Italy

Wines of Italy

Italy is the largest producer of wines in the world. In fact it is more like a continent than a country when it comes to viticulture. Here you have a country that has only been a unified nation for a little more than 150 years and is comprised of 20 or regions, each of which has its own clutch of grape varieties, climates and cultures. No other country has as many grape varieties, appellations (known as DOCs or DOCGs here), wine producers, or climates as Italy leading to an unparalleled variety of wines.

We have conveniently broken down our range into each region.

Richard Ballantyne MW

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  1. Principe Pallavicini 2017 Malvasia Puntinata Roma
    This is a fabulous wine made from the rare and very exciting Malvasia Puntinata, named after the tiny dark spots on the... Learn More
  2. Le Pupille 2017 Morellino di Scansano
    Morellino is the local name for Sangiovese in this part of coastal Tuscany. The wines here are warm and rich, with the... Learn More
  3. Cantine del Notaio 2015 Basilicata Aglianico l'Atto
    Notaio's l'Atto is made from grapes grown in one of Southern Italy's most fascinating spots: Monte Vulture, an extinct... Learn More
  4. Pieropan 2017 Soave Classico
    Special Price £14.39 Regular Price £15.99
    Soave is a candidate for Italy's greatest wine region, and Pieropan is its leading producer. Amazingly complex wines,... Learn More
  5. Nicosia 2017 Etna Bianco Vulka
    Etna is as equally good for whites as it is for reds. The vines are grown at high altitudes of 650 - 700 metres so the... Learn More
  6. Lunae 2017 Vermentino Colli di Luni
    Italy's Ligurian coast is home to the country's most interesting versions of Vermentino, a variety which I am very fond... Learn More
  7. Nicosia 2015 Etna Rosso 'Vulka'
    Don't let the pale hue of the reds from Etna fool you into thing that these are light wines - they pack a punch with... Learn More
  8. Tua Rita 2017 Rosso dei Notri
    Tua Rita is an estate on the Tuscan coast specialising in Super Tuscans from international varieties. This wine also... Learn More
  9. Punica 2015 Montessu
    Punica is collaboration between Santadi and the Incisa della Rocchetta family of Sassicaia fame. This is a spicy, rich... Learn More
  10. Sesti 2016 Monteleccio
    Sesti is one of Montalcino's great producers. The are completely biodynamic and organic. Their wines are some of the... Learn More
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