Check our Wine Guides if you are interested to learn more about the best Italian Wines – including Barolo, Chianti Classico, Amarone, Primitivo, or Prosecco and many more.

The Ultimate Guide to The Best Italian Wines will be a great start, it will give you a quite thorough overview of all key Italian denominations. It covers main winemaking areas: from Barolo DOCG and Alba in Piemonte, to Alto Adige DOC in the North-East, to Vermentino of Sardinia and Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, all the way to Puglia’s legendary Primitivo in the very South.

You will also find a helpful article “How to choose the best Italian Red Wine”, as well as essential tips on food pairing with most famous Italian wines.

Read our guides and enjoy your wine in moderation – ciao!

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