Italian wines are among the best in the world in terms of quality and taste. There are many varieties - known as Sangiovese, Barbera, Chianti, Nebbiolo, Nero ďAvola, Montepulciano. In GamberoRosso we have put together an interesting collection of wines.
Area: Italy, Piemonte - Barolo
Type: Dry, red, still • Kind: Nebbiolo • Alcohol: 13,5 % • Year: 2010
Soft red wine made from grapes from 100% Nebbiolo varieties grown on the winery Italian wine region of Piedmont - Barolo.
Barolo is the most famous and one of the most prestigious wines, both Piedmont and all over Italy, but it is one of the world's oenological treasures. It's single breed wine.
Barolo has a dark garnet red color with orange reflections. The aroma is intense with hints of roses and violets. Full dry taste, robust but harmonious.
Greco di Tufo
Area: Italy, Campania
Type: Dry, white • Kind: Greco • Alcohol: 13,0 % • Year: 2013
Delicious white wine from ancient varieties. The wine has a straw yellow color, scent has notes of apricot, peach and pear. The taste is smooth, with elegant tannins.
100% Greco variety - the variety was on the territory of the Apennine Peninsula brought the ancient Greeks before the founding of Rome. Vineyard lies on the banks of the River Sabato in Irpinia.
Greco di Tufo excellent with seafood, grilled fish, poultry and cold food. Suitable as an aperitif.
Brunello di Montalcino
Area: Italy, Tuscany
Type: Dry, red, still • Kind: Sangiovese • Alcohol: 14,5 % • Year: 2009
Bright ruby to garnet color, strong aroma of red fruit, cocoa and sweet tobacco. The taste is full and intense, with plenty of fine tannins, optimal acidity and aftertaste ultimately exemplary long. The wine is very elegant.