of a centuries-old zoning of the territory, which has focused on enhancing the specific characteristics of each individual terroir. All the tesserae of this large Burgundy mosaic produce around 200 million bottles annually and the appellation Bourgogne AOC is still synonymous with tradition, quality and excellence throughout the world.

Bourbon Whiskey


Brachetto d'Acqui

The Piedmontese appellation Brachetto d'Acqui or Acqui DOCG, present in the still red, sparkling and passito red types, must be made within the provinces of Asti and Alessandria, starting from 97% of Brachetto grapes, completed for the remaining starts from other grapes suitable for the cultivation of the Piedmont region. The resulting wine is characterized by a characteristic musky aroma and a soft and sweet flavor, which in the passito version is enriched with a velvety consistency and wood notes.



Brandy Italiano

Brandy de Jerez

Brandy de Jerez is a particular type of brandy, obtainable only within the Spanish territory of Jerez. The particular climatic conditions of this region, where the famous and appreciated Sherry is born, combined with the particular characteristics of the oak barrels in which ageing takes place, generally American oak barrels previously used for the evolution of sherry, give rise to a unique product of its kind. Depending on the length of ageing, this brandy may be accompanied by the mentions Solera, 6 months of ageing, Solera Reserva, 12 months, Solera Gran Reserva, over 3 years.

Breede River Valley


Breganze DOC is produced in the province of Vicenza. The specification provides for both the white version, with tai/friulano grapes (minimum 50%), pinot blanc, chardonnay, vespaiola, sauvignon and pinot gris, and the red version with merlot grapes (minimum 50%) marzemino, cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon, pinot noir and carménère. After 2 years of ageing, Breganze DOC red wines can boast the mention Riserva. There is also a sparkling version with pinot noir grapes and the famous Torcolato wine, produced mainly with vespaiola grapes, subjected to drying.

Brunello di Montalcino

Brunello is one of the most iconic wines in the world, it is produced only in Montalcino, in the province of Siena, in Tuscany. It can be obtained only from Sangiovese grapes, which in the municipality of Montalcino are called "Brunello". The first to vinify the "Brunello" grapes was Ferruccio Santi in the second half of the 19th century, producing for the first time what would become one of the most famous wines of all time. It was the first wine to obtain the DOC in 1960 and the DOCG in 1980. The production area, limited to the municipality of Montalcino, has contributed to making Brunello one of the most sought after and desired wines. Specifically, the cultivation area of the vineyards is located between 120 and 650 meters above sea level and the soils have very different geological characteristics, it is possible to find soils of sandstone, limestone, sandy, clayey or rich in marl. Brunello di Montalcino must undergo a long ageing, exactly five years after the harvest. What not everyone knows is that Brunello di Montalcino can have a Riserva version, in this case the years of ageing, before being put on the market, will be six instead of five. Brunello di Montalcino is characterized by a ruby red color tending to garnet and an intense and enveloping aroma of undergrowth, vanilla, jam and tertiary hints deriving from the long ageing in wood. It is a balsamic wine, with an important tannic texture and a high body. Despite the important structure it is a particularly balanced and harmonious wine, thanks to the sensation of freshness transmitted by the marked acidity. A Brunello can be recognized by its persistence, it is generally a very long wine, with a finish of licorice and juniper. The ageing of Brunello can take place in large barrels or in barriques, an aspect that determines the level of toasting. To properly taste a Brunello it is necessary to open the bottle at least an hour before and use a large glass to better perceive its aromatic complexity. Brunello di Montalcino is a particularly long-lived wine, depending on the vintage of the harvest it can be stored for 10 to 30 years, as long as it is properly stored, keeping the bottle in a horizontal position in a cool and not humid cellar. Where to buy Brunello di Montalcino online If you are looking for where to buy Brunello di Montalcino online you are in the right place. On you can find a wide selection of the best Brunello di Montalcino wines. To name just a few, you can find the classic Brunello di Montalcino Biondi-Santi Tenuta Greppo, a wine with a bright, savory and persistent ruby red color; Brunello di Montalcino Banfi, a spicy, velvety and intense wine; Brunello di Montalcino Fattoria dei Barbi, a sapid, persistent wine with silky tannins and Brunello di Montalcino Collection of Count Villa da Filicaja, an elegant, dense and balsamic wine. In your trusted online wine shop you will find a very wide selection of Brunello di Montalcino, with unique characteristics and at competitive prices and suitable for all budgets. If you love traditional wines, you cannot fail to let yourself be enveloped by the majesty and body of Brunello di Montalcino. Discover the wines of the Brunello di Montalcino selection on What is the vine and which are the grapes with which Brunello di Montalcino is produced? Brunello di Montalcino can only be obtained from Sangiovese grapes, according to the provisions of the Production Regulations. Specifically, the grape variety with which Brunello is produced is a local clone of Sangiovese, present only in Montalcino and called Sangiovese Grosso, due to its thick-skinned berries. As you know, it is thanks to the peel that color, polyphenols and tannins are transferred to the wine, which is why maceration on the skins is very long and can last from 20 to 30 days. Thanks to the unique characteristics of the Sangiovese Grosso grapes, the Brunello di Montalcino wine has great vigor, structure and an excellent predisposition to ageing. The origins of the Sangiovese grape are quite uncertain. The most common hypotheses are three: that it is of Etruscan origin and that it comes from the area north of the Tiber and south of the Arno; that its name derives from the Sangiovannese word and that it is therefore a native of San Giovanni Valdarno; or that its name derives from Sanguegiovese, intended as the Blood of Jupiter, thus originating from the area of Monte Giove, near Santarcangelo di Romagna. What is certain is that over the decades, the adaptation of the Sangiovese grape to the different types of soil has endowed it with unique characteristics depending on the place where it is grown and that Brunello di Montalcino is universally recognized as the highest expression of its grapes. Discover our selection of Brunello di Montalcino on What are the best vintages of Brunello di Montalcino? From 1945 to today, all the vintages of Brunello di Montalcino produced have been evaluated. Each harvest is different, therefore it is possible to say that there are better and worse vintages of Brunello di Montalcino. Every year in January, the evaluation of the wine samples from the last harvest is carried out, in order to assign a score ranging from one to five stars to the reference year, which will be revealed during the famous annual "Benvenuto Brunello" event, held in Montalcino. Since 1992, the Consorzio del Brunello di Montalcino has created the ritual of the celebratory tile, a tile made by a famous person in the world of art, sport or entertainment, which is affixed to the wall of the Town Hall of Montalcino, showing the year and the number of stars assigned. In detail, if we take a look at the last twenty years, we can say that among the vintages of Brunello di Montalcino already on the market, five stars have been attributed to the 2016, 2015, 2012 and 2010 vintage. 2013 and 2011 are considered to be excellent vintages, as the committee of experts assigned a score of four stars out of five. On you can find all the best vintages of Brunello di Montalcino, as well as the best producers of the appellation.






California is one of the most important regions in the United States for wine production. Thanks to the temperate climate and particularly suitable soils, it has become one of the most highly rated areas in the New World. The most famous production areas in California are Sonoma, Napa Valley, Mendocino and Santa Barbara. Red and white wines are produced with the most important traditional grapes and with zinfandel, a grape that corresponds to our primitivo.


Calvados is a brandy of apples, sometimes of pears, produced in north-western France by over 1550 parishes of Normandy and Brittany, in the hinterland of the Pays de la Loire. Normandy is the productive epicenter, home of some of the best orchards in Europe. In 1942 10 districts of the Normandy and Brittany regions were protected by their own appellation, since 1984 united in a single Calvados AOC appellation. The Spanish name is probably due to a legend which tells that, in 1588, the Spanish ship El Salvador loaded with apple brandy was demolished off the Norman coast. The appellation includes 2 regional variants: Calvados Pays d'Auge where a more limited production is favored in favor of higher quality and Calvados Domfrontais, produced with an important percentage of pears. Except that the Calvados Pays d'Auge, doubly distilled in semi-continuous Charentais-style stills, all the other calvados are produced by single distillation. It follows ageing in barrels of at least 2 years to develop more complex aromas and a more velvety sensation on the palate. A curiosity: the wines produced in the same region are also characterized by the appellation Calvados, but PGI.


The wines produced in the entire regional territory fall under the Campania Typical Geographical Indication. Campania can boast of ancient origins in the field of viticulture, which date back to the period of the first Greek colonization. Already in Roman times Campania wines were considered among the best ever. Campania still represents one of the most suitable Italian regions for quality viticulture. Campania IGT appellation is reserved for wines: white, rosé and red, obtained from grapes of one or more vines included among those suitable for cultivation in the various areas of the Campania region and registered in the national register of vine varieties for wine grapes. The name of one of the following vines can be indicated on the label: Aglianico, Coda di Volpe, Falanghina, Fiano, Greco, Muscat, Piedirosso, Primitivo, Sciascinoso if the wines are produced with at least 85% of grapes of the corresponding vines.

Campi Flegrei

Campi Flegrei DOC appellation is reserved for red, white, sparkling and passito wines produced within the territory of the municipalities of Procida, Pozzuoli, Bacoli, Monte di Procida and Quarto and part of those of Marano di Napoli, where the complex develops volcanic of Campi Flegrei. The vines of the Phlegraean area have been appreciated since ancient times and the wine of the Puteoli area - today Pozzuoli - was highly appreciated by the canteen at the time of Charles II of Anjou. The soil of volcanic origin present in this territory has contrasted the destruction from phylloxerra, for this reason the vines of the Phlegrean area are still cultivated "on the loose". Furthermore, the presence of ashes, lapilli, pumice tuffs and trace elements in the soil gives the wines of this appellation unique aromas and flavors. The white Campi Flegrei wine rests its ampelographic base on the white Falanghina grape variety, while the red on Piedirosso and Aglianico; if Falanghina and Piedirosso - or Pèr 'and Palummo - are present for at least 90% of the total, they can be reported on the label.


Cannonau di Sardegna

Cannonau di Sardegna is a wine with a Controlled Designation of Origin, produced with Cannonau grapes grown in Sardinia and with other black berried grapes, non-aromatic and admitted by the production disciplinary in a small percentage. The production area of Cannonau di Sardegna DOC includes the entire island, from Gallura to Sulcis and Cagliari. There are various types of Cannonau di Sardegna DOC: the Cannonau di Sardegna Rosato and Rosso, the Cannonau di Sardegna Rosso Riserva, the Cannonau di Sardegna Passito, the Cannonau di Sardegna Liquoroso and the Cannonau di Sardegna Classico. Three sub-areas are also allowed within the Cannonau di Sardegna DOC appellation, based on the geographical origin of the Cannonau grapes used for production. These are Cannonau di Sardegna DOC Oliena or Nepente di Oliena (produced with grapes from Oliena and Orgosulo), Cannonau di Sardegna DOC Capo Ferrato (produced with grapes from Castiadas, Muravera, San Vito, Villaputzu and Villasimius) and Cannonau di Sardegna DOC Jerzu (produced with grapes from Jerzu and Cardedu). The history of the Cannonau grape is very controversial. Until a few years ago it was thought that Cannonau was a grape of Spanish origin, but the discovery of Cannonau seeds at the Duos Nuraghes archaeological site overturned the theory. Today the most probable hypothesis is that the grape is of oriental origin and that it was brought to Sardinia by the Phoenicians. Cannonau di Sardegna is a wine with an intense ruby red color, fragrant on the nose and savory on the palate. Its characteristic aroma is accentuated if the grapes used for production come from flat and coastal soils, while it is more delicate if the grapes have been grown on granite soils. Buy Cannonau di Sardegna Choosing which Cannonau di Sardegna DOC wine to buy can be a difficult task. The Cannonau di Sardegna DOC, in fact, can be: Classic, if the Cannonau grapes used for production come only from the municipalities of the provinces of Nuoro and Ogliastra; Rosé, characterized by a cherry pink color, intense aromas, a marked sapidity and a great taste pleasantness; Red, characterized by a pale ruby red color, an alcohol content of at least 12.5°, an ageing of less than one year, a pleasant, dry and harmonious flavor; Riserva, characterized by an intense ruby red color, an alcohol content of at least 13°, a minimum ageing of two years, an intense aroma and a full-bodied and structured taste profile; Dry fortified wine, characterized by a ruby red color, an alcohol content of at least 18°, a drier and more intense flavor; Sweet liqueur, characterized by an alcohol content of at least 16°, sweeter and more alcoholic on the palate, perfect for desserts based on figs, plums, dark chocolate or cooked fruit; Passito, characterized by an alcohol content of 15°, an ethereal aroma and a sweet and intense flavor. Now that you have deepened the main characteristics of each of the types of Cannonau provided by the production regulations, it will be easier for you to choose the perfect wine for your tastes. On you will find many proposals suitable for every palate, discover all the details. What are the characteristics of Cannonau di Sardegna? Cannonau di Sardegna DOC is a wine based on Cannonau, a native Sardinian black grape variety, very similar to Grenache. Cannonau is grown all over the island, for this reason the types of wine produced with this grape take on different characteristics depending on the climatic conditions and the unique soil of each micro-zone of Sardinia. Depending on the terroir of origin of Cannonau, the resulting wines may be characterized by more or less intense olfactory notes and a more or less concentrated palate, even if it is possible to identify some common traits in all Cannonau-based wines: balsamic notes and eucalyptus and fruity and spicy scents. The main characteristics of Cannonau di Sardegna DOC are the pale ruby red color, the fruity olfactory profile with hints of cherry and wild berries, the floral notes of violets and the spicy and herbaceous hints of black pepper and eucalyptus. It is a wine with a very intense and complex aromatic profile, full-bodied palate, balanced acidity, high alcohol content and velvety tannins. The alcohol content of Cannonau depends on the ripeness of the grapes, which in a very hot climate like that of Sardinia, reach a high sugar concentration. For this reason, Cannonau di Sardegna DOC wines have a great longevity and are perfect to taste even after many years. According to the type: rosé, red, red reserve, sweet liqueur, dry or passito, the tasting notes will tend to intensify, as will the body and alcohol content of the wine. What dishes can Cannonau be paired with? Cannonau di Sardegna DOC can be paired with many dishes of Italian gastronomy. The Cannonau Rosato, for example, is perfect for appetizers, first courses and white meats. The Cannonau di Sardegna Rosso and Riserva are perfect for grilled meats, roasts, braised meats, game and lamb. Cannonau di Sardegna DOC Passito is suitable for aged cheeses, blackberry, cherry, chocolate and hazelnut based desserts. Finally, the Cannonau di Sardegna Liquoroso goes divinely with dry pastries. On you will find a wide range of Cannonau di Sardegna DOC, different types able to satisfy all palates, with prices for all tastes. Discover the selection. What is the best Cannonau? To choose the best Cannonau of Sardinia you should ask yourself: what type of Cannonau wine is most suitable for the aperitif, lunch or dinner I have planned? If what you have in mind is a fresh Cannonau-based aperitif, we recommend: Cannonau di Sardegna Rosato DOC Nudo Siddùra. If, on the other hand, you are thinking of a more important dinner, with a wine with soft and intense tones, you could choose between the Cannonau di Sardegna DOC Noras Cantina di Santadi or the Cannonau di Sardegna DOC Falcale Piero Mancini. If you want to enrich your evening with even more spicy and powerful notes then you cannot miss the Cannonau di Sardegna Riserva DOC Josto Miglior Jerzu or the famous Cannonau di Sardegna Riserva DOC Senes Argiolas. On there are certainly no shortage of options, discover the Cannonau that suits you best.

Canterbury / Waipara

Cape Town

Carignano del Sulcis

Carignano del Sulcis DOC is produced in the southwestern area of Sardinia in the province of Carbonia – Iglesias and Cagliari. The Carignano grape is grown, as well as in Sardinia, in Spain and in the south of France, but on the sandy soils of the Sulcis it gives wines that are particularly interesting and rich in personality. The disciplinary of the Carignano del Sulcis DOC foresees the versions: rosé, red, novello and passito, all produced with at least 85% of Carignano. Carignano del Sulcis Superiore DOC must be produced with grapes coming exclusively from sapling plants.


The Carmignano wine-growing area, whose boundaries were defined by a decree of the Grand Duke Cosimo III de' Medici in 1716, hosts the appellations Carmignano DOCG, Barco Reale di Carmignano DOC, Rosato di Carmignano DOC and Vin Santo di Carmignano DOC, also in its Occhio di Pernice version. The territory includes the hills of the municipalities of Carmignano and Poggio a Caiano located in the province of Prato, on the eastern slopes of Monte Albano, home of Chianti Montalbano. Although the name of Carmignano was protected even before the introduction of the DOC/DOCG quality system, it was absorbed by the most prestigious Chianti and the wines of the area were sold as Chianti Montalbano. In 1975, thanks to the decisive and tenacious action of the Carmignano winemakers, the area obtained an independent DOC which was promoted to DOCG in 1990. The Carmignano DOCG wines are obtained from a blend of sangiovese grapes, which must make up at least 50%, canaiolo nero, cabernet sauvignon and cabernet franc. Other complementary grapes established by the disciplinary are also allowed up to a maximum of 10%. These are dry red wines in some ways similar in style to Chianti but from which it differs for precise organoleptic characteristics given by the presence of cabernet grapes. It is compulsory to age 10 months in oak and/or chestnut barrels and 12 months for Carmignano Riserva DOCG. The wineries in the same area that do not intend to invest in the creation of a Carmignano DOCG wine can opt for the Barco Reale di Carmignano DOC appellation, considered the lighter and fresher version of the robust Carmignano DOCG, therefore considered its "younger brother", obtained from the same blend but for which no particular requirements are defined regarding the ageing period, conceived for young consumption. The name derives from the Medici Barco Reale, a vast hunting reserve established in the 17th century, even if the link between the estate and the wine is not perfectly clear. Rosé wines produced within the territory can boast the designation Rosato di Carmignano DOC. Vin Santo di Carmignano must be produced with trebbiano toscano and malvasia del Chianti grapes, while the Occhio di Pernice version, so called because it is produced from red berried grapes, must be produced with a minimum of 50% Sangiovese to which they complement other authorized red grape varieties. The Vin Santo di Carmignano must age for 3 years in wooden casks and the Riserva version for 4 years.



Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Cartizze DOCG appellation is reserved for wines produced from vineyards grown on the prestigious and famous Cartizze hill, located in the territory of the hamlet of S. Pietro di Barbozza in the municipality of Valdobbiadene. A true and proper cru, which for the quality of the land, the altitude, the exposure and the particular microclimate, has always produced excellent wines. Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Cartizze DOCG sparkling wines are traditionally produced in a dry, soft and enveloping version. They are distinguished by the finesse and intensity of the perfumes and the great aromatic persistence.

Castel del Monte

Castel del Monte DOC is one of the most famous appellations of Apulia and includes the territories of many municipalities in the province of Barletta – Andria – Trani and Bari. The disciplinary provides for many versions including the white based on pampanuto, chardonnay and bombino bianco; the rosé made with Aglianico and the red made with Aglianico, Cabernet and Nero di Troia. Castel del Monte DOC wines have always been appreciated for their finesse and elegance.

Castillon Côtes de Bordeaux



Cava DO is the most famous Spanish appellation for the production of Metodo Classico sparkling wines. The area extends into the Pénedes region, in northeastern Spain, between Girona and Tarragona.Cava DO specification provides for the use of the following white berried grapes: macabeo, xarel-lo, parellada, malvasía, chardonnay and red berried grapes: garnacha tinta, monastrell, pinot noir and trepat. The minimum ageing time on the lees is only 9 months, up to the 30 months of the Gran Riserva.

Central Otago

Cerasuolo d'Abruzzo

Cerasuolo d'Abruzzo DOC appellation is one of the most famous in Italy for the production of rosé wines. The specification establishes the ampelographic base in a minimum of 85% of Montepulciano, with a possible balance of 15% of other non-aromatic red berried grapes authorized in Abruzzo. The production area extends to the provinces of Chieti, L'Aquila, Pescara and Teramo. The vines must be planted at an altitude that does not exceed 500 meters above sea level, excluding insufficient sunny or damp soils at the bottom of the valley. Although it is possible to find the presence of several subareas characterized by slightly different characteristics, the Cerasuolo d'Abruzzo DOC appellation wine is generally characterized by an exclusive cherry pink color - in Abruzzo "cerase" - more or less full, the result of a short maceration in contact with the skins of Montepulciano grapes. The nose opens with a distinctive aroma of red fruit and cherry which in the Superiore version is enriched with more complex and evolved hints with spicy hints. On the palate it is a fresh and flowing wine but at the same time full-bodied and structured, with a pleasantly almondy aftertaste. It is excellent in combination with the classic fish broth.

Cerasuolo di Vittoria

Cerasuolo di Vittoria is the only Sicilian wine that can boast the DOCG recognition. It is produced in south-eastern Sicily, in the area overlooking the Gulf of Gela, with the classic grapes of the area: Nero d'Avola (50–70%) and frappato (30–50%). Cerasuolo di Vittoria DOCG is an elegant and refined red, Mediterranean and sunny, perfect in combinations at the table with the local cuisine.



Chablis is a French still white wine AOC (Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée - Controlled Designation of Origin) produced in the Burgundy region with Chardonnay grapes, the native grape of the area, best known and exported in the world. The production area of Chablis is located 100 kilometers from the main area of Burgundy and the white wines from this terroir of excellence are characterized by their freshness, marked acidity and minerality. Traditionally, fermentation and ageing take place in steel tanks, preserving the fresh varietal character of the Chardonnay grape. Some producers instead prefer to vinify and refine the Chablis in oak barrels, obtaining a rounder white wine, with vanilla and toasted notes. Since the grape from which Chablis is produced, Chardonnay, best expresses its potential in cool climatic areas, the wines produced in this area of Burgundy are unmatched anywhere else in the world. The origins of Chablis are very ancient. Although the cultivation of the vine in this area is due to the Romans, it is not possible to say that the wines produced at the time were whites made from Chardonnay grapes. This is why the history of Chablis officially begins in 510 AD, thanks to the contribution of the monastic orders who began to cultivate Chardonnay in Chablis. A central role in the development and spread of Chablis in Paris was played by the monks of Tours. The threat of Viking invasions forced them to move to Auxerre, an area well connected to Paris thanks to the presence of a river port. From the mid-15th century the wines of Chablis also reached England and Flanders. However, in the early 1600s, the invasion of the Huguenots and the destruction of the vineyards in the area caused an abrupt halt to the production and trade of Chablis . The recovery was slow and difficult, further aggravated starting in 1886 due to the arrival of powdery mildew and phylloxera, responsible for the definitive collapse of the production of Chablis wines. This continuous production collapse continued until 1950. The wine region of Chablis had been overwhelmed by history, the flourishing production of Chardonnay-based wines was now a distant memory of the past, when luck returned and an extraordinary rebirth started from Chablis wine that in recent decades has converted it into the world reference point for wines made from Chardonnay grapes. Petit Chablis Petit Chablis AOC is a still white wine produced with Chardonnay grapes coming mainly from vineyards cultivated in the plains. It is a ready-to-drink wine, perfect to be consumed young in combination with daily meals. It is characterized by its freshness, it is simple and delicate but at the same time perfect for understanding the true nature of the wines of the Chablis region. Chablis Grand Cru Chablis Grand Cru AOC is the highest category in the classification of Chablis wines and is reserved only for wines produced with Chardonnay grapes from 7 vineyards throughout Burgundy: Blanchots, Bougros, Grenouilles, Les Clos, Les Preuses, Valmur and Vaudésir. These are vineyards grown mainly on soils composed of gypsum and fossil deposits, the soil responsible for the marked minerality and acidity of the Chablis Grand Cru. The characteristic of these Chablis is the presence on the label of the name of the vineyard of origin and the absence of the name of the village. What are the characteristics of the Chablis grape? Chablis is a wine produced with Chardonnay grapes, a French native white grape variety, originally from Burgundy. The Chardonnay vine has a medium leaf, a compact cluster of medium size and cylindrical or conical shape and small, spheroidal-shaped berries, with a thin green-yellow skin and rich in bloom. Today, Chardonnay is one of the most cultivated white grape varieties in the world thanks to its extraordinary ability to adapt to the land and to acclimatize in profoundly different geographical areas. Chardonnay is grown in New Zealand, Israel, Australia, California, Chile, Argentina and of course in Italy. Chardonnay is a vine characterized by an early bud break, which is why it is essential to choose the right time for its harvest, since an excessive ripening of the grapes would generate a wine devoid of its natural acidity. Chardonnay is a widely used grape for sparkling wine and is characterized by its excellent ageing capacity. It gives rise to straw-yellow wines, has a sweet and fruity aroma and a very elegant flavor. Discover the best selection of Chablis and Chardonnay wines on What are the best Chablis wine - food pairings? Chablis is a fresh and mineral white wine, perfect for an aperitif based on salmon or oysters. It is excellent to combine with fish dishes and white meat dishes, fresh cheeses, vegetable soups and eggs. If you have an elegant dinner in mind, let yourself be overwhelmed by the aromatic notes of Chablis. Discover the best selection on Chablis classifications Chablis wines can be classified into 4 categories, from the least prestigious to the most prestigious: Petit Chablis AOC, Chablis AOC, Chablis Premier Cru AOC and Chablis Grand Cru AOC. 80% of Chablis production falls into the Petit Chablis and Chablis category. The wines that fall into the Chablis Premier Cru AOC category come from a selection of 40 vineyards throughout the appellation, while the wines that fall into the AOC Grand Cru category come from a selection of only seven vineyards throughout Burgundy: Blanchots, Bougros, Grenouilles, Les Clos, Les Preuses, Valmur and Vaudésir and are considered the finest wines of Chablis. On you will find the best selection of Chablis. Discover the Chablis AOC Domaine de Vauroux, the Petit Chablis AOC Pas Si Petit La Chablisienne, the Chablis Premier Cru Vaucoupin AOC Domaine Michaut or the fine Domaine Laroche, Chablis Grand Cru AOC, Blanchot Reserve de l'Obedience. Discover the best selection of Chablis on


Chambolle – Musigny AOC is a famous appellation from Burgundy, in particular from the Côte de Nuits, where important and famous red wines are produced almost exclusively Premier Cru from Pinot Noir grapes. Among the best known Premier Cru are that of Les Amoureuses and Les Charmes. The region also produces a small percentage of white wines based on Chardonnay grapes, inside the prestigious Musigny vineyard, which has accompanied Chambolle in the name of the appellation since 1882. Chambolle – Musigny AOC wines are particularly appreciated for the finesse, elegance, complexity and aromatic intensity of their bouquet.


Champagne AOC appellation is without doubt the best known and most famous in the world. The appellation is shared across several areas with different characteristics, each of which is famous for the cultivation of a specific grape variety: the Montagne de Reims area is famous for Pinot Noir, the Côte des Blancs and Côte de Sézanne for Chardonnay, the Vallée de la Marne for Pinot Meunier and the southernmost area of the Côte de Bar for Pinot Noir. The Champagne terroir Champagne owes the celebrity of its wines to many factors and one of these is certainly its unique terroir. In general, the soil of Champagne is characterised by limestone-clay marl with a robust chalk content. And it is precisely the deep chalk layer of the subsoil that constitutes the richness of this territory. The Champagne region represents the extreme limit of vine cultivation in the north and the white colour of the chalk reflects the gentle heat from the sun and transfers it to the plants. It also acts as a major water resource, draining the surface of the vines and retaining water deep underground for dry periods. Metodo Classico, Champenoise or Champagne: the production method The success of the wines of this region stems from the production method of Champagne, the first wine to use the technique of re-fermentation in the bottle, which later became knows at the 'méthode champenoise' or 'Metodo Classico'. Thanks to this process, still wines, to which a syrup of yeasts and sugars known as 'liqueur de tirage' is added, undergo a second fermentation in the bottle, which produces carbon dioxide and leads to the formation of the precious bubbles. Once the period of maturation on lees, which are removed from the wine by dégorgement, is over, the bottle is filled up with a mixture called "liqueur d'expédition", containing old wines and a quantity of sugar that determines the final dosage of the cuvée: Pas Dosé, Extra Brut, Extra Dry, Sec, Demi Sec or Doux. The exact composition of the blend, which contributes to the so-called 'goût maison', is a secret jealously guarded by each producer. What are the elements that contribute to the success of Champagne? It can be said that the extraordinary terroir is the first element of Champagne's success. It is also thanks to the tradition of a centuries-old culture and the art of blending the three main grape varieties used that this sparkling wine has become the bubbly par excellence. Of the grape varieties that can make up a blend, Pinot Noir gives structure, Chardonnay gives finesse and elegance and Pinot Meunier gives a fruity touch. A skilfully composed blend results in wines of great charm and taste balance. The most traditional Champagne blends of the great Maisons often involve similar percentages of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay, but there is no shortage of different blends, especially in the case of small producers who have their vineyards in one area. We can speak of "Blanc de Blancs" when a champagne is made from white grapes only, of "Blanc de Noirs" if it is made from red grapes only, of Rosé if there is a slight soaking on the skins or the addition of a small percentage of red wine.




Chianti has ancient and deep roots. The term “Chianti” appears for the first time in the documents of the Datini di Prato archive, to indicate a special type of wine. In medieval times the name referred to "wine of Florence" and only in the seventeenth century, with the intensification of trade, was it officially recognized as a typical wine of the area. Choosing to drink Chianti means choosing a wine with a prestigious past, which is the essence of a territory loved all over the world. Chianti is produced in the provinces of Florence, Siena, Arezzo, Pisa, Pistoia and Prato, treasures of beauty and guardians of the “know how to make wine”. According to the area of origin, Chianti wine can be called: "Colli Aretini", "Colli Fiorentini", "Colli Senesi", "Colline Pisane", "Montalbano", "Montespertoli" and "Rufina". The Chianti region has a unique landscape, characterized by rolling hills and terraces of unmistakable vineyards, which have become a symbol of the most authentic Tuscany. In this context of beauty one of the most loved wines in the world is born, which owes its peculiarities to the Sangiovese grapes and the unique terroir that characterizes the production area. In a glass of Chianti, notes of cherry and undergrowth predominate, freshness, elegance and depth. We can't wait to let you discover the best Chianti wines on! Chianti, Chianti Classico and Chianti Classico Riserva: the differences Chianti and Chianti Classico are among the most famous types of red wine in the world. Unlike Chianti, Chianti Classico can only be obtained in the original Chianti production area: a territory that includes the municipalities of San Casciano Val di Pesa, Greve in Chianti, Tavarnelle in Val di Pesa, Poggibonsi, Barberino Val d'Elsa. , Castellina in Chianti, Radda in Chianti, Gaiole in Chianti and Castelnuovo Berardenga. Chianti Classico DOCG can in turn be either a Riserva or a Gran Selezione vintage, depending on the ageing period to which it is subjected. The vintage Chianti Classico is the young expression of the typology. It is a product characterized by a slender and fragrant body. It is so versatile that it can be combined with numerous gastronomic proposals, an Italian best seller. The apex of Chianti production is represented by the Chianti Classico Riserva and the Chianti Classico Gran Selezione, wines with longer ageings, which represent an intense and full-bodied interpretation of Sangiovese and capable of showing great evolutionary capacity and fantastic longevity. In organoleptic and gustatory terms, compared to the vintage Chianti Classico, the Chianti Classico Riserva expresses greater aromatic complexity, with toasted and vanilla notes that are even more intensified in the Chianti Classico Gran Selezione version. Discover the best selection of Chianti Classico on Does white Chianti exist or is it just a red wine? Traditionally, Chianti is associated with soft hills outlined by rows of Sangiovese and other red berried grapes from which intense and full-bodied wines originate. This association is correct because Chianti is a red wine. However, the Chianti area is also cultivated with white grape varieties, an example is the Torricella, IGT Toscana, by Barone Ricasoli, a white that is born in vineyards located on the Sienese hills. It is mainly produced with Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc grapes and has a rich and complex structure, which expresses its typically Tuscan character. The color is straw yellow, has a bouquet of citrus notes balanced by vanilla notes and fruity nuances. In the mouth it is fresh and pleasant, full and structured. It can be drunk young, but it is also suitable for a long ageing. Is Chianti a still or sparkling wine? Chianti is known for being a still, full-bodied wine with great ageing potential. There are no sparkling wines belonging to the Chianti appellation. You will be pleased to discover this interesting historical parenthesis set between 1834 and 1837. During those years, Baron Bettino Ricasoli gave birth to the Chianti Government for the Tuscan use, a pleasantly sparkling red wine that is ready to drink. This type of vinification consists in harvesting the ripest part of the Sangiovese bunch in advance and leaving it on the racks until drying. Once pressed, the grapes produce a must which, added to the wine that has finished fermentation, starts a second fermentation which gives the wine a fresh effervescence. Today, according to the production disciplinary, this type of vinification cannot be performed to produce Chianti wine. What to combine with Chianti? Have you just been in Chianti, have you stocked up on to organize your return dinner and don't know what food-wine combinations to propose? Again, your trusted online sommelier has all the answers to your questions. Let's start with the characteristics of Chianti. Sangiovese has a fruity profile enhanced by balsamic notes, especially in the Riserva version it has a marked acidity and lively tannin, which prolongs its persistence. It is harmonious and full-bodied. Ageing in wood contributes to its structure and makes it suitable for first courses with meat sauce and second courses with meat, even grilled. To accompany Chianti, there is nothing better than Florentine steak, tagliata or beef. Chianti is also perfect to combine with aged cheeses. One last recommendation from your trusted online sommelier: always keep your bottle of Chianti away from light or heat sources, so as not to alter its organoleptic properties. Now choose your favorite Chianti!

Chianti Classico

Chianti Classico DOCG is one of the most famous Italian wines in the world. It is produced in the hilly area of a few municipalities in the provinces of Siena and Florence, which represent the historic and oldest area of Chianti viticulture. It comes from Sangiovese grapes, at least 80%, and from a possible balance of other red berried grapes authorized in the Tuscany region. It is a red with a good structure, with a nice tannic texture and balanced freshness. Perfect with local cuisine.


Château Chalon



Wines from a vast area that extends to several municipalities in the province of Salerno can boast the appellation Cilento DOC. The name derives from the Latin cis Alentum, that is "on this side of the Alento", which indicated one of the boundaries that delimited the historic Cilento territory, much less extensive than the current one. The first vines grown in the area dated back to ancient Greece, imported from the Peloponnese coasts. The wines with the Cilento DOC appellation can be both red and rosé, made from Aglianico, Piedirosso and/or Primitivo grapes and only the rosé from Sangiovese, but also white, produced from Fiano, Trebbiano Toscano, Greco and Malvasia grapes. Only the names of the Aglianico and Fiano grapes can be reported on the label, as long as they are present for at least 85% of the total.

Cinque Terre


Cirò DOC wines are obtained in the municipalities of Cirò, Cirò Marina and in part of the territories of Melissa and Crucoli, in the northernmost area of the Crotone. They can be either white, with a percentage of Greco Bianco of at least 80%, or red or rosé, with at least 80% of Gaglioppo grapes to compose them. Superiore red mentions can also be added to red wines, if they have an alcohol content higher than that required by law, Classico if they come from the historical area of the appellation, which corresponds to the municipalities of Cirò and Cirò Marina. The area where Cirò Marina now stands, in particular, coincides with the ancient Greek colony of Cremissa, where the wine called Krimisa was produced, so appreciated as to be donated to the Olympic winning athletes. The Cirò Rosso Superiore and Cirò Classico Superiore red wine can be enriched with the mention Riserva if subjected to an ageing of at least 2 years.

Civitella d'Agliano

The typical geographical indication Civitella d'Aglianico includes the entire territory of the homonymous municipality located in the province of Viterbo, corresponding to the flat area and the hills of the basin of the upper valley of the Tiber river, characterized by soil of volcanic origin. The name of the Malvasia, Sangiovese, Trebbiano, Grechetto and Chardonnay grapes can be indicated on the label if the percentage of grapes present in the wine is equal to or greater than 85%. Two or more grapes may also be indicated provided that the wine is entirely produced with these grapes and that each grape variety is present for at least 15% of the total composition.

Clairette de Die

Clos de Vougeot

Clos des Lambrays

Coastal Region


Colli Berici

Colli Euganei

Colli Maceratesi

Colli Martani

Colli Orientali del Friuli

Colli Pesaresi

Colli Tortonesi

Colli Trevigiani

The production area of Colli Trevigiani IGT concerns the hilly area of the province of Treviso. The most cultivated white grape varieties are glera, pinot grigio, sauvignon, cross Manzoni, while the most used red grape varieties are raboso, merlot, cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc, refosco. The Colli Trevigiani IGT wines are a traditional and typical expression of a territory with great wine making traditions.

Colli del Limbara

Colli della Toscana Centrale

Colli della Toscana Centrale IGT appellation extends over the hilly areas near the Apennines, in the provinces of Arezzo, Florence, Pistoia, Prato and Siena. Colli della Toscana Centrale IGT red and rosé wines are produced with one or more of the following grapes: sangiovese, ciliegiolo, cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc, merlot, pinot noir, canaiolo nero, syrah and gamay. The whites are produced with one or more of the following grape varieties: trebbiano toscano, vernaccia di San Gimignano, chardonnay, pinot blanc, pinot gris, malvasia del Chianti, vermentino, sauvignon e riesling renano.

Colli di Conegliano

Colli di Luni

Colli di Luni DOC appellation concerns the territory of the municipalities around the city of La Spezia and some municipalities in the province of Massa. The whites are mainly produced with vermentino, albarola and possibly with trebbiano toscano. The red Colli di Luni DOC is instead made with Sangiovese. They are very interesting wines, born in the first pre-Apennine hilly area, Mediterranean, fresh and savory.

Colli di Rimini

Colli di Salerno

Colli di Salerno IGT wines are produced in the hilly area of the entire Salerno area. The most used red grape varieties are Aglianico, piedirosso, sciascinoso and primitivo, while the most common white grape varieties are Falanghina, Fiano, Greco and Coda di Volpe. Under the indication Colli di Salerno IGT some wines of Campania of great fame and much appreciated by enthusiasts are produced.

Colli di Scandiano e di Canossa

Colline Lucchesi

Colline Novaresi

Colline Pescaresi

Colline Teatine

Colline del Genovesato


Collio has always been considered an excellent white wine. Already in Roman times, in 238 AD according to Herodian, the Collio region was famous for its "grapes married to apple, pear and fig trees". At the time of the Goths and Lombards, the Collio wine was a real tribute to be collected. It was from 1600, however, that the wines of Collio began to be officially named in some documents, under the name of Ribolla Gialla and Cividino. From the mid-1700s, however, the first great wine-making turning point in the region took place with Giacomo Fabricio, who perfected the terraced cultivation method, the so-called rocs, which provided for the arrangement of 1–2 rows of vines for each terrace. In the second half of the 1800s, Count Teodoro Latour imported French and German grape varieties into the region, inaugurating modern Collio viticulture. After the Second World War, the loss of the territories on the border of Italy caused a real division of the Collio region, the area beyond the Italian border which is now part of Slovenia became Brda. Collio DOC or Goriziano is a wine with a controlled designation of origin since 1968. The production area is a crescent between the Isonzo, Judrio, Gorizia and the border of Italy with Slovenia. It has an extension of 1500 hectares with vineyards between 60 and 270 meters above sea level. The soils of the Collio are of flyschoide nature, a terrain characterized by the presence of sandstone, marl, limestone, potassium and phosphorus, elements that make the soil easily crumbling and that have influenced the terraced viticulture, now typical of the landscape of the area. The vines admitted by the disciplinary for the production of Collio DOC are both white berried, such as Chardonnay, Malvasia Istriana, Müller-Thurgau, Picolit, Pinot bianco, Pinot grigio, Ribolla giallo, Riesling Rhenish and Italic, Sauvignon, Tocai Friulano and aromatic Traminer; both black berried grapes, such as Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Pinot Noir. Depending on the type of grape used, Collio DOC or Goriziano can be of different types: Collio Bianco DOC, Collio Cabernet DOC, Collio Cabernet Franc DOC, Collio Cabernet Sauvignon DOC, Collio Chardonnay DOC, Collio Friulano DOC, Collio Malvasia DOC, Collio Merlot DOC, Collio Müller-Thurgau DOC, Collio Picolit DOC, Collio Pinot Bianco DOC, Collio Pinot Grigio DOC, Collio Pinot Nero DOC, Collio Ribolla Gialla DOC, Collio Riesling DOC, Collio Riesling Italico DOC, Collio Rosso DOC, Collio Sauvignon DOC and Collio Traminer Aromatic DOC. Collio DOC wines obtained from white berried grapes are characterized by a pale straw yellow color, with green or golden reflections. They have particularly fruity scents and a pleasant and soft taste. Collio wines produced with black berried grapes are characterized by their brilliant ruby red color, herbaceous aromas and a round and full-bodied taste. Buy Collio Friulano If you are wondering where and why to buy Collio DOC wines, you will find the answer on In your trusted online wine shop you can choose between Collio wines produced in the most famous wineries in the region or in the small companies of the appellation. To guide you in your choice, we can explain some of the characteristics of these fine white wines. Let's start with the very famous Collio Friulano DOC Tenuta Sant'Helena di Fantinel, a white wine produced with Tocai Friulano grapes from the Vencò vineyards of Gorizia and characterized by clear hints of white flowers and almond. Another great Collio DOC that you can find on is the Collio Sauvignon Blanc DOC Livon, produced with hand-picked Sauvignon grapes, coming from the vineyards of the municipality of Dolegna del Collio and characterized by hints of exotic fruits and aromas of yellow peppers and greens. If, on the other hand, you want to taste a Collio DOC based on Ribolla Gialla grapes, we recommend Borgo Conventi, a white with a pale straw yellow color with floral and fruity aromas, and the Ribolla Gialla Ronco del Frassino. Finally, we also recommend Villa Russiz's Collio Pinot Bianco DOC, a harmonious and enveloping white, with hints of white flowers and aromas of Golden apple. Discover all the proposals on What are the characteristics of Collio wine? Collio DOC wines are wines produced with white or red berried grapes, grown in the area provided for by the production disciplinary. It is an area enclosed between the Isonzo and Judrio rivers, the city of Gorizia and the border with Slovenia. The production of Collio red wine is really minimal if compared to the production of Collio DOC wines obtained from white berried grapes. Collio DOC white wines are particularly fruity and floral, very delicate and soft, with fresh and harmonious almond scents. In the case of red wines, Collio DOCs are wines with intense aromas, herbaceous notes and a savory, pleasant, full-bodied and velvety taste. Discover the characteristics of Collio wines on What are the characteristics of the white wine Collio DOC Friulano? Collio Friulano DOC is a type of white wine from the Collio region, admitted by the production disciplinary. The grapes that can be used to produce this type of Collio are: Friulano (minimum 85%) and other white grape varieties admitted in Friuli Venezia Giulia. Its main characteristics are the straw yellow color tending to golden, a fruity and floral olfactory profile, with hints of Golden apple, almond, pear, yellow peach and chamomile. The taste profile is full-bodied, intense and moderately complex, with a well-balanced acidity. Collio Friulano DOC is perfect to combine with appetizers, fish dishes, shellfish and white meats. Discover the best selection of Collio Friulano DOC on What characterizes Sauvignon Collio DOC? Collio Sauvignon DOC is one of the types of Collio admitted by the production disciplinary. Also in this case it is essential that the grapes used are at least 85% of the Sauvignon type, plus other white grape varieties allowed in Friuli Venezia Giulia. Collio Sauvignon DOC is also characterized by a straw yellow color, a particularly aromatic and delicate olfactory profile and a full and intense gustatory profile. Discover the best selection of Collio Sauvignon DOC on

Colombian Rum

Conca del Riu Anoia


Conero DOCG appellation includes the territory of Ancona, Camerano, Numana, Offagna, Sirolo and in part of the municipalities of Castelfidardo and Osimo. The ampelographic base, also for the reserve, is set at a minimum of 85% of Montepulciano d'Abruzzo, and a maximum of 15% of Sangiovese. Conero DOCG wine must be subjected to an ageing period of at least 2 years. It is an important red that combines structure, power and elegance.

Contea di Sclafani

Contea di Sclafani DOC appellation is found in the inland area of central-western Sicily and includes the territories of numerous municipalities in the provinces of Palermo, Agrigento and Caltanissetta. The specification defines the legislation for the production of white, rosé and red wines. As for the whites of Contea di Sclafani DOC, the most used grapes are inzolia, catarratto, grecanico and grillo; for the rosés and reds Nero d'Avola, Perricone, Nerello Mascalese. For the Rosso Riserva type there is a minimum ageing period of 2 years.

Contessa Entellina

Contessa Entellina DOC appellation is found in the internal area of central western Sicily and includes only the small territory of the municipality of Contessa Entellina in the province of Palermo. The main white grape variety of the territory is inzolia accompanied by catarratto, grecanico, sauvignon, chardonnay, fiano and viognier. The Contessa Entellina DOC rosé and red wines are mainly produced with Nero d'Avola, syrah, cabernet sauvignon, pinot noir and merlot. For the Rosso Riserva type there is a minimum ageing period of 2 years, of which at least 6 months in wooden containers.


Coquimbo Region






Cortona DOC appellation includes the land suitable for viticulture which is located in the hilly area between Arezzo and Lake Trasimeno, in the municipal area of Cortona. Among the white grapes, the most cultivated are the trebbiano toscano, the grechetto, the malvasia bianca, the chardonnay and the sauvignon blanc. While the red Cortona DOC is produced mainly with syrah and to follow merlot, cabernet sauvignon and sangiovese. Syrah Cortona DOC is particularly famous and of a good quality level. The specification also provides for the possibility of producing Vin Santo and Vin Santo Occhio di Pernice. The first must age at least 3 years and the second 5 years, before being put on the market.

Costa Toscana

Costa Toscana IGT encompasses a vast territory along the Tyrrhenian coast, which extends into many municipalities in the provinces of Massa Carrara, Lucca, Pisa, Livorno and Grosseto. Costa Toscana IGT arises from the need of many producers belonging to different areas to claim a common characteristic in the proximity of the production area with the Tyrrhenian coast. The Costa Toscana IGT indication obtained official recognition in 2010. They are wines with a Mediterranean profile, white, rosé, red, late harvest and passito, which express the excellence of a terroir of great value and rich in history.

Costa d'Amalfi

Costa d'Amalfi DOC appellation extends along the coastal strip from Positano to Salerno and includes the three prestigious sub-areas of Furore, Ravello and Tramonti. Areas characterized by steep slopes overlooking the sea with a "heroic" vine cultivation. Costa d'Amalfi DOC white wines are mainly produced with falanghina, biancolella, pepella, ripoli, phenyl, broom. Among the most cultivated red grapes we remember: the piedirosso, the aglianico, the sciascinoso and the tintore. Costa d'Amalfi Rosso DOC, Furore, Ravello or Tramonti, if released for consumption after an ageing period of 2 years, can be defined as Riserva.

Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence

Cremant d'Alsace


Crozes-Hermitage AOC appellation is located in the Vallée du Rhone region and extends over the territory of several municipalities near Crozes-Hermitage and Tain-l'Hermitage. Inside it also includes the famous AOC Hermitage. The climate is typically Mediterranean, with perfectly sunny and south-facing vineyards, always beaten by the fresh Mistral wind. The soils are quite varied, consisting of granites or terraces of fluvial origin with sandy deposits and pebbles depending on the area. The red wines are produced with the syrah grape, a French native born from the spontaneous cross between the Savoia mondeuse blanche grape and the dureza variety, originally from Ardeche. The Rhône Valley syrah offers intense and rich wines, with a characteristic spicy note. Crozes-Hermitage AOC white wines are mainly produced with two typical grapes of the area, Marsanne and Roussanne.

Crémant d'Alsace

Crémant de Bordeaux

Crémant de Bourgogne

Crémant de Loire

Crémant de Savoie

Crémant di Bordeaux

Crémant du Jura




Côteaux Bourguignons

Côtes de Bordeaux

Côtes de Bordeaux AOC is one of the most important appellations in the Region, covering an area of over 10,000 hectares and producing 500,000 hectoliters of wine per year (97% red). Côtes de Bordeaux AOC was established in 2007 and gathers the territories of Blaye, Cadillac, Castillon and Francs. The red grapes grown are the classics of the Bordeaux area: mainly Merlot, followed by Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Malbec. Among the white grape varieties, sauvignon blanc and sémillon are grown.

Côtes de Provence

Côtes de Provence AOC is an important appellation in the south of France where white, red and famous rosé wines are produced. It covers three departments: Var, Bouches du Rhône and Alpes Maritimes and represents in terms of quantity almost 75% of the wine produced throughout the Provence region. The traditional grapes of the south of France are mainly cultivated such as: grenache noir, syrah, cinsault, carignan, clairette, sémillon. The wines of the Côtes de Provence AOC appellation generally express a Mediterranean, sunny and harmonious profile.

Côtes du Jura

Côtes du Rhône

Côtes du Rhône AOC is a regional appellation, which includes all the wines produced in the vast territory of the Vallée du Rhône. The specification of the Côtes du Rhône AOC provides for the production of white, rosé and red wines. Most of the production comes from the southernmost area of the appellation, with a Mediterranean climate, mitigated by the proximity of the sea. The most cultivated grapes are red berried ones, in particular: grenache, syrah, cinsault and carignan. They are pleasantly harmonious, warm and intense red wines. The whites, on the other hand, are produced with grenache blanc, roussanne, marsanne, bourboulenc, clairette and viogner. They are fresh wines, with a rich and harmonious bouquet, typically Mediterranean.

Côtes du Rhône Villages

Côtes du Roussillon

Côtés de Jura

Delle Venezie

Delle Venezie IGT is an interregional Typical Geographical Indication that concerns the territories of the provinces of Trento (Trentino-Alto Adige), Gorizia, Pordenone, Trieste and Udine (Friuli-Venezia Giulia), Belluno, Padua, Rovigo, Treviso, Venice, Verona and Vicenza (Veneto). The origin of the name Delle Venezie IGT derives from the expression historically used to indicate the three regions of the north-east: Tre Venezie. It is an area that can boast ancient traditions, which date back to the age of the ancient Romans, carried on under the dominion of the Serenissima and then of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Generally they are wines of a high quality level, which are born in very suitable terroirs. The grapes used are the classic ones of the north-east area.


Dogliani DOCG appellation extends over the territories of numerous municipalities located east of the city of Cuneo, towards the border with Liguria. The ampelographic basis for the Dogliani DOCG also Superiore is defined in purity dolcetto. The Superiore version must be subjected to a minimum ageing period of 12 months. Dogliani DOCG represents one of the great excellences of Piedmontese reds. It is a full-bodied wine, with a nice tannic texture and balanced acidity. It expresses pleasant fruity bouquets and has an interesting ductility in the combinations at the table, both with first and second courses of white or red meat.

Dolcetto d'Alba

Dolcetto d'Alba DOC appellation includes the territory of numerous municipalities and extends into the hilly area of the Langhe. The ampelographic base of Dolcetto d'Alba DOC, also Superiore, is set by the disciplinary in 100% Dolcetto grapes. For the Superiore version there is a minimum ageing period of 12 months. Dolcetto d'Alba DOC is a red of the great Piedmontese tradition, particularly appreciated for its adaptability in combinations at the table, both with first and second courses of white or red meat.





Emilia IGT wines are produced in the territories of the provinces of Ferrara, Modena, Parma, Piacenza, Reggio Emilia and in part of the province of Bologna. Emilia IGT regulates the production of white, red and rosé wines, mainly made with the following grape varieties: alionza, ancellotta, cabernet sauvignon, chardonnay, fortana, lambrusco, aromatic malvasia di Candia, malbo gentile, white malvasia di Candia, merlot, montu ', pignoletto, sangiovese, sauvignon blanc and trebbiano. It is a vast area with ancient traditions, which in the hilly areas expresses interesting wines with a distinctly territorial profile.

Erbaluce di Caluso


Etna DOC appellation has been experiencing a period of great fame for several years, even at an international level. The Etna DOC area includes the territory of the Municipalities of Aci S. Antonio, Acireale, Belpasso, Biancavilla, Castiglione, Giarre, Linguaglossa, Mascali, Milo, Nicolosi, Paternò, Pedara, Piedimonte, Randazzo, S. Alfio, S. Maria of Licodia, S. Venerina, Trecastagni, Viagrande and Zafferana. The mainly cultivated grapes are the autochthonous ones of the territory: the nerello mascalese, the nerello cappo and the carricante. The wines of the appellation are distinguished by great finesse and elegance and are to be counted among the best excellences of Sicily.

Falanghina del Sannio


Falerno del Massico


Faro DOC appellation includes the territory of the municipality of Messina and represents a small excellence, which produces high quality wines. The ampelographic basis is set by the disciplinary in nerello mascalese (45/60%), nerello cappo (5/10%), nocera (5/10%) and a possible balance of a maximum of 15% Nero d'Avola, gaglioppo, montonico nero or sangiovese. Faro DOC wine must undergo a mandatory ageing period of at least one year before being put on the market. It is a complex and elegant red with great tradition and personality.

Fiano di Avellino

Fiano di Avellino DOCG is one of the most ancient white wines of southern Italy. The production area is located in the territories surrounding the city of Avellino, a hilly and mountainous area with a cool climate, perfect for growing white berried grapes. The ampelographic base is defined in a minimum of 85% of fiano, with a possible 15% of greco and/or coda di volpe bianco and/or trebbiano toscano. Fiano di Avellino DOCG is an elegant, intense and complex wine, with good structure and aromatic persistence. It is a white with a good propensity to ageing with an evolution towards interesting tertiary notes.




Franciacorta is among the most representative areas of Italian bubbles in the world. This prestigious wine area extends from Lake Iseo to Brescia. The wines of Franciacorta are produced with the international chardonnay, pinot noir and pinot blanc grapes, which have found in this area the right terroir for an ideal ripening, and with a highly appreciated native grape: the erbamat. To make Franciacorta sparkling, the Metodo Classico is used, consequently the second fermentation takes place in the bottle. In this area, the Metodo Classico is called the Franciacorta Method. There are five types: Franciacorta, Satèn, Rosé, Millesimato and Riserva, with different sugar dosages able to satisfy all palates: Pas Dosé, Extra Brut, Brut, Extra Dry, Dry. The distinctive characteristics of Franciacorta are elegance and finesse, together with freshness and harmony. The wineries that populate the area are modern, with cutting-edge winemaking systems. Few sparkling wines like Franciacorta are able to tell the territory in a glass. The soil is of glacial origin, rich in morainic stones that accumulate heat during the day, to gradually release it at night, maintaining the optimal temperature for the vines. The gravelly component, on the other hand, contributes to the drainage of water and guarantees an ideal environment for the plant's roots. It is difficult not to appreciate the Franciacorta type, it is impossible not to find your own label among those available in the selection that your online wine shop has prepared for you. Welcome to Franciacorta! Buy Franciacorta online Buying Franciacorta on means choosing from many available labels. Identifying the best ones online seems easy but it is not, for this reason your trusted wine shop recommends the historical jewels, represented by Ca 'del Bosco, icon of the magical terroir of Franciacorta, different year after year, but always representative of the production philosophy of the 'agency. Another great excellence is the Franciacorta Brut DOCG Grande Cuvée Alma Bellavista, where the name Alma, from the Latin means "she who nourishes". Furthermore, how can we not recommend Guido Berlucchi wines, a pioneer and representative of Franciacorta since the 1950s. Selection, respect and appreciation are instead the values shared by the long-bearded engineer-architect Angelo Martinazzi, who in 1988 bought a plot on the slopes of Monte Orfano, in the Brescia area. You can also choose from the elegant Ferghettina wines, a company located in the sunny hills at the foot of the Alps, or from the intense and sophisticated wines of Corte alle Stelle. Whichever label you choose, is ready to make you live the Franciacorta experience in the most authentic way and at the most affordable prices. What are the best wines of Franciacorta? If you are wondering which are the best wines of Franciacorta, you are in the right place. The great Italian and international critics have expressed themselves in this sense, which is why we will list the best proposals available on The must among the labels bears the name of the father of this wine area, or Berlucchi, who at the time was known for still wines. The idea of creating French-inspired wines, with the determination that distinguishes Italian know-how, is his. If you have a special occasion in mind, you cannot miss the Bellavista wines: power and elegance in a single brand. The success of Franciacorta in the world is due to Cà del Bosco, born in the years of Berlucchi and protagonist of the "Italian wine renaissance". Among the best of the Franciacorta type, it is also impossible not to mention the Satèn for their softness of taste, the creamy perlage and long persistence. The Millesimati are also of great prestige. A Millesimato sparkling wine is produced with at least 85% of the grapes coming from the same vintage. This is one of the best types of Franciacorta wine and represents the maximum expression of a specific harvest. The best cuvée and vintage wines of Franciacorta can only be found on! What are the main characteristics of Franciacorta wines? The main characteristics of Franciacorta wines are the straw yellow or bright golden color, the elegant and persistent bubbles, an olfactory profile of great finesse and a mineral, fresh, savory and harmonious palate. The grapes that are included in the Franciacorta blend are chardonnay, pinot noir, used for the production of Millesimati and Riserva, pinot bianco and erbamat, an ancient native grape, admitted for the production of Franciacorta DOCG. Together, these grapes express unique olfactory and gustatory characteristics, made of berries, apple and bread crust. Franciacorta, Millesimato and Franciacorta Riserva have different complexities that increase according to the periods of maturation and ageing. You will also be amazed by the characteristic silkiness of Franciacorta Satèn and Franciacorta Rosé. Where are the wineries of Franciacorta located? Franciacorta is located in the heart of Lombardy and extends over an area of 200 square kilometers, including 19 municipalities in the Province of Brescia. Here, beautiful countryside and landscapes form architectures embroidered by vineyards and sunny hills. Franciacorta overlooks the shores of Lake Iseo, in an amphitheater that arose naturally following the retreat of the glaciers, 10,000 years ago. The prestigious wineries of Franciacorta have been committed for years to maintaining a very high quality standard, so much so that Franciacorta has been one of the most popular areas for wine lovers from all over the world. Every single winery is a world made up of art, territory and production of excellence.



Friuli Colli Orientali

Friuli Colli Orientali DOC appellation represents one of the most suitable Italian areas for the production of quality white wines. Friuli Colli Orientali DOC includes the territory of the municipalities of Attimis, Buttrio, the eastern part of Cividale, Corno di Rosazzo, Faedis, Manzano, Nimis, Povoletto, Premariacco, Prepotto, S. Giovanni al Natisone, S. Pietro al Natisone, Tarcento and Torreano in the province of Udine. It also includes the sub-areas of Cialla, Ribolla Gialla di Rosazzo, Pignolo di Rosazzo, Schioppettino di Prepotto and Refosco di Faedis. For the production of the famous whites of Collio, the most used grapes, in purity or in blend, are: malvasia, pinot bianco, pinot grigio, ribolla giallo, friulano, verduzzo, picolit, sauvignon blanc and chardonnay. The reds are mainly produced with refosco, schioppettino, pignolo, tazzelenghe, cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon and merlot.

Friuli Colli Orientali DOC

Friuli Grave

Friuli Grave DOC wines are produced in a large territory of Friuli, in the province of Udine and Pordenone, basically characterized by soils of alluvial origin, draining and rich in pebbles and stones, which have proved to be very suitable for the cultivation of vines and in particular for the red grape varieties. The red grape varieties historically present and which have best adapted to the terroir are cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc, merlot, carmenère and refosco. White berried grapes are also grown with good results: pinot grigio, pinot bianco, verduzzo, friulano, chardonnay and sauvignon blanc.

Friuli Isonzo

Friuli Orientali




Gavi or Cortese di Gavi DOCG is an appellation that groups white wines obtained from 100% Cortese grapes and produced exclusively in Piedmont, in the southern part of the province of Alessandria. The name of the Cortese grape derives from an ancient legend, that of the "courteous" and beautiful princess Gavia, the daughter of the king of the Franks, Clodomiro, who married in secret and settled in Gavi to escape the king. Gavi wines can be classified into 5 types: The Gavi or Cortese di Gavi tranquillo DOCG, a white wine, still and dry, obtained from 100% Cortese grapes, with a straw yellow color, delicate aromas and a balanced and harmonious palate. The Gavi or Cortese di Gavi sparkling DOCG, a sparkling and dry white wine, produced with 100% Cortese grapes and characterized by elegant bubbles and a fresh and pleasant palate. The Gavi or Cortese di Gavi sparkling DOCG, a dry sparkling white wine, with an elegant and persistent perlage and a crunchy and harmonious palate. The Gavi or Cortese di Gavi Riserva DOCG, a white wine, still and dry, which is aged for 12 months, of which you are in the bottle. It has a more or less intense straw yellow color, a delicate smell and a pleasant and dry taste. The Gavi or Cortese di Gavi Riserva Spumante Metodo Classico DOCG, a dry white wine of the Spumante type, obtained with the Metodo Classico, which requires two years of ageing, of which eighteen months of permanence on the lees in the bottle. It has an elegant and persistent foam, a delicate scent and a harmonious flavor. Buy Gavi or Cortese di Gavi DOCG On you can buy the best selection of Gavi or Cortese di Gavi DOCG wines online. This white wine is well known among white wine lovers, for its delicate and fresh scents and for its harmonious and balanced notes. By visiting, you will be able to discover various producers of the 11 Municipalities of the province of Alessandria where it is possible to grow Cortese grapes, for the production of Gavi DOCG. Does the Gavi of the Municipality of Gavi Vino Rosso exist? No, the Gavi or Cortese di Gavi DOCG is an appellation that groups only white wines, produced with 100% Cortese grapes, a native Piedmontese white grape variety, cultivated since 1700. Which dishes can be combined with Gavi or Cortese di Gavi DOCG? Gavi or Cortese di Gavi is perfect to combine with fish and vegetable dishes. It goes perfectly with first courses, fries and fish and vegetable tempura. It also goes well with vegetarian and fish-based risottos.

Getariako Txakolina


The Gevrey – Chambertin AOC appellation is located in Burgundy and more specifically in the northern area of the Côte de Nuits. Gevrey – Chambertin AOC extends over a hilly area of about 400 hectares, with altitudes between 150 and 350 meters above sea level. It is a particularly valuable area and famous for the production of red wines based on pinot noir, within it you can count as many as 9 Grand Cru, 26 climatized areas classified as Premier Cru, as well as numerous Appellations Villages. The pinot noir of Gevrey – Chambertin AOC are particularly appreciated for their gustatory balance, their fullness and aromatic complexity.



Gioia del Colle

Gioia del Colle DOC is one of the most important appellations of Apulia. It extends in the hinterland of Bari, in particular in the municipalities of Acquaviva delle Fonti, Adelfia, Casamassima, Cassano delle Murge, Castellana Grotte, Conversano, Gioia del Colle, Grumo Appula, Noci, Putignano, Rutigliano, Sammichele di Bari, Sannicandro di Bari , Santeramo in Colle, Turi and Altamura. It is an area characterized by limestone soils and a Mediterranean climate, mitigated by the breezes of the nearby Adriatic Sea. Among the red grape varieties, the most cultivated are primitivo, negroamaro, montepulciano, sangiovese and malvasia nera. The primitive grape has proved particularly suitable for the terroir, and in Gioia del Colle it is expressed with wines characterized by great finesse and elegance.

Grappa Trentina


Greco di Tufo

Greco di Tufo is a wine with a Controlled and Guaranteed Designation of Origin, produced in Campania in various municipalities in the province of Avellino: Tufo, Altavilla Irpina, Chianche, Montefusco, Prata di Principato Ultra, Petruro Irpino, Santa Paolina and Torrioni. Greco di Tufo can be of two types: Greco di Tufo Bianco and Greco di Tufo Spumante. In both cases, these are white wines that can only be obtained from the Greco Bianco (minimum 85%) and Coda di Volpe bianca (maximum 15%) grapes. The Greco grape has ancient origins, coming from Magna Graecia, it lived an era of great splendor during the Roman Empire and still today it is one of the most important grape varieties in Campania. Greco di Tufo Bianco is a still white wine, with a straw yellow color, particularly fruity and floral. It is a wine with intense aromas, with hints of apple, jasmine, yellow peach and almonds. Greco di Tufo Bianco is a pleasant and harmonious wine, with balanced acidity, excellent freshness and elegance. The Greco di Tufo Spumante can be of two types: extra brut and brut. Produced only with Greco Bianco and Coda di Volpe Bianca grapes, the sparkling process takes place with the Metodo Classico (refermentation in the bottle) and with an ageing on the lees for at least 36 months. It has a fine perlage and a crunchy bubble, perfect for aperitifs in company. Buy Greco di TufoYou can buy the best Greco di Tufo DOCG wines on We have chosen the most important and interesting realities to offer you the best selection available online. Feudi di San Gregorio, Benito Ferrara, Mastroberardino are just some of the producers present in your favorite online wine shop. If you are looking for a fresh and intense white wine, with character and elegance at the same time, Greco di Tufo is the wine for you. Greco di Tufo is an indispensable wine, you cannot miss this white from Campania which, aged in wood, takes on an extraordinary body, becoming even more structured both on the nose and on the palate. Discover the best selection of Greco di Tufo Bianco and Greco di Tufo Spumante on Which dishes go best with Greco di Tufo? Greco di Tufo Bianco is perfect to combine with fish-based dishes, soups and shellfish, fish-based first courses, white meats and fresh cheeses. Greco di Tufo Spumante can be tasted with aperitifs or paired with appetizers of all kinds. What is the taste of Greco di Tufo? Greco di Tufo Bianco has a fresh and fruity flavor. The flavor and pleasantness that characterize it are balanced with a good body and excellent acidity. Greco di Tufo Spumante is savory and elegant, pleasant and harmonious.What are the characteristics of Greco di Tufo? The characteristics of Greco di Tufo are the intense aromas of apple and peach, the floral scents of sage and jasmine and the citrus notes. Greco di Tufo is a unique wine, the Greek grape from which it is produced is in fact one of the oldest native white grape varieties in southern Italy.

Grenadian Rum

Grignolino d'Asti

Grignolino del Monferrato Casalese

Grignolino d’Asti



Haut – Médoc AOC, is located south of the Médoc appellation and covers an area of 4,800 hectares. Its territory includes 6 appellations of great prestige: Margaux, Moulis, Listrac, Saint-Julien, Pauillac and Saint-Estèphe. The soils are characterized by soils rich in pebbles, which rest on a clay-limestone substrate. The most cultivated grapes are cabernet sauvignon, merlot, cabernet franc, petit verdot and malbec. Only red wines are produced, which have a great ageing potential. When young, Haut – Médoc AOC wines have important tannins and reach their maturity only after many years of ageing, to become excellence of absolute level. They express a bouquet of great complexity and aromatic depth, with important body and structure. The red wines of the Haut – Médoc AOC are among the most famous and sought after wines in the world.




The Hermitage AOC appellation is a small appellation of only 135 hectares located in the Vallée du Rhone. A splendid hill that rises on the left bank of the Rhone, famous for centuries for the absolute quality of its wines based on syrah. One of the mythical places in the history of European viticulture, linked to ancient legends, which have created its charm and allure. Hermitage AOC is famous for its Syrahs, considered among the best in the world. They are elegant and powerful wines, very harmonious and complex with the typical spicy note of the grape. In addition to reds, Hermitage also produces interesting white wines with Marsanne and Roussanne, which express intense aromas of apricot, ripe yellow fruit, honey and dried fruit.

Irish Whiskey


Irpinia DOC appellation includes all the areas dedicated to the cultivation of vines in the administrative territory of the province of Avellino. The specification provides for the production of white wines mainly with grapes: greco, fiano, coda di volpe, falanghina and red wines, with the grapes: aglianico and sciascinoso. Thanks to the hilly and mountainous soils, the cool climate with considerable temperature ranges, the poor soils particularly suitable for the cultivation of vines, Irpinia DOC wines are appreciated for their aromatic intensity and strong territorial connotation, which makes them real excellences of Southern oenology.


Isola dei Nuraghi

The production area of Isola dei Nuraghi IGT includes the whole territory of the Sardinia region. The legislation of Isola dei Nuraghi IGT wines provides for the production of white, rosé and red wines, with grapes from one or more, suitable for cultivation in the Sardinia Region. The grape varieties mainly used are native Sardinian ones, both white and red: vermentino, nuragus, nasco, cannonau, carignano, monica and cagnulari. They are wines of great personality, typical, Mediterranean and with a strong territorial connotation.

Isole Baleari

Isole Cicladi

Jamaica Rum

Japanese Whisky




Lacrima di Morro d'Alba

Lacrima di Morro d'Alba DOC appellation is an excellence of the Marche, which was born in a small area in the province of Ancona. The production area is limited to the municipalities of Belvedere Ostrense, Monte S. Vito, Morro d'Alba, Ostra, S. Marcello and Senigallia. As for the ampelographic base, also for the upper and passito versions, the specification requires the use of a minimum of 85% of tear, with a possible balance of up to 15% of other red berried grapes authorized in the Marche. Lacrima di Morro d'Alba DOC is a wine of ancient traditions, which is produced exclusively in the Marche region with the autochthonous grape variety of the same name. Its characteristics are very particular. It is a delicate and gentle red, with a bouquet with floral aromas, a harmonious and balanced sip, with light tannins and pleasant freshness.

Lacrima di Morro d’Alba

Lago di Caldaro


Lambrusco Emilia

Lambrusco Grasparossa

Lambrusco Grasparossa di Castelvetro

Lambrusco di Sorbara

Lambrusco di Sorbara DOC is one of the best regional excellences of Emilia Romagna. It is produced in the municipalities of Bastiglia, Bomporto, Nonantola, Ravarino, San Prospero and part of the municipalities of Campogalliano, Camposanto, Carpi, Castelfranco Emilia, Modena, San Cesario sul Panaro, Soliera, in the province of Modena. For the production of Lambrusco di Sorbara DOC , the disciplinary provides for an ampelographic base with a minimum of 60% of Lambrusco di Sorbara and a maximum of 40% of Lambrusco Salamino. The grapes of other Lambrusco wines can contribute, alone or together, for a maximum of 15%. It is the classic wine of the local tradition, fresh, fruity with a pleasant and lively acidity. It goes perfectly with the typical dishes of the Emilian cuisine.


The Langhe, "land of wines, perfumes ... and novels" is masterfully described by the pen of the writer Beppe Fenoglio. It is a historical region of Piedmont comprising a vast territory of extraordinary beauty bordered by the Tanaro, Belbo, Bormida di Millesimo and Bormida di Spigno rivers, consisting of a succession of vineyards, hills, woods and a stone's throw from small ancient villages, which extends in many municipalities in the provinces of Cuneo and Asti. The Wine Landscapes offered by the Langhe-Roero hills became together with those of Monferrato a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2014. It is impossible to visit the Langhe without stopping to admire examples of medieval architecture that dot the area such as the historic center of Alba or the Grinzane Cavour Castle, one of the most fascinating in the whole of Italy. The name derives from the local dialect, indicating the plural of a low and long hill. The Langhe territory can be broken down into: Bassa Langa, so called not for reasons of altitude, although it never exceeds 500 meters. It is the typical area of raw Albese meat and typical Piedmontese dishes based on butter and sage, wines and white truffles, for which a specially dedicated fair is held every year. Alta Langa, an area on the border with Liguria, known for its woods and the hazelnut cake produced with the precious "tonda gentile delle Langhe" variety Within its borders are some of the most famous DOCG wines in Italy, including Barolo, Barbaresco, Asti and Dogliani. Wines that do not comply with such stringent production criteria are welcomed in the Langhe DOC in which greater experimentation with varieties and enological techniques is granted. An emblematic case is that of the Langhe Chardonnay and other high quality wines, many of which are comparable to the prestigious Tuscan Super Tuscans. The Production Regulations provides for different types: white, red, rosé, white and passito red. It is also possible to indicate the grape on the label for the varieties: arneis, chardonnay, favorita, riesling, nascetta, rossese bianco, sauvignon, nebbiolo, dolcetto, freisa, cabernet sauvignon, pinot noir, merlot, as long as the minimum percentage of the grape is used for the production of this wine is at least 85%.




Lazio IGT is a Typical Geographical Indication reserved for white, red and rosé wines of various types, produced throughout the Lazio region. The Lazio region boasts ancient traditions in the field of vine cultivation, which date back to the times of the ancient Romans. The territory with beautiful hilly exposures, the mild climate and suitable soils, often of ancient volcanic origin, constitute an ideal habitat for the vine. For the production of Lazio IGT wines, the main autochthonous grapes of the region are mainly used: malvasia puntinata, malvasia del Lazio, bellone, trebbiano giallo, trebbiano toscano, bombino bianco, cesanese comune, cesanese d'Affile, black nero and moscato di Terracina .

Lessini Durello


Liguria di Levante

Liguria di Levante IGT is one of the most important Typical Geographical Indications of Liguria and includes all the lands suitable for the cultivation of vines, which are located throughout the territory of the province of La Spezia. As far as white wines are concerned, the following grape varieties are mainly used: Malvasia long and Trebbiano Toscano. The red and rosé wines Liguria di Levante IGT, on the other hand, are mainly produced with Canaiolo, Ciliegiolo, Merlot, Pollera Nera, Sangiovese and Syrah. Levante Ligure is an area of great traditions in the field of viticulture, both in the Luni area, towards the Tuscan border and Lunigiana, and on the Cinque Terre coast, where the cultivation of vines is often characterized by panoramic terraced overhanging vineyards. on the sea. They are sunny and Mediterranean wines, which well express the particularities of the territory.

Limone Costa d'Amalfi

Limone di Sorrento

Lison Pramaggiore

Lison Pramaggiore DOC appellation includes the territories of many municipalities in the province of Treviso, Venice and Pordenone. As for white wines, the Lison Pramaggiore DOC specification provides for the use of a minimum of 50 to 70% tai, with a possible balance of up to a maximum of 50% of white berried grapes provided for by the specification. White wines, if produced with at least 85% of the following grapes: chardonnay, pinot grigio, sauvignon, verduzzo, can carry the name of the grape on the label. For red wines, the specification defines the ampelographic base in Merlot from 50 to 70%, with a possible balance of a maximum of 50% with red berried grapes provided for by the specification. Red wines if produced with at least 85% of the following grapes: merlot, cabernet (franc and/or sauvignon), carmenère, malbec, refosco dal peduncolo rosso, can carry the name of the grape on the label. It is a very interesting appellation, which produces wines with an excellent quality/price ratio.



Lugana is a white wine with Denomination of Controlled Origin that can only be produced with Trebbiano di Soave grapes, locally called Turbiana or Trebbiano di Lugana, and with grapes from white, non-aromatic grapes, up to a maximum of 10%. Lugana DOC wines can be produced in the municipalities of Sirmione, Desenzano del Garda, Lonato del Garda, Pozzolengo and Peschiera del Garda, border lands between Veneto and Lombardy and belonging to the provinces of Brescia and Verona. The fragrant, savory and full-bodied character of Lugana DOC depends on the terroir of origin, characterized by a flat clayey soil, a mild microclimate, influenced by breezes from Lake Garda and a variety of excellent versatility, the Turbiana. According to the production disciplinary, there can be five types of Lugana: the Lugana DOC, the Lugana Superiore DOC, the Lugana Riserva DOC, the Lugana Vendemmia Tardiva DOC and the Lugana Spumante DOC. Lugana DOC has a pale straw yellow color, floral scents and fruity notes of almond, citrus and passion fruit. It is characterized by intense aromas, a fresh and harmonious taste. Lugana Superiore DOC differs from Lugana DOC because it undergoes a one-year ageing period which enhances its aromatic and gustatory complexity. The straw yellow begins to take on golden reflections, the olfactory profile is enriched with hints of ripe apple, mandarin, hazelnut and spices and a greater structure is observed on the palate, with a more marked acidity and flavor. The Lugana Riserva DOC is aged for at least 24 months, the further ageing compared to the Superiore version causes the chromatic tones to be accentuated, the aromas focus on the smoked and balsamic and the taste becomes more enveloping and persistent. Lugana Spumante DOC is characterized by a straw yellow color, fine and persistent bubbles, fruity and aromatic notes and a fresh and savory taste profile, with notes of bread crust and custard. Lugana Spumante acquires greater consistency if the sparkling wine is made with the Metodo Classico. Lugana Vendemmia tardiva DOC is characterized by an intense golden yellow color tending to amber, the olfactory notes are intense and pleasant, with hints of citrus and candied fruit, the palate is sweet and full-bodied. What is the difference between Lugana Superiore and Lugana Riserva? Lugana Superiore and Lugana Riserva differ mainly in ageing. In the case of the Lugana Superiore, an ageing of at least 12 months is expected, in the case of the Lugana Riserva it is necessary to refine it for at least 24 months, of which 6 in the bottle. The different ageing period foreseen for the two types of Lugana affects the organoleptic and gustatory profile of the two Superiore and Riserva versions. The Lugana Superiore DOC is more mineral, on the palate it is fresh and soft, with tropical and citrus notes, while the Lugana Riserva DOC is more complex and structured, characterized by greater creaminess and persistence, toasted notes of almond and vanilla. Lugana DOC wines are perfect for any occasion, therefore we recommend that you choose the vintage Lugana, the Lugana Superiore, the Lugana Riserva, the Lugana Vendemmia Tardiva or the Lugana Spumante according to the dishes that make up your menu. On you will find a wide selection of Lugana DOC wines. What is the best Lugana DOC wine? Choosing the best Lugana DOC wine is a rather difficult task. To orient yourself, you should first ask yourself which type of Lugana is best suited to your personal tastes. If you prefer a fresh and lively white, fruity and harmonious, the Lugana DOC most suitable for you is the vintage one, in this regard among our proposals you can find the Lugana DOC Ca 'Lojera, Lugana DOC I Frati Ca' dei Frati, the Lugana DOC Ottella or Lugana DOC Dal Moro. If what you expect is a more structured white, with balsamic notes and a persistent finish, we recommend the Lugana Riserva DOC, such as Molceo Ottella or Fabio Contato Ca 'Maiol. If you prefer a Lugana as an aperitif then the Lugana DOC Brut Metodo Classico Ca 'Maiol is the wine for you. Discover the Lugana DOC selection by Which are the best Lugana DOC wine producers? On you can find the best producers of Lugana DOC. An example is the Cà dei Frati winery, located in Lugana di Sirmione, on the southern shore of Lake Garda. Present in the area since the end of 1700, it played an active role in the birth of the Lugana DOC appellation and is today one of the most important companies of the appellation. Another name worth mentioning is that of Cà Maiol, an organic farm, located in Desenzano del Garda. Among the various proposals of you can also find the Dal Moro company, the perfect expression of Venetian wines such as Lugana DOC and Amarone della Valpolicella DOC. If we have intrigued you, do not think twice and discover all the producers of Lugana DOC on What are the best Lugana wine - food pairings? We suggest you combine the vintage Lugana DOC with an aperitif, with appetizers, lake fish dishes and fish risottos. Lugana DOC Superiore is perfect to combine with pasta dishes with white meats or with non-mature cheeses. Lugana Riserva, on the other hand, is perfect for more elaborate second courses based on lake and sea fish. Lugana Spumante DOC if produced with the Charmat Method goes very well with aperitifs, while the sparkling version with the Metodo Classico can be combined with more complex first courses. Lugana DOC Vendemmia Tardiva is well suited to blue cheeses and not too sweet desserts. Discover the best Lugana DOC selection on

Malvasia delle Lipari

Malvasia di Castelnuovo Don Bosco



Marca Trevigiana


Marche IGT is a Typical Geographical Indication that concerns many types of wines: white, red, rosé, sparkling and passito. Marche IGT wines are produced in the territory of the provinces of Ancona, Ascoli Piceno, Fermo, Macerata and Pesaro Urbino. The most used grapes are alicante, barbera, cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon, chardonnay, cherryiolo, fiano, gaglioppo, grechetto, cross Bruni 54, white malvasia di Candia, merlot, moscato bianco, passerina, pinot blanc, pinot gris, pinot noir, rebo, riesling, sangiovese, sauvignon blanc, syrah and trebbiano toscano. The territory of the Marche Typical Geographical Indication includes a very suitable hilly area, with climatic conditions and soils ideal for the cultivation of the vine, which here has very ancient origins. Marche IGT wines represent one of the best excellences of central Italy.

Maremma Toscana

Maremma Toscana DOC appellation includes the territory of the province of Grosseto, in the southern part of Tuscany. The specification provides for the production of white, rosé and red wines. The most used white grapes to produce Maremma Toscana DOC wines are: ansonica, trebbiano toscano, vermentino, chardonnay and viogner, while as regards the most common red grapes, we remember: alicante, cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc, Canaiolo, Ciliegiolo, Merlot, Sangiovese and Syrah. Maremma is a region very suitable for viticulture, thanks to the beautiful hilly aspects, the warm and dry climate, mitigated by the proximity of the sea. It is a very interesting area, which expresses wines of excellent quality, with a characteristic sunny and Mediterranean profile.


Margaux AOC is one of the most famous and prestigious appellations of Bordeaux. It is the only municipal appellation of Haut – Medoc to bear the name of a Premier Grand Cru Classé: Château Margaux. Margaux AOC includes the municipalities of Arsac, Cantenac, Labarde, Margaux and Soussans and covers approximately 1,400 hectares. In its territory there are some of the most suitable areas of all the Graves.The wines are classic Bordeaux blends, produced with various percentages of cabernet sauvignon, merlot, cabernet franc and petit verdot. They are among the best excellences of Bordeaux and are particularly renowned for their elegance, harmony, expressive richness, supported by a delicate and silky tannic texture. They are refined wines, of great finesse, internationally recognized among the most important reds in the world. Although already pleasant after a few years from the date of harvest, they have a great potential for evolution and ageing.



Marmilla IGT is a Typical Geographical Indication of Sardinia. The legislation defines the Marmilla IGT production area in the territories of the municipalities of Collinas, Furtei, Pabillonis, Samassi, Sanluri, Sardara, Serrenti, Villamar, Villanovaforru, in the province of Medio Campidano, and the municipalities of Baressa, Gonnoscodina, Gonnostramatza, Masullas, Mogoro, Morgongiori, Pompu, Simala, Siris, in the province of Oristano. The Typical Geographical Indication Marmilla IGT allows the production of white, rosé and red wines with the grape varieties authorized by the Sardinia Region with the exception of cannonau, carignano, girò, malvasia, monica, moscato, nasco, nuragus, semidano, vermentino and vernaccia. It is an area of ancient traditions, which even date back to the Nuragic age and to the subsequent periods of the domination of the Phoenicians and Carthaginians. The Mediterranean climate, warm and dry, which can enjoy the influence of the sea breezes and the precious soils, are ideal conditions for quality viticulture.


Marsala DOC appellation extends in the western part of Sicily, in the province of Trapani, with the exception of the municipalities of Alcamo, Favignana and Pantelleria. Marsala DOC can be produced in the following versions: Fine, Superiore, Superiore Riserva, Vergine or Soleras, Vergine Riserva or Soleras Riserva, Vergine Stravecchio or Soleras Stravecchio. Marsala Oro e Ambra must be produced with cricket and/or catarratto and/or inzolia and/or damaschino. Marsala Rubino is produced with Nero d'Avola and/or perricone and/or Nerello mascalese, with a possible 30% of the same grapes used for white Marsala. Marsala DOC is a fortified wine of ancient traditions, a true excellence of Italian oenology.

McLaren Vale


The Argentine region of Mendoza is one of the most famous areas of South America for the production of red wines, in particular with the French grape variety of Bordeaux origin Malbec. While in Bordeaux malbec has been replaced by cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc and merlot, in Mendoza it has found its land of choice, giving wines of strong character and personality. In the best versions, it expresses a bouquet with aromas of plum, red fruit jam, cherry in alcohol and woody notes. It is a wine with good body and structure, with important tannic texture and beautiful persistence. Perfect to combine with grilled red meats.



Mirto di Sardegna



Molise DOC is a regional denomination, which governs the production of white and red wines. As for the reds, the Molise DOC specification provides for the use of a minimum of 85% of montepulciano, with the possible balance of a maximum of 15% of other red berried grapes authorized in the provinces of Campobasso and Isernia. If at least 85% of one of the following grape varieties is used: Aglianico, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sangiovese and Tintilia, it can be indicated on the label. For the Riserva version, the wines must undergo a minimum ageing period of 2 years, of which at least 6 months in wood.



Monica di Sardegna

Monica di Sardegna DOC is a regional denomination that embraces practically the entire territory of Sardinia. The ampelographic basis of Monica di Sardegna DOC wine is set by the disciplinary in a minimum of 85% of monica. Other non-aromatic red grape varieties, suitable for cultivation in the Sardinia region, may possibly contribute, for a maximum of 15%. Monica di Sardegna Superiore wine cannot be released for consumption before 1 September of the year following the harvest.





We often hear that Umbria is nothing more than a miniature Tuscany. In part it is true, in part the great personality of this territory sets it free from any other area, albeit close and of equal charm, and its wines are recognized for their inimitable and unparalleled power. Montefalco DOC wine represents the Umbrian area in the province of Perugia, including the entire territory of the homonymous town of Montefalco, and some of the most important neighboring municipalities. That of Montefalco is a small area, characterized by hills covered, at the highest points, by ancient and suggestive medieval villages. The slope of the steep slopes is variable, and this creates a variety of microclimates and viticulture conditions. The grapes used to produce Montefalco are Sangiovese and Sagrantino, which has grown only in this area around the world for over four hundred years, and other non-aromatic red grape varieties and undergoes a mandatory ageing of at least 18 months before being placed on the market. It is given the mention Riserva after 30 months, of which at least 12 have been spent in wood. Montefalco stands out for its intensity, body and strong tannins. Its structure allows it to be accompanied by savory first courses, game, roasts and grilled meat, mushrooms and other typical dishes of the Apennine area of central Italy. We have prepared a selection of Montefalco, a must in your collection! Buy the Montefalco Montefalco DOC is not such a widespread wine, and it is likely that you are so curious that you will not be able to miss it in your next purchase on your trusted online wine shop. It is important to know the wine you are buying, and you should expect a product characterized by an intense ruby red color, which opens on the nose with an intense bouquet and red fruits enriched with spicy notes and hints of vanilla. Buying Montefalco means receiving a powerful and decisive wine, with a strong tannic concentration. These characteristics make it perfect for pairing with roasts and game, meat first courses and aged cheeses. You can buy it, depending on the combination of grapes you prefer, with pure Sagrantino grapes, or blended with Sangiovese grapes, but also with the addition of Merlot for greater softness. The wine is aged in barrique for 12 months and for a further 6 months in the bottle before being placed on the market. Discover with us all the evolutions of the taste of Umbrian viticulture and its wines of character. Which are the most famous wineries in Montefalco? Sagrantino di Montefalco is one of the most demanding and powerful Italian wines. The cellars produce immersed in the beauty of the hills of Montefalco, known not by chance as "the terrace of Umbria". There are historic cellars that produce and store delicious nectars, which we offer here, to offer you the best of Umbria. Let's start with Arnaldo Caprai, a leading winery in the production of Sagrantino di Montefalco. The wines of this winery in Montefalco are elegant, refined and endowed with great personality, perfectly representing the identity of the great heritage of culture and tradition preserved in Montefalco over the centuries. Antonelli is the elegant expression of Montefalco, a modern and innovative winery which today boasts 170 hectares in the center of the appellation. A great history behind it, a gaze turned forward, with wines that best express the character of the territory. In order not to be mistaken, you can choose the Cantina Lungarotti, active in the area since the 1960s in Torgiano and Montefalco where not only the great classics of the area are born from the most suitable vineyards, but which has started a production of young wines, of immediate pleasure. . Not wanting to bore you with long descriptions, we recommend that you take a look at the selection we have prepared for you, to immerse yourself in the most authentic wine of Umbria! What kind of wine is Montefalco rosso? Rosso di Montefalco DOC is a red wine, structured, of great character and representative of the territory of origin. Umbria is its production region, more precisely the southern part of Perugia, in the suggestive hills known to be places of the Franciscans, to which tradition traces the name of the Sagrantino grape with which the red Montefalco is partly produced: i Franciscans used it as mass wine, using it to celebrate the sacraments. Here the climate is mild, the hills are clayey and the Mediterranean vegetation is rich in olive groves, tobacco plantations and sunflowers which contribute to the scenic beauty of these places. Montefalco Rosso stands out for its high quality standard which is reached, according to the production disciplinary, with a minimum ageing of 18 months. With other ageing times, the “Riserva” type is created, for which at least 30 months of ageing are required, 12 of which in wooden barrels. At the sight it will present a bright ruby tending to garnet, bright colors with ruby reflections will appear in the light, while the nose expresses intense and pronounced notes of undergrowth. We advise you to let it decant so that the bouquet expresses itself at its best. The taste of this wine warms and envelops thanks to its right tannins and good structure and respects the expectations of sight and smell. Are you ready for a unique experience, made of intensity and freshness? You just have to discover your favorite Rosso di Montefalco, on your favorite online wine shop! Does white Montefalco exist? The imagination considers central Italy, and in particular regions such as Umbria, lands of great red wines. We will give positive news to white wine lovers, because the Montefalco white version not only exists, but is able to express the strong and ancient character of the hills from which the grapes for its production are born. Montefalco DOC white wine is composed of at least 50% from Grechetto and 25-35% Trebbiano from Tuscany. It is straw yellow, the nose is fruity, delicate and dry on the palate. Top of the category is represented by Montefalco DOC Grechetto Antonelli, coming from the Todi dei Colli Martani area, within the territory of Montefalco. Made from 100% Grechetto grapes harvested at the end of September, it is a fresh wine, elegantly fruity and soft, with a full and fresh taste at the same time. Ideal with seafood appetizers, excellent with rustic pies and soups based on cereals and legumes. To try!

Montefalco Sagrantino

Montello e Colli Asolani

Montepulciano d'Abruzzo

Montepulciano d'Abruzzo DOC appellation covers a large area, which includes the territories of many municipalities in the provinces of Chieti, L'Aquila, Pescara and Teramo. The specification provides for an ampelographic basis of a minimum of 85% of Montepulciano. Other red berried grapes authorized in the Abruzzo region can compete for a maximum of 15%. For the Riserva version, there is a minimum ageing period of 2 years, of which at least 9 months in wood. Montepulciano d'Abruzzo DOC is one of the most famous reds in central Italy, a wine with an important, rich and deep structure.

Montepulciano d’Abruzzo



Montescudaio DOC appellation includes the territories of the municipalities of Casale Marittimo, Castellina Marittima, Guardistallo, Montecatini Val di Cecina, Montescudaio, Riparbella and Santa Luce, in the province of Pisa. The rules allow the production of white, rosé and red wines. The red wines of Montescudaio DOC are produced with a minimum of 50% Sangiovese and another 50% of non-aromatic red grapes authorized in Tuscany. It is possible to indicate on the label the indication Sangiovese, Cabernet, Merlot, if the wine is produced with at least 85% of these grapes, with a possible balance of the maximum of 15% of other non-aromatic red berried grapes authorized in Tuscany.The wines of the Montescudaio DOC appellation confirm the great vocation of the terroir of the Tuscan coast to produce fine red wines, as well as with Sangiovese, also with the noblest Bordeaux red vines.



Morellino di Scansano

Morellino di Scansano is one of the most representative DOCG wines of the Maremma area and of Tuscan wine production. It is a wine with a strong personality and unmistakable organoleptic characteristics: it has a subtle tannin, it is savory, fresh, full-bodied and round, thanks to the mild climate of the Tuscan Maremma and the influence of the sea breezes that dry the grapes making the fruit very balanced. The historical production area includes the entire Municipality of Scansano and part of the municipalities of Campagnatico, Grosseto, Magliano in Toscana, Manciano, Roccalbegna and Semproniano. Morellino di Scansano is produced with a minimum of 85% Sangiovese grapes, but it is possible to find blends of Sangiovese and Canaiolo (maximum 15%), Sangiovese and Cabernet Sauvignon (maximum 15%) or Sangiovese and other black berried grapes, in accordance with the production regulations. The best Morellino di Scansano are produced by the Fattoria dei Barbi , by Poliziano , by Terenzi , by Mazzei and by Frescobaldi . They are wines with a classic and timeless taste, sophisticated and interesting. Morellino di Scansano is known for its versatility at the table, it is an ideal wine to combine with local dishes. What are you waiting for to try it and be amazed? Purchase Morellino di Scansano On you will find a vast assortment of Morellino di Scansano, a very famous and appreciated wine, which few however know in its particularities. Buying Morellino di Scansano means choosing a pleasant and harmonious type of wine, perfect both for a particular occasion and to accompany Sunday lunch. recommends a wine able to blend drinkability and pleasantness, with an excellent quality-price ratio. Your trusted online wine shop offers you a wide selection of wines from this area of Tuscany , produced by important companies such as Mazzei, Terenzi, Fattoria dei Barbi, Poliziano and Guicciardini Strozzi , but also by winemakers who deserve to be discovered for having produced more innovative versions of Morellino, respectful of tradition, but enriched through the use of international blends such as Alicante and Syrah . The latter is the case of Morellino di Scansano DOCG I Perazzi La Mozza, a wine with an intense ruby red color, which fascinates with hints of cherry and licorice. Another Morellino that we can recommend you to buy, in your favorite online wine shop, is the enveloping Morellino di Scansano DOCG 2019 Le Pupille. We could go on indefinitely, to dispel any doubts take a look at our proposals. Our selection awaits you on, good discovery! What does Morellino di Scansano taste like? Morellino di Scansano DOCG can be vintage or reserve. It is characterized by a ruby red color, tending to garnet red in the Riserva version. It is a clear and brilliant wine, with an intense and elegant aroma. In the mouth it is dry, warm and slightly tannic. It takes on greater body and structure in the Riserva version. What region does Morellino di Scansano come from? Morellino di Scansano DOCG comes from the Tuscany region, specifically it is produced in the south, in the Maremma area, in the municipalities of Scansano, Campagnatico, Grosseto, Magliano in Toscana, Manciano, Roccalbegna and Semproniano. What food-wine combinations are possible with Morellino di Scansano? Morellino di Scansano DOCG is a perfect wine to pair with red meat dishes: steaks, stews and braised meats; to dishes based on wild boar, grilled meat and aged cheeses.

Moscadello di Montalcino

Moscato d'Asti

Moscato d'Asti DOCG is one of the wines of the great Piedmontese tradition. It is produced in the territory of many municipalities located in the hilly area of Asti, Cuneo and Alessandria. The specification defines the ampelographic base in 100% white muscat. Moscato d'Asti is not produced through the Charmat sparkling method, although it has a slight natural liveliness. After pressing, the must is refrigerated at 0 °C to prevent fermentation. Then the must is brought to 18 °C and the selected yeasts are added to start the fermentation. When the must reaches 4.5-5.5 degrees of alcohol, fermentation is stopped by lowering the temperature. After filtration the wine is bottled. It is a wine of low alcohol content and with an important sugar residue. It is corked with the classic cylinder cork. It is an extremely ductile dessert wine. It goes well with small pastries, cakes, pies and is perfect for all leavened desserts, in particular pandoro and panettone.

Moscato di Pantelleria

Moscato di Sardegna




Murray Darling


Muscadet Sèvre-et-Maine




Napa Valley

Nasco di Cagliari

Nebbiolo d'Alba

Nebbiolo d'Alba DOC is an appellation that includes the hilly territories of the Langhe of many municipalities in the province of Cuneo. The ampelographic base is set by the disciplinary in 100% Nebbiolo, the native red grape variety typical of the Langhe. The specification provides for a mandatory ageing period of 12 months and 18 months, of which at least 6 in wood, for the Superiore type. Nebbiolo d'Alba DOC is a wine that perfectly expresses the great tradition of the Langhe area. It is a fresh and elegant red, less structured and important than the more famous Barolo and Barbaresco.



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Nobile di Montepulciano

Nobile di Montepulciano DOCG is a historical appellation of Tuscany which includes the territory of the municipality of Montepulciano in the province of Siena only. The ampelographic base is fixed in a minimum of 70% of prugnolo gentile, a local biotype of Sangiovese, with a maximum of 30% of other grapes authorized in the Tuscany region, with a maximum of 5% of white berried grapes. The Nobile di Montepulciano DOCG wine must undergo a minimum ageing period of 2 years and a refinement of 6 months in the bottle. For the Riserva version there is a minimum ageing period of 3 years and 6 months of ageing in the bottle. It is a great red wine, a true excellence of the Classic area of Tuscany.


The production area of Noto DOC wines includes the territory of the municipalities of Avola, Noto, Pachino and Rosolini in the province of Syracuse. It is an area historically suited for the production of red wines, in particular with the Nero d'Avola grape. There is also a small production of Moscato di Noto, a passito and liqueur sparkling wine. As for the red Noto DOC , the disciplinary provides for a minimum of 85% Nero d'Avola, with the possible addition of other non-aromatic grape varieties, authorized by the Sicily region for a maximum of 15%. The red wines of Noto are distinguished by power, concentration and elegance. They represent one of the best excellences of the Sicilian region.

Nuits Saint Georges

Nuits Saint – Georges AOC appellation is located in the Côte de Nuits in Burgundy. It covers an area of about 310 hectares, which includes 41 climatized Premier Cru. The vineyards of Nuits Saint-Georges AOC are cultivated on precious soils, mainly composed of calcareous marl, particularly suited for the cultivation of pinot noir and chardonnay. The red wines of the Nuits Saint-Georges AOC appellation are aromatically intense pinot noir, of great balance and structure, which with ageing reach persuasive and harmonious notes.

Nuragus di Cagliari


Olevano Romano

Oltrepò Pavese







Passito di Noto

Passito di Pantelleria



Pauillac AOC appellation is located in the famous Médoc region, near Bordeaux, to be precise on the left bank of the Gironde. Thanks to the extraordinary soil and climatic conditions of its terroir, Pauillac AOC can boast of hosting three of the five Premier Grand Cru classé de 1855: Lafite Rothschild, Latour and Mouton Rothschild. 85% of the wine production of the Pauillac AOC appellation comes from grapes grown in 18 Cru Classé. The most common grape varieties are cabernet-sauvignon, which in this area is expressed on absolute levels, merlot and, to a lesser extent, petit verdot and malbec. Pauillac wines are rich, ample, complex and elegant with an ageing potential of about 20/25 years. They are among the most famous and appreciated red wines in the world.


Pays d'Oc





Piemonte DOC is a regional denomination with a wide disciplinary, which provides for the production of many types of wine: red, white and sparkling wine. The grapes most used for the production of Piemonte DOC wines are: cabernet sauvignon, merlot, pinot noir, syrah, sauvignon blanc, chardonnay, pinot blanc, pinot gris, cortese, albarossa, barbera, dolcetto, grignolino, bonarda, freisa, moscato and brachetto. It is a general appellation with a high quality level, confirming the great vocation of the Piedmontese territory for the production of wines, especially reds.


Pinot Grigio delle Venezie

Pinot Nero dell'Oltrepò Pavese


Pomerol AOC appellation is located in Bordeaux, in the Libournais area, on the right bank of the Gironde. It is famous for its great reds, in particular products with merlot: among all we remember the famous Petrus, one of the rarest and most expensive wines in the world. Although not included in the 1855 Grand Cru Classes, the reputation of the Pomerol AOC appellation is extraordinary. The vineyards cover a total area of about 770 hectares, cultivated almost exclusively in Merlot. The wines are elegant, large, complex with subtle tannins. With ageing they reach peaks of great finesse and harmony.






Pouilly-Fumé AOC appellation is one of the most famous appellations in France for white wines. The territory of Pouilly-Fumé AOC is located near Nevers, on the right bank of the Loire. The vineyards extend over about 1200 hectares facing south and are cultivated almost exclusively with sauvignon blanc. It is an area with ancient traditions, which date back to the Roman occupation of Gaul and which have then been handed down over the centuries to the present day. The climate mitigated by the presence of the Loire and the calcareous soils rich in silica and marl of the kimmeridge, made up of fossil residues of marine shells, create perfect conditions for cultivating white grape varieties. The particular composition of the soils gives Pouilly-Fumé sauvignon blanc unique and inimitable characteristics, with notes of flint and fumé that have contributed to making it famous in the world. They are wines of great finesse and elegance, with intense and refined aromatic profiles. Ideal to taste with seafood, smoked fish, fish in sauce or with goat cheeses, such as crottin de Chavignol. They have an ageing potential of at least 5–6 years.

Primitivo di Manduria

Primitivo di Manduria DOC appellation is one of the most important and famous in Apulia. The production area includes several municipalities in the province of Brindisi and Taranto. The ampelographic base, also for the Riserva version, is set by the specification in a minimum of 85% of primitive, with a possible balance of a maximum of 15% of other non-aromatic black berried grapes authorized in the provinces of Brindisi and Taranto. The Riserva version must be subjected to an ageing period of two years. The wines of the Primitivo di Manduria DOC appellation are powerful, warm, complex and enveloping reds.



Priorat DOQ is one of the most important appellations of northern Spain. The production area extends into the hinterland territories of the Catalan coast. Despite being an area of recent traditions, Priorat DOQ has quickly established itself as one of the best excellences nationwide. The territory is characterized by steep slopes and terraces, with the presence of rocky soils, rich in schist and slate called licorellas. The most cultivated grapes are mazuela, cabernet sauvignon, syrah, carinera and garnacha.


Prosecco is without doubt the most popular Italian sparkling wine in the world. It is perfect as an aperitif or with a wide variety of dishes, like shellfish, light meats and desserts. In Italy the region which produces it, is Veneto. It is produced in the hilly area between the towns of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, less than an hour from Venice. Wine-making here has ancient origins, the word Prosecco was first mentioned in 1772. A central role in the area is played by the Conegliano Oenological School. This is where the Conegliano Valdobbiadene Method, a version of the Martinotti Method, was created. Unlike the Metodo Classico, the Martinotti Method requires the second fermentation to take place in an autoclave. This sparkling wine is produced from Glera grapes in italy, which make up at least 85% of the blend. In the area, the soil is rocky, the climate mild and the rainfall just right. It is a variety with golden-yellow berries and typical aromas are fruity, such as green apple and grapefruit, and floral. The other grape varieties allowed are: Perera, Glera Lunga, Verdisio, Bianchetta Trevigiana, Chardonnay, Pinot Bianco and Pinot Grigio. It is an elegant and informal bubbly. Depending on the residual sugar content, it can be of different types: Extra Brut, Brut, Extra Dry, Dry. It can be labelled as millesimato. This means that all the grapes used to produce it were harvested in the same year. The term millesimato means that the grape used are not cuvées from different vintages and will therefore always have a reference vintage. Speaking of Prosecco, we cannot fail to mention Prosecco Superiore di Conegliano Valdobbiadene DOCG. In fact, in 2009, the sparkling wine produced only in the municipalities of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene changed from DOC to DOCG. In addition to this DOCG, the two other high quality Cru wines where also created in the sub-areas of Rive and Cartizze. How much should a bottle of Prosecco cost? It is reliable, affordable and high quality sparkling wine. The price of a bottle depends on a variety of factors, such as the area where it is produced. The price varies widely. For example, you can choose a Mionetto of the Freixenet prosecco group. Or choose a Prosecco Extra Dry Rosé DOC Velére 2021 from the famous Italian brand Astoria at a lower price, but still excellent. It has not got an excessive price thanks to its production method, the Charmat or tank method and so, it can be more affordable than Champagne, but still be elegant and perfect for every occasion. Is Prosecco different than Champagne? There are three main differences between the two sparkling wines: The first main difference is the origin. The Italy Prosecco region is Veneto and it can only be produced there. Champagne can only be produced in the Champagne region, in France. The second important difference is the grape variety used. Prosecco is made with the native grape variety Glera, that is exclusive to Italy. On the other hand Champagne can be made with Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes. Last but not least, the third difference is found in the production method. Prosecco is made with the tank method a.k.a. Charmat Method, and Champagne with the Traditional method, aka Méthode Champenoise or Metodo Classico. Prosecco undergoes the second fermentation in a pressure-resistant tank, instead the Champagne second fermentation is done in bottle. The ageing process goes from 9 months to 5 years in bottle, therefore taking more time for production. Prosecco flavours: Glera grapes give fruit and flower aromas, aromas of tropical fruits, such as passion fruit, banana cream, hazelnut, vanilla, and honeycomb. Because Proseccco ages in large tanks with less pressure, has lighter, frothy bubbles that don’t last as long. Champagne flavours: almond-like flavors, notes of orange-zest, white cherry, toast, brioche, or biscuit. Due to the high pressure during production has fine, persistent bubbles. Its flavours are distinctive as it is delicious with asiago cheese. Is Prosecco sparkling wine? Yes, it is the best Italian sparkling wine! It has 4 sweetness levels: Brut, Extra Brut, Extra Dry and Dry. There are different quality levels and the superior qualities are Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG, Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Rive DOCG, Valdobbiadene Superiore Cartizze DOCG, Asolo Prosecco DOCG. Here a list of prosecco cocktail recipes: Aperol Spritz: pour the Prosecco (6 cl), Aperol (4 cl) and soda (2 cl) into a wine glass with ice. Garnish with orange slice. Hugo: fill a wine glass with ice and with some torn mint leaves, 30ml of elderflower and soda. Top up with Prosecco. Bellini: pour some Prosecco in your glass and top off with peach juice or nectar! Negroni Sbagliato: fill an old-fashioned glass with ice. Add vermouth and Campari and stir. Top with Prosecco and stir again. Garnish with an orange slice. Pink Gin Fizz: fill a wine glass with ice and mix in Pink Gin and lemon juice. Top up with Prosecco and garnish with a few fresh strawberries   Why buy Prosecco online There are different types of Prosecco DOC, which is why it can be tedious to know how to choose the most suitable one. Taste and residual sugar are the main differences. We advise you to choose one online depending on the occasion. You can pair it with an appetiser, enjoy it as an aperitif or with a dish. Buying it online will allow you to receive your favourite bottles in the comfort of your own home, choosing according to your personal taste. It is an elegant and versatile wine, suitable for all occasions. You can choose the more classic Prosecco Villa Sandi: fruity, smooth and suitable for the most refined aperitifs. Prosecco Sant'Orsola: persistent and with a fine perlage. And you cannot miss the famous Prosecco DOC Treviso Brut Mionetto, with its hint of golden apple and honey. Whatever your choice is, with you cannot go wrong.  

Prosecco Superiore di Conegliano Valdobbiadene

Prosecco is the most famous Italian sparkling wine, among the promoters of Made in Italy in the world, which has come to compete and surpass the number of bottles sold by no less than champagne. Although it only came back to the forefront from 2005, there are traces of the first prosecco as early as 1382, in Trieste, in Friuli Venezia Giulia, particularly appreciated by the Habsburg House which had 100 amphorae delivered every year. Over the centuries its production has concentrated on the Trieste Karst and the Friuli Collio but was then abandoned to develop more on the Treviso hills, in Veneto, especially on the Asolani Hills and on the hills of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, which still offer prosecco best. The extraordinary success achieved by this sparkling wine after the Second World War led to a race for its mass imitation. Characterizing element was the grape with which the sparkling wine was produced, Prosecco in fact, a name easily attributable to any wine obtained from this grape variety. Thus, the product was associated with the homonymous city of Trieste and restored the ancient name of the grape variety, namely the Glera to differentiate it absolutely. The imitation almost completely ceased to exist after the Prosecco DOC was established in 1969 in order to certify the origin of these sparkling wines from specific areas of north-eastern Italy, or in the provinces of Veneto, excluding Rovigo and Verona, and in all the provinces of Friuli. Prosecco generally consists of 100% glera grapes, particularly suitable for the pivotal method for its realization, that is, the Martinotti-Charmat method, in which, unlike the Metodo Classico, the second fermentation takes place by re-fermentation in an autoclave. By law, however, the dominant grape variety can be accompanied by verdiso, bianchetta trevigiana, perera, chardonnay, pinot blanc, pinot gris and pinot noir grapes vinified in white, as the production specification does not provide for the production of a pink prosecco. Since 2009, the production area with the greatest vocation in the area, Prosecco di Conegliano-Valdobbiadene, can boast the DOCG, with the possibility of adding the Superiore mention. This owes its name to the two capitals of the appellation: Conegliano, the cultural capital where the first Oenological School of Italy is located, and Valdobbiadene, the productive heart of this territory characterized by an extraordinary vocation and beauty. Over the years, Cartizze has emerged among the various types, produced in an area of 107 hectares in the homonymous area with the characteristic pentagon shape, included within a fraction of the municipality of Valdobbiadene, among the steepest hills of San Pietro di Barbozza, Santo Stefano and Saccol. But the Prosecco di Asolo, also DOCG, and the so-called Rive, a term that indicates the slopes of the steep and suitable hills that characterize the territory, have also had a rapid spread, in order to highlight particular expressions of the Prosecco di Conegliano-Valdobbiadene. Each of these sparkling wines is made from grapes from a single municipality or fraction of it: this is the case of Prosecco di Conegliano-Valdobbiadene Rive di Refrontolo or Rive di Santo Stefano. The canonical versions Brut, Extra Dry, Dry are distinguished on the basis of the level of sugars present in its dosage, although the Demi-Sec and Pas Dosé dosages are also taking hold recently. The DOC Prosecco also includes minor types of prosecco, i.e. the Frizzante and the Still version, such as that of the Collalto winery, very little known, almost niche. Without prejudice to the natural micro-climatic, soil and exposure differences found in the various areas of the appellation, the profile of the sparkling wine in question can be outlined, such as that of a straw-colored bubble with bright reflections, which on the nose gives off a complexity of aromas which frequently return to white-fleshed fruit, apple and pear above all, citrus fruits and touches of rose, with a delicate almond aftertaste. On the palate it is harmonious and elegant, very soft, supported by a pleasantly fine perlage. The moderate alcohol content makes Prosecco an excellent aperitif but also a perfect companion for appetizers, second courses based on fish, as well as protagonist of delicious cocktails such as Bellini, Rossini and Hugo Cocktail. Among the most famous producers of this appellation we find: Adami, Andreola, Astoria, Bisol, Bortolomiol, Carpenè Malvolti, Foss Marai, Mionetto, Nino Franco and Zardetto.

Prosecco di Asolo

Colli Asolani Prosecco or Asolo Prosecco DOCG appellation is reserved for the production area which extends for 19 municipalities around Asolo. Obtained mainly from grapes of the Glera variety, it is characterized by a scent of citrus fruits, ripe apple and white flowers, an agile and elegant body, in a perfect balance between freshness and flavor that makes you want to drink it. It is the only denomination of Prosecco to be able to indicate the Extra Brut type, the only one capable of properly highlighting the characteristics of this particular area, arranged on high hills and affected by strong temperature ranges and good ventilation.

Provincia di Pavia


Puglia IGT specification allows the production of a wide range of wines: white, rosé, red, sparkling, young and passito. The production area extends over the territories of the provinces of Bari, BAT (Barletta - Andria - Trani), Brindisi, Foggia, Lecce, Taranto. Apulia is part of one of the oldest areas of domestication of the vine, which most likely dates back to an era prior to Greek colonization. For some decades Apulia has left behind a past of quantity production, to embark on a path in the sign of quality, reaching levels of excellence, especially in the field of reds and rosés. The grapes most used for the production of Puglia IGT wines are: bianco d’Alessano, bombino bianco, bombino nero, impigno, malvasia nera, moscatello selvatico, negramaro, notardomenico, pampanuto, primitivo, susumaniello, uva di Troia and verdeca.

Puisseguin Saint-Émilion


Puligny-Montrachet AOC appellation is among the most famous and well-known of the Côte de Beaune. It is located between Meursault to the north and Chassagne-Montrachet to the south, in one of the most prized areas of Burgundy. Puligny-Montrachet AOC hosts two different areas in its territory: Puligny-Montrachet, which covers about a hundred hectares and Puligny-Montrachet Premier Cru, which represents the spearhead of the appellation and which has an area of only one hectare. The premier crus are found mainly in the hilly area between 270 and 320 meters above sea level, on soils composed of calcareous-clayey marl. The most cultivated grapes in Puligny-Montrachet are the classic ones from Burgundy: pinot noir and chardonnay. The wines express themselves with great elegance and aromatic depth and represent the level of excellence of Burgundy production.


Recioto della Valpolicella

Recioto di Soave






Rhum de la Martinique

Rias Baixas

Ribera del Duero

Ribera del Duero DO appellation extends in the north-west area of Spain and includes the territories of the valley of the Duero river. The climate is continental, with significant temperature changes between the seasons and between day and night temperatures. The soils are mainly limestone in nature, perfect for producing wines with a fine and elegant profile. The most cultivated grapes are the tempranillo, called with the local name of tinto fino and the white grape variety verdejo.


Rioja DO appellation is found in the northern region of Spain, in a depression between two mountain ranges. The vineyard area covers an area about 40 km wide and 100 km long divided into three parts: Rioja Alavesa, Rioja Alta and Rioja Baja. Rioja DO is one of the most famous areas in Spain especially for the production of great red wines for ageing with tempranillo grapes. The grapes also cultivated are: garnacha, mazuelo, graciano, viura, malvasia and garnacha blanca.

Riviera Ligure di Ponente

Riviera del Garda Classico



Roero DOCG appellation includes the territory of a series of municipalities in the province of Cuneo. In addition to white wines, produced with the arneis grape variety, Roero DOCG is famous above all for its great red wines. The specification requires, also for the Riserva version, a minimum use of 95% nebbiolo, with a possible 5% of grapes coming from non aromatic red berried grapes, authorized in the Piedmont region. They are wines of great tradition and high quality, which compared to the Barolo and Barbaresco Nebbioli, are appreciated for their lower tannins and easier and ready to drink.




Romanée-St. Vivant

Ron Colombiano

Ron Dominicano

Ron de Guatemala

Ron de Venezuela


Rosso Piceno

Rosso di Montalcino

Rosso di Montalcino DOC is the fallout appellation of the famous DOCG Brunello di Montalcino. The production area is limited to the territory of the municipality of Montalcino only. The wine is produced with a particularly valuable sangiovese biotype, called sangiovese grosso or brunello. The wines of the Rosso di Montalcino DOC appellation are therefore born in the same territory and with the same grapes as the famous Brunello di Montalcino, but differ from the older brother for a lesser structure, which makes them appreciated from a young age for their fragrant and fruity freshness.

Rosso di Montepulciano



Ruchè di Castagnole Monferrato



Rías Baixas

Sagrantino di Montefalco

Montefalco Sagrantino DOCG is a small appellation that includes the suitable lands of the municipality of Montefalco and part of the territory of the municipalities of Bevagna, Castel Ritaldi, Giano dell'Umbria and Gualdo Cattaneo in the province of Perugia. The ampelographic base is set in pure Sagrantino, the native red grape variety of the area. Montefalco Sagrantino DOCG must undergo an ageing period of at least 33 months, of which at least 12 months in oak barrels. It can be released for consumption only after a further period of ageing in the bottle of at least 4 months. It is a red wine of great structure, powerful, with an important tannic texture and good aromatic complexity.


Saint-Estèphe AOC appellation is located on the left bank of Bordeaux, just south of the Medoc and north of Pauillac. The vines are cultivated on splendid exposures near the Gironde estuary, on alluvial pebble soils resting on a substratum of calcareous-clayey marl of marine origin. The Saint-Estèphe AOC vineyard covers an area of about 1200 hectares planted with the classic red grapes of the Bordeaux area: cabernet sauvignon, merlot, cabernet franc and petit verdot. Saint-Estèphe AOC appellation has five Cru Classées that date back to the original classification of 1855, confirming the historical prestige of the area and the extraordinary quality of the wines, always constant over time. The reds of Saint-Estèphe are powerful, elegant and harmonious wines, endowed with great expressive finesse. They are reds destined for long ageing, which are appreciated after 5–6 years of ageing in the bottle and which have a longevity of 10–20 years.





Saint-Emilion AOC appellation is located in Bordeaux, to be precise in the Libournaise area, on the right bank of the Dordogne. It covers about 5600 hectares of vineyards, cultivated on rather heterogeneous soils, which include soils of various compositions with clays, silt, limestone, sands and alluvial pebbles. The main grape of the area is Merlot, which accounts for about 60%. The remaining 40% is basically grown with Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. The wines of Saint-Emilion AOC are famous for their structure, which over time fades into a refined and harmonious elegance. They are red for ageing with a longevity of at least ten years.


Salento IGT can be used for the production of white, rosé and red wines. Salento is one of the most interesting and suitable areas of southern Italy for viticulture. The Mediterranean climate, warm and windy, mitigated by the sea breezes and the soils of calcareous-clayey matrix, proved to be ideal especially for the cultivation of red grape varieties. Salento IGT wines must be produced with grapes from vines suitable for cultivation in the provinces of Brindisi, Lecce and Taranto and registered in the national register of vine varieties for wine grapes. The specification also provides for the possibility of indicating the name of the vine on the label, if the wine is made with at least 85% of the grapes mentioned. The most cultivated grapes are: negroamaro, aleatico, bianco d'Alessano, impigno bianco, malvasia nera di Lecce, malvasia nera di Brindisi, moscatello selvatico, primitivo, susumaniello. Salento is one of the wine-growing areas of Italy that boasts a long tradition in the production of rosé wine, which draws its origin from the ancient "teardrop" winemaking technique dating back to Roman times, which consisted in letting the grapes tear in the forum vinarium before pressing, collecting and vinifying the precious free-run juice that came out of it separately. It is no coincidence that the most famous Italian rosé wine comes from Salento: Leone de Castris' Five Roses, the first rosé to be bottled and marketed in Italy in 1943. Introduced in the region in the twelfth century by the Angevins, Fiano is the white grape that is preparing to become another ambassador of Apulia wine and that in Salento has found a perfect acclimatization, becoming the most cultivated white grape variety together with Chardonnay and native Verdeca.

Salice Salentino

The production area of Salice Salentino DOC includes the municipal area of Cellino San Marco in the province of Brindisi and the territory of the municipalities of Guagnano, Salice Salentino, Veglie and in part the municipal area of Campi Salentina in the province of Lecce. The appellation foresees the production of white, rosé and red wines. As for the ampelographic base, the specification provides for whites, including sparkling wines, a minimum of 70% of chardonnay, with a possible balance of up to 30% of other white non-aromatic grapes, authorized in the provinces of Brindisi and Lecce. With mention of white grape variety: Pinot Blanc and Chardonnay (minimum 85%). For rosés and reds, the specification provides for a minimum of 75% negroamaro, with a possible balance of up to 25% of other red berried grapes authorized in Apulia in the Salento-Arco Ionico area. With mention of aleatico red grape (85%), negroamaro (90%). The Salice Salentino DOC appellation is famous above all for its intense, rich, deep and persistent red wines.



San Juan


Sancerre AOC is one of the most famous appellations in the Loire Valley. The territory extends over the hilly area on the right bank of the river, facing Poully-Fumé. A splendid hilly area with rather steep slopes, which covers a total of about 2800 hectares. The soils are made up of precious white soils, characterized by the presence of calcareous marl from cailloutes and Graviottes. The cool and breezy climate, but always mitigated by the presence of the Loire, is perfect for quality viticulture. The most cultivated grape variety is Sauvignon Blanc, but there are also some Pinot Noir vineyards destined for the production of red and rosé wines. The wines of the Sancerre AOC appellation are also expressions of the terroir and bring the differences of the soils of the various areas into the glass. Those coming from vineyards cultivated on white lands, when young, have rich aromas, which are refined and become more elegant with time. The wines that come from areas characterized by caillottes and Graviottes are instead more subtle and delicate, always endowed with great freshness. In general they are considered among the best Sauvignon Blanc ever.

Sangiovese di Romagna Superiore

Sangue di Giuda




The Sauternes AOC appellation is located on the left bank of the Garonne, in the southern area of the Graves and includes in the territory of several municipalities: Barsac, Bommes, Fargues Preignac and Sauternes. It is an area of ancient traditions, already famous at the time of the Roman occupation of Gaul. The particular microclimate, with a high humidity rate and the presence of morning mists during the autumn season, allows Botrytis cinerea to develop on the grapes the noble molds responsible for the aromas of Sauternes AOC wines. The sauvignon blanc, sémillon and muscadelle grapes are harvested late, only after the development of the Botrytis and vinified once dried. The wines produced in this way are rich in sugars, with intense and complex aromas. However, they retain a good acidity, which makes it always very pleasant to drink. They are wines of great prestige and fame, with an ageing potential that can reach up to several decades. Perfect to combine with foie gras, blue cheeses on a platter or seasoned and savory cheeses.

Scotch Whisky



Sforzato di Valtellina

Sforzato di Valtellina DOCG is an appellation that extends over a series of municipalities on the side of the Rhaetian Alps in the province of Sondrio. It is a wine obtained after a drying of the grapes for a few months in special fruit boxes. The main grape variety of the denomination is nebbiolo, locally called chiavennasca, which according to the specifications must be present in a minimum percentage of 90%, with a possible balance of 10% of other red berried grapes authorized in the province of Sondrio.Sforzato di Valtellina DOCG is a wine with great structure, complexity and aromatic concentration, warm, soft and enveloping.



Sicilia DOC is a general appellation, which covers the whole territory of Sicily. The specification provides for the production of sparkling wine, white, rosé and red wines. The most used grape varieties are: catarratto, inzolia, chardonnay, grecanico, grillo, carricante, chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, viogner, muscat of Alexandria, nero d'Avola, frappato, nerello mascalese, perricone, nocera, cabernet sauvignon and syrah.


Soave DOC is one of the most traditional wines on the Italian white landscape. It was born in the hilly area north-east of Verona and has its classic area, historically more suitable, in the municipalities of Soave and Monforte d'Alpone. The ampelographic base is set by the specification in a minimum of 70% garganega with a possible addition of Trebbiano di Soave and chardonnay for a maximum of 30%. Grapes from white grape varieties, non-aromatic, suitable for cultivation for the Province of Verona for a maximum of 5% can also contribute. Soave DOC is a well-structured wine, harmonious and balanced with excellent ageing potential.

Sonoma County

Sonoma Valley

South Australia

South Region







Südtirol - Alto Adige



Taurasi DOCG wine is one of the great aging reds produced in southern Italy. The area is limited by the specification to a series of municipalities in the province of Avellino. The ampelographic base is set in a minimum of 85% of aglianico, other non-aromatic red berried grapes can compete, authorized in the province of Avellino for a maximum of 15%. Taurasi DOCG is an austere and intense wine, particularly suitable for long aging in wood. It is a wine with great aging potential.

Tennessee Whiskey

Teroldego Rotaliano

Terrasses du Larzac

Terre Aquilane

Terre Siciliane

The Typical Geographical Indication Terre Siciliane provides for the possibility of producing white, rosé and red wines throughout the administrative territory of the Sicily region. The grapes most used in the Terre Siciliane IGT appellation are: catarratto, inzolia, chardonnay, grecanico, grillo, carricante, chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, viogner, muscat of Alexandria, nero d'Avola, frappato, nerello mascalese, perricone, nocera, cabernet sauvignon and syrah.

Terre Siciliane IGT

Terre di Chieti

Terre di Chieti IGT wines can be produced in the entire administrative territory of the province of Chieti. Abruzzo is a land of ancient traditions, very suitable for the cultivation of both red and white grape varieties. The legislation of the Terre di Chieti Typical Geographical Indication provides for the possibility of producing white, rosé and red wines. The most used varieties are: trebbiano d'Abruzzo, pecorino, passerina, cococciola, aglianico, cabernet sauvignon, merlot, sangiovese.

Tierra de Murcia





The Typical Tuscany Geographical Indication provides for the possibility of producing white, rosé and red wines throughout the administrative territory of the Tuscany region. Toscana IGT wines must be obtained from grapes authorized for cultivation in the Tuscany region. It is a very broad and generic IGT linked to a territory of great traditions and of safe quality.

Tre Venezie

Trebbiano d'Abruzzo

Trebbiano d'Abruzzo DOC appellation has a regional character and gives birth to one of the most interesting white wines of central Italy. The Trebbiano d'Abruzzo grape is a variety of particular value from the large Trebbiani family, which is widespread throughout Italy. The specification defines the ampelographic base in a minimum of 85% of Trebbiano d'Abruzzo and/or Bombino Bianco and/or Trebbiano Toscano, other non-aromatic white berried grapes, authorized in Abruzzo, may compete for a maximum of 15%. Trebbiano d'Abruzzo DOC is a wine with a strong personality, good structure and aromatic depth, with a pleasant acidic vein which guarantees a good longevity.


Trentino DOC appellation includes the territory of numerous municipalities in the province of Trento. The specification provides for an ampelographic base for whites of a minimum of 80% of chardonnay and/or pinot blanc, with a possible balance of up to 20% of sauvignon and/or müller thurgau and/or white manzoni. With mention of white grape variety: chardonnay, yellow muscat, müller thurgau, nosiola, pinot blanc, pinot gris, Italian riesling, riesling, sauvignon, gewürztraminer (minimum 85%). As for the rosés, the required ampelographic base is defined in enantio and/or schiava and/or teroldego and/or lagrein, at least in pairs, each present in the maximum of 70%, while for the reds: cabernet franc and/or cabernet sauvignon and/or carmenère and/or merlot. With mention of the red grape variety: pink muscat, cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon, carmenère, lagrein, marzemino, merlot, pinot noir, rebo (minimum 85%). The Trentino DOC appellation is wide and varied, but which always ensures a high quality level of the wines.


Trento DOC is a sparkling, white or rosé wine that can only be produced in 74 municipalities in the territories of the Valle dell'Adige, Valle di Cembra, Vallagarina, Valle del Sarca, Valsugana and Valle Giudicarie. The first evidence of wine production in Trentino dates back to 3000 BC, although the first experiments with the Metodo Classico began around 1850. The real turning point came in 1874 with the birth of the San Michele Agricultural Institute and then with Giulio Ferrari who produced the first Spumante Metodo Classico from Trentino in 1902. In 1993, the Trento DOC appellation was recognized. The Trento DOC is an area of 800 hectares, whose vineyards are arranged on mountain and hill soils, at an altitude that can reach 800 meters above sea level. The vineyards admitted by the specification for the production of Trento DOC are: chardonnay, pinot blanc, pinot noir and pinot meunier. In Trentino, the production of sparkling wine is a real art, furthermore the sparkling wine can only be made with the Metodo Classico, which involves refermentation in the bottle and the subsequent remuage and disgorgement operations. The grapes used for the production of Spumante Trento DOC are usually harvested in advance, vinified in purity and then assembled later. The aging on the lees must last at least 15 months, which must be 36 in the case of the Riserva type. Only Trento DOCs that are aged on the lees for at least 24 months can report the vintage of the grapes on the label. Trento DOC sparkling wines can be of three types: White, Rosé and Riserva. Trento DOC Bianco is characterized by an elegant foam, a pale straw yellow color, a delicate aroma and a lively and crunchy taste profile. Trento DOC Bianco can be called Riserva, if the aging on the lees lasts at least 36 months. The typical color of Trento DOC Riserva is yellow with golden notes, its olfactory and gustatory profile is more characteristic and full. Finally, the Trento DOC of the Rosé (or Rosé) type is characterized by a persistent and fine froth, a pale pink color, a fruity olfactory profile and a harmonious and medium-bodied flavor. Buy Trento DOC online Are you passionate about Spumante Trento DOC? You can buy it online at In your trusted online wine shop you will find the best selection of Trento DOC wines at competitive prices. The Trento DOC Bianco are Metodo Classico sparkling wines with unique characteristics, a straw yellow color with golden reflections, an excellent intensity and aromatic complexity, vanilla, bread crust and croissants notes. The Trento DOC Rosé have a color that oscillates between cherry red and onion skin, while the fruity and floral aromas are joined by notes of cherry and fresh red rose. On you can find the classic Trento DOC Brut Blanc de Blancs Maximum by Ferrari, with its exciting notes of ripe yellow fruit and hazelnut; the Trento DOC Brut Blanc de Blancs Maso Martis with its elegant hints of yeast; or the Trento DOC Brut Rosé Altemasi with a pale pink color with coppery reflections and hints of cherry, red apple and currant. These are just some of the great Trento DOCs available on, discover the range and let yourself be enveloped by the creaminess and persistence of Trento DOC bubbles. Which are the best Trento DOC producers? On you can find the best producers of Trento DOC. From the historic Ferrari company, where the first Trentino Metodo Classico was produced by Giulio Ferrari in 1902, to the prestigious Maso Martis, with its Blanc de Blancs, Riserva and Madame Martis Trento DOC. Another important producer is Altemasi , one of the most representative companies in the production of Trento DOC Metodo Classico, with its fabulous Trento DOC Brut Millesimato; Trento DOC Brut Riserva Graal and Trento DOC Pas Dosé, with elegant perlage and refined structure. We also suggest the famous Revì company with its Trento DOC Rosé Riserva Cavaliere Nero, an elegant and slender rosé sparkling wine, mineral and vanilla. These are just some of the most important Trento DOC producers that you can find on, discover the selection. With which grapes is Trento DOC produced? Trento DOC is a white or rosé sparkling wine that can only be produced with white chardonnay and pinot blanc grapes and with pinot meunier and pinot noir black grapes. distinguished by their suitability for sparkling winemaking and their ability to bring unique characteristics to wine. The Chardonnay, Pinot Bianco, Meunier and Pinot Nero grapes, used for the production of Trento DOC, can be vinified in different ways depending on the type of sparkling wine to be produced. The Trento DOC, like all sparkling wines, can be: Blanc de Blancs, produced only with white berried grapes; Blanc de Noirs, produced with black berried grapes vinified in white; vintage, with 85% of the grapes coming from the harvest of the same year; sans-année, with wines from different vintages; prestige, when the grapes used are those of a specific selection; and finally mono-cru, when the grapes come from a specific vineyard or from a single municipality. Discover the various types of Trento DOC available on What are the characteristics of Trento DOC Rosé? Trento DOC Rosé is a rosé type sparkling wine, characterized by an aging on the lees of 15 months, a pale pink color and a fine and persistent perlage. Trento DOC Rosé can also be produced with Chardonnay, Pinot Bianco, Pinot Nero and Pinot meunier grapes. The Trento DOC Rosé typology can be obtained with the assembly method, by combining white wine and red wine or de saignée, through a brief contact of the black berried grapes with the skins. Trento DOC Rosé has a particularly fruity and harmonious olfactory profile, with notes of cherry and red rose, a medium and characteristic body. On you can find the Trento DOC Rosé Altemasi, balanced, refined and persistent, and the Trento DOC Rosé Revì, with its notes of bread crust and cinnamon. Discover the selection in your trusted online wine shop.



The regulation of the Umbria Typical Geographical Indication foresees the possibility of producing white, rosé and red wines. The production area includes the entire administrative territory of the provinces of Perugia and Terni of the Umbria region. The green heart of Italy has an ancient tradition in the field of viticulture. Its hilly territory and continental climate provide excellent conditions for the cultivation of both red and white grape varieties. The wines of the Umbria IGT appellation can be produced with all the grapes suitable for cultivation in the Umbria Region and registered in the national register of grape varieties for wine grapes. The most cultivated varieties are: sagrantino, sangiovese, merlot, cabernet sauvignon, grechetto, trebbiano spoletino.




Val de Loire

Val di Cornia

Val di Neto


Valdarno di Sopra



Valle Central

Valle d'Aosta

Valle d'Aosta DOC is a regional denomination, which allows the production of white, shaved and red wines. The viticulture is developed on the sides of the valley that rise towards the alpine peaks. It is a heroic, tiring viticulture, with often terraced vineyards, which can only be worked manually and which provide low yields. It is a region rich in rare and very interesting native grapes, preserved over the centuries in a mountain area, which has remained sheltered from the fashions of international grapes. There are many geographical indications in the area: Blanc de Morgex et de La Salle (prié blanc), Chambave Muscat (white muscat), Nus Malvoisie (pinot grigio), Arnad-Montjovet (nebbiolo, minimum 70%), Chambave (petit rouge, minimum 70%), Donnas (nebbiolo, minimum 85%), Enfer d'Arvier (petit rouge, minimum 85%), Nus (vien de Nus, minimum 40%), Torrette (petit rouge, minimum 70%).

Valle d'Itria

Valle de Cafayate

Valle de Colchagua

Valle de Colchagua is one of the most interesting emerging areas of Chilean viticulture. Located in the southwest half of the Rapel Valley, it is characterized by optimal climatic conditions, the result of its proximity to the Equator which ensures a warm and dry climate, tempered by the breezes of the Pacific Ocean, rivers and occasional rains. Although the most relevant wines are obtained from red berried grapes, such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Carmenère and Syrah, in some areas this cooling is so important as to allow the cultivation of white berried varieties. Nestled between the coastal hills and the Andean foothills, its slopes are the most sought-after areas as they are generally granite with strong drainage which stress the vines forcing them to produce fewer grapes but more concentrated substances, and because they tend to be cooler areas than the valley floor characterized by a more pronounced temperature range between day and night leading to the production of grapes with an excellent balance between sugars and acidity. The Tinguiririca river that flows in the northern part where most of the wineries are concentrated, due to the action of the river course that carries water but also clays that slime that make the land particularly fertile and conducive to viticulture.

Valle de Guadalupe

Valle de Ica

Valle de Pedernal

Valle de Uco

Valle del Bío-Bío

Valle del Maipo

Valle del Maule

Valle del Rapel

Valle del Tirso

Valle di Aconcagua

Valles Calchaquìes

Valli di Porto Pino


In the wine area of Valpolicella, some of the finest red wines on the national wine scene are produced, and beyond. Valpolicella is an appellation of great national prestige, able to establish itself on the international market thanks to the quality and rich variety of its wines. Its production history is linked to the care for native red grape varieties: Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella and other minor ones, which give an unmistakable style to the types of wine provided for by the specification: Amarone della Valpolicella, Valpolicella, Valpolicella Ripasso, Recioto della Valpolicella . To let you discover your favorite Valpolicella wine, let's clarify the types. Vintage Valpolicella is a fresh and vinous, soft and lively wine: you can't help but like it! Its "Superiore" version has superior qualitative characteristics, precisely, because it is produced from selected grapes, and characterized by greater alcohol content and structure, also thanks to the aging of one year, as per the production regulations. By increasing its structure, Valpolicella Ripasso DOC has a more consistent body than the previous ones, because it is obtained from the refermentation of Valpolicella on the pomace of Amarone or Recioto. A unique product in the world, pleasantly round and long-lived. If you are planning a little meditation, Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG, the most prestigious wine of Valpolicella, is the wine for you. It is obtained by drying the grapes that rest on fruit stands for 100/120 days, in order to concentrate sugars and polyphenols in the berries, and the slow fermentation results in a wine with a high alcohol content. Finally, aging in wood refines its structure and allows it to evolve for decades. Finally we arrive at Recioto della Valpolicella DOCG, the ancestor of Amarone, the oldest wine of the Valpolicella appellation. This wine is obtained by stopping the fermentation to preserve the necessary sugar percentage, to guarantee the sweetness that distinguishes this wine. Despite being the only sweet wine produced in Valpolicella, it is never cloying thanks to its acidity and structure. Ready to bring Valpolicella to the table? What is the difference between Valpolicella Superiore and Valpolicella Ripasso? If you are wondering the difference between Valpolicella Superiore and Valpolicella Ripasso, we are here to clarify all your doubts. Let's start from the beginning: it can be said that Valpolicella Ripasso is in some way the older brother of Valpolicella, a wine that in its basic version is young and fine with a vinous, subtle aroma and a fresh, dry and somewhat soft, pleasantly lively flavor. Valpolicella Superiore is obtained from the red vinification of the native Valpolicella grapes, followed by a short ageing. Therefore, to obtain the Superiore version, Valpolicella must have higher qualitative characteristics and is in fact produced with the grapes chosen from the best vineyards, sometimes with light drying that lead to greater alcohol content and structure. Furthermore, it cannot be placed on the market before a year has passed since aging. The Valpolicella Ripasso instead takes its name from its production technique. The Ripasso method consists in putting Valpolicella in contact with the pomace of Amarone, thus placing itself as a middle ground between these two types. In those 15-20 days of contact, the second alcoholic fermentation is triggered. All this is done to give the Valpolicella greater structure, without however aspiring to the power of Amarone. Following the harvest, the best bunches are selected and left to dry for about four months on the typical straw used for drying, the so-called “Arelle”. The grapes that have not withered are immediately pressed to produce Valpolicella. Then, when it comes time to rack the Amarone, the Valpolicella is put on the skins for the conferring of flavors and aromas. Ladies and Gentlemen, this is how a Valpolicella Ripasso is born, a wine born as an anti-waste initiative of Recioto or Amarone pomace. The difference between Valpolicella Superiore and Valpolicella Ripasso therefore lies in the more ethereal aromas of the latter, compared to the greater power of the former. The Ripasso is enveloping and full-bodied, the Valpolicella Superiore denotes a more marked alcohol content and requires a greater commitment on the palate, given by the aging of at least 12 months in oak barrels, as required by its production disciplinary. Now that the wines of Valpolicella have no more secrets for you, you can choose from the best labels we have selected for you, and then boast an enological knowledge with your friends on the topic of Valpolicella wines! What are the best wineries in Valpolicella? Can't wait to try a Valpolicella wine, but don't know which are the best wineries? On you happen well, always and in any case. Before we give you our best advice on the best Valpolicella has to offer, know that the Valpolicella DOC is dotted with producers who offer excellent value for their products. You can appeal to guides that report competitions and prizes reserved for the best wineries in Valpolicella, but the reality in this field is very personal and we invite you to try to discover your favorite production style! To help you choose, we can recommend the great names that symbolize quality such as Allegrini with its wine icons, or their Corte Giara line which reinterprets the gustatory importance of Valpolicella in an innovative way, making the wine accessible even to less connoisseurs. If you are a classic type, then you will not go wrong by choosing reference points of the caliber of Masi, Bertani or Tommasi, and you will be surprised to discover the magical essence of the Valpolicella terroir in the glasses of Brigaldara. Softness and elegance are the basis of the production philosophy of Tenuta Santa Maria, owned by the Bertani family, where Amarone was born. For sale exclusively on, the Dal Moro line, identity wines produced from grapes whose vineyards are planted at 250-450 meters above sea level. Whatever your favorite production style, will satisfy you. Are you ready to discover together the best of Valpolicella? What can be paired with Valpolicella Ripasso? You have chosen your favorite Valpolicella Ripasso on and now it's time to think about the ideal dish to match. The particular manufacturing process gives the Valpolicella Ripasso a remarkable personality and an unmistakable elegance. The nose will never lack hints of rose, violet and red fruits and, sometimes, vanilla notes. Lovers of the genre appreciate it above all for the softness of its velvety body that continues in the persistence of the finish. Among the typical scents there are plum, small red fruits but also black cherry and all those fruits that contribute to accentuate the finesse of this wine. With these premises, we advise you to combine your Valpolicella Ripasso with meat-based main courses, to enhance the flavor. Therefore, avoid combining the Ripasso with delicate foods such as white meats, fish or vegetables that would risk disappearing with the combination. Ripasso della Valpolicella can give its best in combination with aged cheeses, cured meats and game. It also intensely enhances first courses with meat sauce, egg pasta and legume-based soups. Whatever the dish, remember that the intensity of the taste will always be the master when it comes to pairing with Ripasso della Valpolicella. Which region does Valpolicella wine belong to? Valpolicella is a production area with a high wine vocation that occupies the entire foothills of the province of Verona, in the Veneto region, and which has about 30,000 hectares, affected by 19 municipalities including 5 within the Valpolicella Classica area and another 14 that fall within the DOC. The territory of Valpolicella is very vast: it borders to the west with Lake Garda and to the north it enjoys the protection of the Lessini Mountains. The production disciplinary provides for the division of Valpolicella into three distinct areas: Valpolicella Classica which includes the municipalities of Sant'Ambrogio di Valpolicella and San Pietro in Cariano, the valleys of Fumane, Marano di Valpolicella and Negrar di Valpolicella. Then comes the sub-appellation Valpolicella Valpantena, including the homonymous valley, and finally the Valpolicella DOC, within which is the municipality of Verona, the Illasi, Tramigna and Mezzane valleys. Morphologically, Valpolicella looks like a complex amphitheater of valleys, the landscape is hilly and soft and everywhere is dominated by vineyards that rise on very rich and varied soils. A veil of mystery hangs around the origin of the name "Valpolicella". The theory that is most popular is that according to which the name derives from the Latin Vallis Polis Cellae, or the Valley of many cellars, as evidence of the ancient wine vocation of this DOC.

Valpolicella Ripasso

Valpolicella Ripasso DOC appellation is reserved for the production of a wine made through a particular process. Valpolicella Ripasso is produced starting from the basic Valpolicella wine, then kept on the residual pomace of Amarone for about 2 weeks. Through this process, the wine acquires greater structure, more intense, mature and deep aromas, the wine thus obtained is very harmonious, soft and velvety, persistent and long-lasting.




The Typical Geographical Indication Veneto, Veneto IGT, includes the entire territory of the provinces of Belluno, Padua, Rovigo, Treviso, Venice, Verona, Vicenza. Among the Italian regions, Veneto is one of those that can boast an ancient and consolidated tradition in the field of viticulture and the production of great wines. Its wines were, in fact, already famous in the times of the ancient Romans and fame has been preserved over the centuries until it reaches intact to the present day. The wines of the Typical Veneto Geographical Indication confirm the high quality level of Venetian production, both in the field of reds and whites. The grapes suitable for cultivation for the respective provinces can contribute to the preparation of the Veneto IGT wines. There are many varieties of indigenous grapes grown in the region, complemented by a noble selection of international varieties, present for centuries in the area. The range of Veneto IGT wines offers a wide choice of both red and white wines, always guaranteeing an excellent level and an excellent quality/price ratio.


Venezia Giulia

Venezia Giulia IGT is an appellation that includes the entire territory of the provinces of Gorizia, Pordenone, Trieste and Udine. Friuli Venezia Giulia is a region historically very suitable for the cultivation of vines. The climatic conditions and the nature of the soils have proved, since ancient times, ideal for producing great wines, especially with white berried grapes. The natural protection offered by the Julian Alps from the cold north winds and the influence of the gentle breezes of the Adriatic Sea, create a mild climate of an almost Mediterranean mold. The soils, made up of precious layers of marl and sandstone or from ancient river deposits, have proved to be very suitable for hosting a viticulture marked by the search for quality. The region can boast a rich heritage of interesting native grapes. However, during the nineteenth century, many international grapes were introduced, which have perfectly acclimatized, expressing themselves on high quality levels. Today the offer of Venezia Giulia IGT wines is wide and always of high quality, in line with the best local traditions.


Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi

Verdicchio di Matelica


Vermentino di Gallura

Vermentino di Sardegna

Vermentino di Sardegna DOC is one of the most appreciated Italian white wines to accompany seafood. According to the specification, it can be produced in the whole territory of Sardinia. The island has an ancient tradition in the field of viticulture, which dates back to the time of the first Phoenician colonization. The warm and breezy climate, typically Mediterranean and the presence of the gentle sea breezes, are particularly favorable conditions for the cultivation of the vine. The ampelographic base of Vermentino di Sardegna DOC is fixed, also for the sparkling and sparkling versions, in a minimum of 85% of Vermentino. Grapes from other non-aromatic white grape varieties, authorized in the Sardinia region for a maximum of 15%, may possibly contribute. Vermentino di Sardegna DOC is an intense, soft and harmonious wine, with rich fruity aromas and balanced freshness.

Vermouth di Torino

Vernaccia di Oristano

Vernaccia di San Gimignano

Vernaccia di Serrapetrona





Vigneti delle Dolomiti

The Typical Geographical Indication Vigneti delle Dolomiti can be used for white, red and rosé wines, produced in the territories of the provinces of Trento, Bolzano and Belluno. Vigneti delle Dolomiti IGT is an interregional appellation, which finds its unitary connotation in the belonging of the production territories to the Dolomite area. The Typical Geographical Indication Vigneti delle Dolomiti identifies mountain wines, produced in areas, which, due to their climate and land, are very suitable for viticulture based on the search for the highest quality. Vigneti delle Dolomiti IGT wines can be obtained with grapes suitable for cultivation in the provinces of Bolzano and Trento in the South Tyrol region, and Belluno in the Veneto region, registered in the National Register of grape varieties for wine grapes, with the exclusion of a series of grapes indicated in the legislation. Vigneti delle Dolomiti IGT is an appellation that traditionally produces excellent wines, with an excellent qualit /price ratio.

Vin Mousseux

Vin Mousseux de Qualité

Vin Santo del Chianti

Vin Santo del Chianti Classico

Vin Santo di Montepulciano

Vin de France

Vin de Pays du Var

Vinho Verde

Vino Spumante

Vino Spumante di Qualità

The term Vino Spumante di Qualità is used for all sparkling wines produced within the territory of appellations, which do not expressly provide for the sparkling wine type in the specification. It can also be used in the event that, due to the choice of grape varieties or production processes, the sparkling wines do not fall within the discipline of the territorial appellation to which they belong. Often these are true excellences of small territories or sparkling wines made with particular and interesting indigenous grapes. The law establishes some basic rules to guarantee the quality and homogeneity of the Vino Spumante di Qualità. The minimum natural alcoholic strength cannot be less than 10% vol. Liquer de tirage can be composed, together with yeasts and sucrose, only from: grape must, partially fermented grape must from which a table wine or VQPRD can be obtainedù The duration of the preparation process of Vino Spumante di Qualità, including the aging of the product in the production company, must not be less than 9 months from the beginning of the second fermentation. The duration of the fermentation and the permanence of the wine on the lees cannot be less than 60 days. Furthermore, Vino Spumante di Qualità must have an overpressure equal to 3.5 atmospheres at the time of opening, reduced to 3 atmospheres if the container has a capacity of less than 25 cL.




Vosne-Romanée AOC appellation is located in Burgundy, in the most noble heart of the Côte de Nuits, on the border with other famous appellations such as Clos-de-Vougeot, Vosne-Romanée, La Tache, Richebourg, Romanée-Conti, Echézeaux, names mythical in the world of wine. The vineyard area covers about 225 hectares, in the Combe de Concoeur area at an altitude between 250 and 350 meters above sea level. Vosne-Romanée AOC includes the Appellation Village, 15 Premier Cru and 8 Grand Cru. The absolute protagonist of the territory is the pinot noir which gives rich and velvety wines, of great finesse and elegance, with an aging potential of about ten years.



Washington State

Western Australia

Western Cape

iano di Avellino

Ștefan Vodă

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