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Deep ruby-red in colour, this Chianti tempts the taste buds with aromas...
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In the 1970's some Italian wine makers believed that the legal rules...
Verrazzano's Chianti Classico, like others in the Greve area of Chianti have...
Sant'Antimo Rosso DOC is produced in the area of Castelnuovo dell'Abate, considered...
This superb red wine comes from Sangiovese grapes which mature on chalky...
Rosso di Montalcino shares the reputation of the famous Brunello and belongs...
Produced only in top vintages (the first was in 1924) the Riserva...
Bottega's Bolgheri Rosso comes from the region around Castagneto Carducci in Tuscany...
A veritable super Tuscan since 1982, the Castello di Verrazzano Gran Selezione...
Even considering the roughly 8 billion bottles of wine it produces each year, the country manages to stay true to wine styles that go back four thousand years. As a result, Italy not only has more local grape varieties than any other country, but it also has some of the most distinctive wines on Earth.