Italy Wine Region Articles
Discover some of the world’s best sparkling wine in the Italian wine region of Valdobbiadene using Wine Folly’s Region Guide.
If you’re thinking of exploring Alto Adige (one of Italy’s top 20 wine regions!) then you must find out about these 4 wines.
Sparkling Red wine is often overlooked due to its reputation, but maybe that’s all hot air? Discover delicious, bubbly red wine worth your time.
Prosecco may be cheaper bubbly, but it still has bottles worth sipping and savoring. Dive into this week’s challenge to learn more.
What’s in a name? Find out what makes Primitivo an Italian wine that you have to try, distinct from its many doppelgängers.
Some of the best red wines in the world come out of Italy. But learn from Pinot Grigio: don’t sleep on Italian white wine.
With all the news coming out about the Barolo and Barbaresco, it’s the perfect time to brush up on the amazing grape behind these wines.
The once forgettable wine region of Lazio is starting to turn out some fascinating wines. Better still is the fact that since they’re so under-appreciated you’re likely to find exceptional values.
Piedmont is 6th in terms of production size of Italy’s 20 major wine growing areas. It’s known for quality and produces more DOCG (Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita) than any other region.
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.
Bordering on Tuscany and right above Rome is the lessor known and lessor traveled region of Umbria. It’s here where you’ll find some of the most amazing, delightfully undervalued Italian wines…
Get to know Sardinia’s top wines and where they come from on this exotic Mediterranean island.
Chianti Wine (‘kee-on-tee’) is a red blend from Tuscany, Italy made primarily with Sangiovese grapes. Find out more about this wine and how to find great quality.
In order to explore some of the traditional wines of Italy, we paired up with a Chef who knows the ins and outs of Italian cuisine. In this post, we’ll explore a rare Roman wine called Cesanese (“chae-sah-NAE-say”).
A small wine region in Northern Italy might lose 25% of it’s vineyards to a planned railway expansion. A rare grape, Turbiana, thrives here and is well worth tasting.
Learn the primary differences in taste between Barolo and Barbaresco wines. We also included a few best value Barolo and Barbaresco, in case you get thirsty
Want to really understand Italian wine? Piedmont wine is a useful area to get to know because of the diversity of wines and wine grapes. Piedmont is also home to one of the premier wine growing regions of the world.
See the easy-to-understand map of Italian wine regions and major wine varieties. Learn about the 20 Italian wine regions and which ones to try first when delving into Italian wines.
Learn about Alto Adige wine; from their iconic Pinot Grigio to age-worthy red wines like Lagrein. Identify the major flavors of the region and know what to look for when you’re craving something Italian.
Join Our Newsletter
Jumpstart your wine education and subscribe to the Wine Folly newsletter right now. Always awesome. Always free.
sign up free