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Wines of Italy - a celebration of taste and flavor

Italian wines are known for their unique characteristics, including bright and memorable flavors and aromas. They are also known for their resistance to aging while still being enjoyable when young. At Vi.Wine, it is easy to compare prices across different stores and order the desired brand.

Italy is the world's largest producer of wine by volume and is also known for producing high-quality wine. The main wine-producing regions in the country include Tuscany, Veneto, and Piedmont. Tuscany is particularly famous for its wines, with the Maremma and Bolgheri regions producing the French grape variety called Sassicaia, which is still used today to produce "super Tuscan" wines. These wines are unique in that they are not made from Italian grapes or a mixture of other grapes.
  • Tuscany
  • Veneto
  • Piedmont

Italian wines are known for their distinctive and unique flavors, with each wine region having its own characteristic features. Red wines from northern regions are light, bright, and have a pleasant berry and fruit flavor, while white wines from northern wineries are full, buttery, and sweet. Wines from the Piedmont region are tart and acidic, and those from the Friuli region are bright and fresh. Tuscan wines are especially different due to the various micro-terroirs that contribute to the wine's unique characteristics. For example, Scansano wine has a bright cherry aroma and a mild, light flavor, while Chianti wines are simple, acidic, and moderately tart with notes of red or black berries. The taste also depends on the strength, the presence of sugar, and the year of production.

Italian wines, especially those from Chianti, pair perfectly with Italian dishes and are very gastronomic. A strong red dry wine pairs well with complex pasta dishes, lasagna, and meat dishes, while a delicate and light white wine complements cheese, cheese snacks, and fruit. Simple and clear wines are best paired with simple dishes. Sangiovese wines can be paired with all types of pasta, pizza, entrecôtes, steaks, and red meat dishes, while Greco wines pair well with oysters and spicy, salty dishes.

The main grape variety used to make wine in Italy is Sangiovese, which is grown primarily in Tuscany. Other grape varieties, including Greco, are also used in winemaking in different Italian regions.
  • Sangiovese: The main variety of Tuscany. Tannic, acidic, reveals floral and berry tones. Notes of leather and tea are present. Different Sangiovese wines have a variety of flavors with many shades.
  • Greco: Grows on the slopes of volcanoes in southern Italy. Fresh, light, delicate flavor