Features of Italian wines

  • Leader of modern winemaking
  • Sale of wines from Tuscany, Veneto, Piedmont, Sicily and other regions.
  • All styles are available: white, red, pink, muted and bright.
  • We sell democratic and collection wines.
  • There is wine for large companies: up to 6 liters.
Italy – France. The meeting for the title of the first most important wine-growing country in the world has been going on for thousands of years. Thousands of years of tradition, millions of hectoliters of wine, great wines and winemakers – Italy is perhaps no less than France when it comes to wine production. Tuscany, Piedmont, Emilia-Romagna
and Friuli Venezia is not as popular as Giulia Bordeaux and Burgundy, but the wines of Chianti, Barolo, Lambrusco, Asti Martini are familiar to almost everyone. Geography of Italian wine The main wine producers in Italy are Piedmont (Barolo, Barbaresco, Asti), Veneto (white soave, Bardolino, Valpolicella, Amarone), Tuscany (again Chianti and Chantia Chantia) and so on. (Friuli-Venez). dir. wines of all kinds and styles). This does not mean that wine is not produced in other regions, it is produced in 20 regions of the continent and on the islands of Sicily and Sardinia. Going to Italy, you will see that every second estate is engaged in winemaking. The most common grape varieties are Sangiovese, Nebbiolo, Barbera, Garganega, Trebbiano. Italian sparkling wines are represented by more elite wines than the cheap provinces of Lambrusco, Prosecco, Frascati and Asti. In Italy, the culture of wine consumption is incredibly developed; this drink is also consumed for breakfast, given to children in a diluted form. In this section, we invite you to find your favorite Italian wine – whether it is light soave, luxurious amarone, talented Asti Martini or strong Marsala, it’s up to you. The best combination of wine is served with traditional Italian cuisine, which is legendary.

Classification of Italian wines

The classification of Italian wines is very simple, in contrast to the classification of French wines. There are only 4 types of wine in Italy:
  • Vini Da Tavola (VDT) – table wines for everyday use (production technology is not controlled by the state);
  • Indicazione Geografica Tipica (IGT) – the so-called local wines, such wines are produced by farms with a good reputation, only the process of their production is also not regulated; More information: https://winestyle.ru Indicazione Geografica Tipica (IGT) – the so-called local wines, such wines are produced by farms with a good reputation, but the production process is not regulated;
  • Denominazione d’Origine Controllata (DOC) – wines regulated by name and origin. The process of growing grapes and the technology of wine production are regulated. Several hundred types of Italian wines fall into this category. The quality of the wine corresponds to the French AOC category;
  • Denominazione d’Origine Controllata e Garanta (DOCG) – the highest category. Elite Italian wines are marked with this brand.
Italian wines in our catalog are presented in all their variety – from classic Chianti to rare varieties.