Italian wines

Italian White Wine

Italian White Wine

There are many Italian territories that have established themselves over the years for its outstanding production of white wines and wine and will show you all the production of white wines from every Italian region and type of wine.

Italian Red Wine

Italian Red Wine

In this channel dedicated to red wines that are produced on the whole Italian territory, wines and wine will introduce you to the region by region and type of wine to all the best Italian wineries.

Italian Sparkling Wine

Italian Sparkling Wine

Italian spumante is currently experiencing a period of strong growth in the world, thanks to the territories quality and excellence as the Franciacorta Trentino etc.. For years, less famous Champagne.

Italian Wine Rosè

Italian Wine Rosè

In this section you can find a wide selection of Italian rosé wines, from the best wineries of various Italian regions of production. you will find in any review of the wine a direct link to the manufacturer to buy online your favorite wine.

Italian Dessert Wine

Italian Dessert Wine

In this channel you will find a wide range of sweet wines and dessert Italian dessert, but also great with cheese and nuts, the best wineries and wine companies and the various Italian regions. For each wine is available with a detailed set over to the manufacturer based in the region of origin...

Italian Natural Wine

Italian Natural Wine

A production philosophy is consolidating among producers: to produce naturally working in respect of the land, the territory and the cycles of nature. Outside the logic of certifications the producers of natural wine commit themselves not to use chemicals in the vineyard nor in the...

Italian wines nelle regioni italiane

Italian wines Abruzzo

Abruzzo is a region in which denominations and grape varieties are very scarce: Montepulciano d'Abruzzo and Trebbiano d'Abruzzo, vinified from grapes of the same name, are the two most extensive DOC.

It is interesting to point out that this apparent simplicity is characterized by very...

Italian wines Basilicata

The Greeks are the people who colonized the region after the coming of the Lucanians, and who introduced the earliest types of agriculture, among which also vine-growing. Exactly form "ellenico", the term "Aglianico" derives, the vine most blooming and cultivated in Basilicata, that allows the...

Italian wines Calabria

Viticulture in Calabria arises even before the Greek colonization. In the eight century BC, with the arrival of the Greeks, the techniques were modernized and refined. Not by chance, the region was called Enotria, linked to the word "wine" (oinos). Many towns in Calabria became very important...

Italian wines Campania

Campania is the cradle of Italian viticulture. The soils of volcanic origin, the proximity to the sea, the sunny climate and the accuracy of local farmers have made possible a production of wine that is always blooming and of quality even in the most difficult moments. Already in the Roman...

Italian wines Emilia-Romagna

Emilia-Romagna is a rich and complex region. The wines are mostly found in the hilly area that begins in the Via Emilia, with the exception of the lowland areas of production of Lambrusco. This wine, that beyond its commercial and economic potential, has been able to increase a lot its value in...

Italian wines Friuli-Venezia Giulia

In Friuli Venezia Giulia we find the three most famous denominations of white wines from the hills, which offer structured and minerals wines: Colli Orientali del Friuli, Collio and Carso. This latter is distinguished by the uniqueness of the soil, very calcareous, and the rigidity of the winds...

Italian wines Lazio

While in southern Italy, thanks to the influence of Greek domination, several centuries before Christ vine was cultivated and a great importance was given to the production and consumption of wine, in the center of the peninsula ancient and warlike populations, devoted most of all to sheep...

Italian wines Liguria

Liguria preserves some of the most rugged and terraced vineyards of Italy, and also among the most beautiful ones. A look at the Cinque Terre is enough to understand that viticulture in this place has something extraordinary.

Plants hang by a thread, overlooking the sea. Albarola and...

Italian wines Lombardia

A few kilometers from Tortona one of the biggest potential areas still undeveloped of the wine world within the country is located: the Oltrepò Pavese. There are potentials, there are climate and vineyards, too. Chardonnay, Riesling and Pinot Nero have found since a long time ago a good feeling...

Italian wines Marche

The Marche region is known especially for Verdicchio, both of Castelli di Jesi and of Matelica. Without doubt it is one of the most well known wines of our country, both for the extraordinary longevity of some wine products, andfor the famous amphora-shaped bottle that has conquered the world....

Italian wines Molise

The history of agriculture (and then of winemaking) of this region is relatively modern, as only at the end of World War II Abruzzo and Molise were separated. Despite being one of the smallest regions in Italy, the climate within is various, and this has a great influence on its vineyards and on...

Italian wines Piemonte

Nebbiolo is the most noble grape variety of Piedmont and found, in the municipality of Barolo, a special uniqueness that sets it apart from the few areas outside, where the grapes of the vine fail to mature properly. It is indeed a rather rare case, one in which such an important variety from...

Italian wines Puglia

Puglia grew vines and produced wines already two thousand years before Christus, thanks most of all to the conformation of the territory, naturally suited to agriculture.
Unfortunately, with the fall of the Roman Empire all the activities of land growing were abandoned, viticulture among...

Italian wines Sardegna

According to the testimonies arrived to us, vine comes in Sardinia thanks to the Phoenician people. Only during the Carthaginian domination we have the certainty of the actual production of wine. With the arrival of the Punics we witness the first standstill of the viticulture: Sardinia had to...

Italian wines Sicilia

To Phoenicians and Greeks outstanding achievements regarding the production and marketing of wine in Sicily are recognized, but wine-growing in the region begins even before their arrival (arond 1600-1800 BC). Wine, then, has always been of paramount importance both for culture and economy of...

Italian wines Trentino-Alto Adige

Trentino Alto Adige has its own individual history. Although formally it is a unique region, from the point of view of the traditions, its realities are well differentiated. It is enough to say that, historically, Alto Adige until a few decades ago was a land in which the production of red wines...

Italian wines Toscana

In the Tuscany region we find immortal expressions of local grape varieties, from Montalcino with its Brunello, to Prugnolo Gentile of the Nobile di Montepulciano wine, up to the most famous Italian wine: Chianti. All these different varieties justify the variability of a not replicable...

Italian wines Umbria

Wines with great aging potential and made from Sangiovese are the alter ego of the most well-known grape variety and Umbrian wine: Sagrantino di Montefalco. It is ascertained that this variety contains a very high amount of polyphenolic substances and that these can be attributed to the great...

Italian wines Valle d'Aosta

In Valle d'Aosta, together with the white wines in the area of Morgex from Prie Blanc grapes, delicious dessert wines such as Malvasia di Nus and Moscato di Chambave are produced. Slightly more downstream we find some interesting and delicate red wines from Fumin, Pinot Nero, Petit Rouge grapes,...

Italian wines Veneto

In the Veneto region there are two milestones of Italian oenology: Valpolicella and Soave. You can not leave out the Bardolino area, nor the one of Gambellara, that have many points of contact with the former with their grape varieties and their winemaking processes, but are very different from...