Italian Red Wines

A selection of red wines from Italy.

The selection includes Puglia, Tuscany, Emilia Romagna and many other regions. Italy is still the world's largest producer of wine and the vast majority of wines are red. There is around 4000 different grape varieties in Italy alone but many of these are practically the same grape but have a micro reginality that the growers from the area cling onto with great pride and reverence.

Some of the best wines in the world are produced in Italy and some of the best growers are represented here in our website. People like John matta of Castello Vicchiomaggio who has won the Italian Wine Maker Of The Year numerous times and also Carpineto who have been named as Best italian Winery in many competitions. Other outstanding producers include Umberto Cesari and Marchesi di Frescobaldi who have a reputation that goes back many generations.

The most popular grapes used in Italian Red wines include, Montepulciano, Sangiovese, Primitivo, Negroamaro, Corvina, Nebbiolo and Valpolicella.

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Italian Red Wines

A selection of red wines from Italy.

The selection includes Puglia, Tuscany, Emilia Romagna and many other regions. Italy is still the world's largest producer of wine and the vast majority of wines are red. There is around 4000 different grape varieties in Italy alone but many of these are practically the same grape but have a micro reginality that the growers from the area cling onto with great pride and reverence.

Some of the best wines in the world are produced in Italy and some of the best growers are represented here in our website. People like John matta of Castello Vicchiomaggio who has won the Italian Wine Maker Of The Year numerous times and also Carpineto who have been named as Best italian Winery in many competitions. Other outstanding producers include Umberto Cesari and Marchesi di Frescobaldi who have a reputation that goes back many generations.

The most popular grapes used in Italian Red wines include, Montepulciano, Sangiovese, Primitivo, Negroamaro, Corvina, Nebbiolo and Valpolicella.

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Showing 1 to 20 of 94
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Showing 1 to 20 of 94
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