Regiuni

  • Abruzzo

    Abruzzo is situated in the East of Lazio. This is the region which produces only two types of grapes - Montepulciano and Trebbiano the two...

  • Campania

    Campania is one of the regions in the South of Italy, which stretches along the Tyrrhenian Sea, at the mouth of the Garigliano River all the way...

  • Friuli Venezia-Giulia

    Friuli-Venezia Giulia is the region situated in the eastern part of Italy, at the Slovenian border. Here, the vineyards benefit from contrast of...

  • Le Marche

    Le Marche is a relatively small region, mountainous and extremely beautiful, being synonymous with Verdicchio, a grape from which white wine is...

  • Lombardy

    Although the area is known primarily for the fashion industry and the financial, Lombardy produces two well known wines. The first one from the...

  • Piemonte

    In Italian, Piedmont means “Foot of the mountain”, the Alps greatly influencing the wines produced here. The vineyards lie at the foot of hills...

  • Sardinia

    The southern wine region and of the islands of Sardinia and Sicily, is the third viticulture region of Italy. Also, the tradition of the...

  • Sicily

    Sicily is located in the extreme South of Italy, being also the largest winegrowing region of the country. It is known for its large quantity of...

  • Trentino Alto-Adige

    The most northern Italian region is extremely mountainous and only 15% of the surface may be cultivated (in the River Adige’s Valley). It is a...

  • Tuscany

    Tuscany is the most famous winegrowing region of Italy, also considered the most beautiful one. 6 of the Italian DOCG appellations are here, as...

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