Italy is the world’s largest producer of wine; with over 700,000 hectares (ED: a hectare’s about the size of a rugby pitch, btw!) of vineyards, a long, storied history of production, and undoubtedly the world’s most diverse array of grape varietals being cultivated, there’s a near infinite array of wines to choose from.
For this iteration of the Italy case, we’re taking you on a whistlestop tour of Veneto, Piedmont, Tuscany, Abbruzzo, Le Marche, AND Sicily!
Ca’ di Rajo, Lemoss, Veneto 2019 (light, spritzy fizz)
Giuliana Vicini Trebbiano d'Abbruzzo 2020 (light white)
Villa Bucci Verdicchio Superiore, Marche 2018 (rich white)
Pietradolce, Etna Rosato, Sicily 2018 (volcanic and luscious rose)
Giuliana Vicini, Montepulciano d’Abbruzzio 2019 (warming, TV & sofa red)
Querciabella, Mongrana, Tuscany 2017 (perfect 'roast chicken' Sangiovese)