Italy

Coffee, pasta, pizza, Prosecco and wine… the British seem to love all things Italian at the moment! So diverse and fascinating, Italian wine thoroughly deserves its current popularity. As far as great reds go, Tuscany fields players such as Chianti Classico, Brunello di Montalcino, Vino Nobile di Montepulciano - all made from Sangiovese - to add to its line-up of Supertuscans from French varieties. The star players in Piedmont are Barolo and Barbaresco made from Nebbiolo grapes then Primitivo, Negroamaro, Nero d’Avola and Nerello Mascalese all feature in the South. Exploring the whites, there is so much more to discover than budget Pinot Grigio! Gavi, Friuli and Soave should be remembered in the North, but the South is an equally good source of richer, silkier wines made from grapes such as Fiano and Greco. From the middle are the old favourites, but much-improved Vernaccia di San Gimignano, Orvieto, Frascati and Verdicchio.

Areas within Italy:

Veneto & North East Italy  |  Piedmont & North West Italy  |  Tuscany  |  Umbria & Mid Italy  |  South of Italy  |  Sicily  |  Sardinia

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  1. Sesti Brunello di Montalcino
    Brunello di Montalcino, Sesti, Castello di Argiano 2014
    Sangiovese/Brunello 13.5% Vol
    Italy > Tuscany
    A fantastic, complex wine with blackberries, loganberries, herbs and spices on the nose, the palate...
    £62.00 per bottle
  2. Sesti Brunello di Montalcino, Argiano
    Brunello di Montalcino, Sesti, Castello di Argiano 2016
    Sangiovese/Brunello 13.5% Vol
    Italy > Tuscany
    A fantastic, complex wine with blackberries, loganberries, herbs and spices on the nose, the palate...
    £66.00 per bottle
  3. Sesti Grangiovese
    Sesti 'Grangiovese', Toscana, Castello di Argiano 2019
    Sangiovese/Brunello 14.0% Vol
    Italy > Tuscany
    The Sesti family uses the Sangiovese grapes that don't go into their Brunello and Rosso di...
    £17.50 per bottle

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