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Italian Red Wines
Italy makes some of the finest red wines in
the world, and most of their great wines are made from grapes that are
unique to Italy.
Tuscany is home to Sangiovese, and from that noble grape come wines such as Chianti, Chianti Classico, Brunello di Montalcino, Vino Nobile dei Montepulciano and Morellino di Scansano.
the north, the Piedmont is where you will find the Nebbiolo based wines
of Barolo and Barbaresco. You'll also find wines made from Barbera
(Barbera di Asti and Barbera di Alma) and Dolcetto.
In the Italian
south, you'll find wines made from indiginous grapes with names like
Aglianico, Primitivo, Sangrantino and Negroamaro.
Seek them out to find to ones that you really like!
VINTAGE 2012. Our Rosso is ruby red in color with purple hues. On the nose, the wine shows intense notes of red fruit, of cherries, blueberries, and black currants. The palate is well-balanced and complex, with sweet tannins and the ripe red fruit ... click for more details
Integrated mocha and tar accents enrich dark plum, black licorice and olive paste notes in this elegant red, structured by fine tannins and juicy acidity.The Zaccagnini Montepulciano d'Abruzzo has a bright ruby red color with garnet hues. Intense, ... click for more details
The Masciarelli Montepulciano d'Abruzzo shows a Deep ruby red color. The nose is intense and complex. On the palate, you will find red berries, cherry, red currants, violets, hint of tobacco.Bright ruby in color, with an attractive nose of red ... click for more details
Brilliantly ruby red in color the wine has aromas of red berry fruits, plums, black cherries and violets. It is supple and harmonious on the palate, with bright acidity and balanced tannins.
Blend: 40% Negroamaro, 30% Primitivo, 30% ... click for more details
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As Sardinia’s foremost wine producer, Sella & Mosca is renowned for premium wines made exclusively from estate-grown grapes. In addition to native varieties such as Vermentino and Cannonau, the winery has successfully pioneered the ... click for more details
This wine is produced with Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah grapes coming from the Antinori vineyards in Tuscany. The wine is refined for 12 months in oak casks followed by further 8 months in the bottle prior to release. Intense ... click for more details
The wine itself comes from a few of the region's finest vineyard sites, in the areas of Maremma, Colline Pisane, and Colli Fiorentini. Soil type goes from compact, including a very fine-textured limestone at 1,300-1,500 feet a.s.l, a classic, ... click for more details
Estate-grown Chianti Classico DOCG
90% Sangiovese, 10% Merlot and Syrah
Intense red fruit aromas with light hints of vanilla and coffee. A well-structured wine with smooth, sweet tannins of nice length with fruity flavours. This wine is made ... click for more details
A wine which is the maximum expression of its territory and of the grape varieties which compose its blend: first and foremost the Sangiovese of Ruffoli, the magic Chianti Classico hillside in Greve in Chianti. Its forte is the freshness of its ... click for more details
Saladini Pilastri has been farming organically since 1995, and received certification in 1998. The history of Count Saladini Pilastri dates back to the year 1000. A noble family that boasts a rich and fascinating past hailing from Ascoli Piceno, ... click for more details
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Produced with Sangiovese, Chianti Classico Borgo Scopeto is aged 12 months in oak barrels of 30 Hl.
After a further 5 months of aging in the bottle, has an intense aroma with notes of wild berries blacks.
The taste, well-structured , emphasizes ... click for more details
Gabbiano Chianti DOCG is a traditional blend of primarily Sangiovese grapes, but also includes small amounts of Canaiolo, Trebbiano, and Colorino grapes. The DOCG designation means this Chianti meets the rigorous winemaking standards set by Italian click for more details
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The history of the Vietti winery traces its roots back to the 19th Century. The estate, which has been in the Vietti family for four generations, is based in the village of Castiglione Falletto in Piedmont’s Langhe region. In 1919 Mario Vietti click for more details
Brothers Antonio and Paolo Sperone own and manage this small family estate in the Piedmont. Having already discovered their extremely good, value-priced Barolo, we had to try their Pinot Noir when we heard about it. And we were very impressed. Not ... click for more details
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The intense, ruby red color of this wine tends toward orange with age. The full bouquet of sweet black cherry, pepper, and licorice is typical of the Cannonau grape. Warm and full bodied on the palate with excellent texture, ripe fruit flavors and ... click for more details