Italian wine term to describe an "off-dry" or slightly sweet wine with medium body.
Italian wine term to describe a semi-sweet wine.
An Italian wine term for an estate winery (a winery with vineyards).
Italian wine term for a winery.
Italian wine term for winery (cellar).
A winery farmhouse.
Italian word for castle (aka Château).
Typically used to describe the classic or historic boundaries of a wine zone which was later amended. For example, Chianti Classico is within the larger Chianti zone and indicates the original boundaries.
Italian term for hills. (e.g. Colli Orientali – "eastern hills").
Italian wine term to describe a rich, sweet wine.
Italian term for wine farm.
("frizz-zan-tay") An Italian term for a lightly sparkling wine.
Italian wine term used to describe a rural wine farm.
Italian wine term for hill or elevated place.
Producers in Italian. Used on wine labels to describe a cooperative wine business.
An Italian wine term that's typically used to describe a wine that's been aged for longer than the standard denomination. Aging varies from region to region.
Italian word for "dry".
Found on Italian wine labels and most commonly associated with a regional classification that typically have more rigorous production quality standards.