Italy

Italy

Italy

Known by the Greeks as Oenotria – Land of Wine – vineyards run across the slopes of Italy, from the northern tip of right down to the toe. Italy is the world’s largest wine producer, though a fair percentage of that production goes in to making Vermouth. With over 2000 grape varieties reportedly grown, the range of styles is as diverse as the food.

Gone are the days of Chianti in straw bottles, fit only for candles. Modern Italy is a melting pot of well-made wines with true regional expression – from Barolo, Barbaresco and Amarone in the north, right down to the Negroamaro in Sicily, via the Sangiovese of Tuscany’s Chianti.

There are some equally superb whites, although the world does appear to be awash with Pinot Grigio, the in grape variety of the moment.


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A great style of Prosecco. Full of lively, little bubbles and lovely soft lemon and pear fruit, it's fantastically refreshing and works brilliantly as an aperitif.

 

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Floralba Prosecco has fine bubbles, with a classic Prosecco aromatic nose. The wine is very soft on the palate, offering refreshing acidity with lots of mouthfilling tropical fruit and citrus flavours.

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Full of cherry and plum fruit, with a classic almond character on the nose. Full-bodied with great rustic texture, it has well-integrated tannins and an elegant finish.

 

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A light, fruity white wine from sunny Puglia in southern Italy. Ideal for summer salads or just drinking on its own on balmy evenings.

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Light, crisp and fresh white from Piemont in northern Italy. Full of citrus and green fruit flavours. made from the same grapes as Gavi d gavi and just as good.

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