Piedmonte, nestled in the north-western corner of Italy, holds a special place as one of the country’s finest wine regions. It is renowned for its iconic and highly regarded wines.

Red wines take centre stage here, with Nebbiolo reigning as the king of red grape varieties in Piedmonte. Barolo and Barbaresco, both DOCG wines, showcase the pure expression of Nebbiolo grown in the Langhe hills surrounding Alba, with each named after a village within its production zone.

Nebbiolo is also cultivated outside the DOCGs, labelled as d’Alba or Langhe, alongside other notable varieties like Dolcetto and Barbera. While white wines have a supporting role, don’t miss the delightful Gavi, crafted from the Cortese grape, and the aromatic Arneis from the Roero zone near Alba.

Lastly, for sparkling wines, indulge in the delightful and low-alcohol Moscato-based wines of Asti.

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Tuscany, adorned with enchanting medieval villas, sprawling vineyards, and bountiful olive groves instantly captivate wine enthusiasts worldwide. Renowned for its exceptional wine quality, Tuscany is home to numerous prestigious wineries. The mere mention of names like Chianti, Brunello di Montalcino, and Vino Nobile di Montepulciano evokes a sense of wonder, while the impressive array of “Super Tuscan” IGT wines has achieved iconic status. At the heart of Tuscany’s winemaking lies Sangiovese, the regal red grape, harmoniously blended with indigenous and international grape varieties that flourish amidst the rolling hills, resulting in a diverse collection of wines that exude the unmistakable charm of their Italian heritage.

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Venturing into north-eastern Italy, Veneto has 20 renowned wine production zones, offering a treasure trove of renowned Italian wines. From the elegant Soave to the lively Prosecco, the vibrant Bardolino to the captivating Valpolicella and the majestic Amarone della Valpolicella, Veneto boasts a collection of esteemed names in the wine world.

The region benefits from a mild to cool continental climate, influenced by the nearby Lake Garda to the west and the Adriatic Sea to the east. Here, grape varieties like Garganega, Vespaiolo, Pinot Bianco, Corvina, Rondinella, and Molinara, alongside international varieties, are skilfully crafted into flavourful wines that exude character by the region’s finest wineries.

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