Migliori vini italiani

  • Brunello di Montalcino is a red wine of Guaranteed and Controlled Designation of Origin produced in the territory of Montalcino, in Tuscany. It’s undoubtedly one of the most popular red wines, both in Italy and in the rest of the world, and its limited production ensures its exceptional quality.

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    Brunello di Montalcino: the world-renowned red wine
  • Greco di Tufo is a white wine made exclusively from Greco grapes and totally cultivated in the territories of Montefusco, Santa Paolina, Petruro and Tufo, in Irpinia. Both the winemaking and the aging must take place in stainless steel tanks.

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    Greco di Tufo, the white wine with bubbles
  • Among the many treasures of Sicily, the Marsala wine DOC certainly occupies a place of honor, which is a fortified wine exclusively produced in the province of Trapani. Marsala wine is famous throughout the world for its extreme adaptability: it can be used for cooking as well as a meal accompaniment, as a sorbet substitute, as an aperitif or with dessert.

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  • Chianti Classico is a D.O.C.G. wine produced in Tuscany in a wide area included between the provinces of Florence and Siena. Its production goes back to the Etruscan age The districts involved in said production are Greve in Chianti, Castellina in Chianti, Gaiole in Chianti, Radda in Chianti, Barberino Val d'Elsa, San Casciano in Val di Pesa, Greve in Chianti, Castelnuovo Berardenga and Poggibonsi.

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    Chianti Classico Wine: characteristics, accompaniments and organoleptic properties
  • Franciacorta is a DOCG sparkling wine, whose production is only allowed in the province of Brescia. It is named after the region where it is made. Its main feature is that the second fermentation process only happens using the traditional method, which takes place in the bottle with a mixture of sugar and yeast. This particular process is also called "metodo classico".

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    Franciacorta wines: types, organoleptic properties and accompaniments
  • Nero d'Avola is one of the most well-known and appreciated varieties of red grapes amongst the native Sicilian production. Its origin dates back to the Greek occupation of these territories: they imported this vine and introduced the particular type of farming still used in these days.

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    Nero d'Avola: production, organoleptic properties and accompaniments
  • Zibibbo is a type of Muscat vine, also known by the names of Muscat of Alexandria, Muscat of Spain, moscatellone and salamanna; it is cultivated throughout the Mediterranean area. This same name also indicates the sweet and fortified wine, which is obtained using this type of grape.

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    Zibibbo, the great treasure of Pantelleria
  • Il Morellino di Scansano è un vino rosso DOCG (Denominazione di origine controllata e garantita) toscano prodotto in provincia di Grosseto, nella zona delimitata tra le valli del fiume Ombrone e del fiume Albegna che comprende, oltre al territorio del comune di Scansano, parte dei comuni di Grosseto, Magliano in Toscana, Campagnatico, Roccalbegna, Semproniano e Manciano.

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    Morellino di Scansano: price, organoleptic properties and pairings