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This article serves as a guide to outline the types of wines from each of Italy 20 wine regions. See which regions have the most vineyard plantings and learn what their wines taste like.

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Brunello di Montalcino is a wine made with 100% Sangiovese with Italy’s highest DOCG classification. This is the Sangiovese that most wine critics cite to be the best in all of…

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Nerello Mascalese is a light-bodied red wine that primarily grows on the slopes of Mount Etna in Sicily. Despite its rarity, the wine offers amazing value and a taste profile that’s often likened to fine Pinot Noir. Find out what this special Sicilian red has to offer.

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Get to know Sardinia’s top wines and where they come from on this exotic Mediterranean island.

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The best tip on pairing wine with pasta is to ignore the pasta and pay attention to the sauce. Here are 5 popular sauces and several suggested wines (both Italian and otherwise) to get you started.

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Vin Santo Wines of Italy

Posted to Learn About Wine on December 21st.

Vin Santo (or Vino Santo) is a viscous, typically sweet dessert wine made in Italy, predominantly in Tuscany. The wine is loved for its intense flavors of hazelnut…

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Take a detailed look into what Amarone wine is all about and why it’s special, from a taste profile of great Amarone to its defining features so you can find great wines on your own.

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Montepulciano Wine Guide

Posted to Learn About Wine on October 9th.

Montepulciano (“mon-ta-pull-chee-anno”) is a medium-bodied red wine that originates from central Italy not to be confused with Vino Nobile de Montepulciano, a regional name for the…

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Learn the taste, styles and food pairings of Nero d’Avola pulled from pages 145-146 of Wine Folly: The Essential Guide to Wine. A super value…

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Friuli-Venezia Giulia (Free-oo-lee Ve-ne-tsyah Joo-lyah) is known for producing some of the greatest Italian white wines. See a map of the region and discover its wines

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