Alto Adige or Süd-Tirol belonged to Austria until the First World War. You can tell by everything. German is still spoken, and wine is made from “Austrian grapes” such as Weissburgunder, Blauburger,
Amarone della Valpolicella
The Amarone della Valpolicella has an impeccable reputation. The special thing about this wine is that the grapes are dried for a minimum of 4 months after the harvest.
Around the town of Alba in Piedmont there are several DOCs where very good wines are made. One of these areas is Barbera d’Alba. From the name we can immediately derive that the wines
The Barbera d’Asti wine comes from the area around the city of Asti. Five varieties of this wine are produced in this area, each with its own rules, namely the (ordinary) Barbera d ’Asti, Barbera d’ Asti Superiore and three sub-variants
Calabria is an unknown and small wine region in the south of Italy. The region is poor and is not yet able to make wine that becomes more widely known. The vineyards are on hot and steep mountain slopes. In itself it should succeed
The Roero is one of the most important wine regions of Piedmont. Very beautiful white and red wines are made from it. The area is characterized by the sandy soils where besides grapes also a lot of vegetables and fruit is grown. The white wines are made from Arneis