Italy is the largest wine producer today and wines from Italian vineyards are valued all over the world. Long tradition in winemaking, rich soil and a huge selection of grape species (more than 2000) — all this contributes to the popularity of Italian wines.

Winemaking in Italy began under the Greeks, and flourished during the Roman Empire. The climate of Italy, dominated by Mediterranean Sea and mountain ranges, is ideal. In the north, the Alps protect from the cold, and the Apennines stretch from north to south. This geography creates allows for several microclimate zones to emerge, which is beneficiary for grape varieties and winemaking in general.

When it comes to Italian wines, great wines as Chianti, Brunello di Montalcino or Amarone come to everyone’s mind. But nevertheless, every region of Italy has its own masterpieces that are worth trying.

So be invited to taste Italian wines like our Pinot Grigio from Trentino, Negroamaro from Apulia or wines made in Sicilian vineyards like Grillo or Nero d’Avola.