Italy is the home to more than 350 indigenous grape varietals including Nebbiolo, Barbera, Sangiovese, Dolcetto, Corvina, Garganega, and Trebbiano. Italian wines are distinctive in that their reds carry a salivating sweet-sour or even bitter taste, while their whites are bone-dry and neutral. Being the most diverse wine producing country, Italy has thousands of wine varieties and over 300 DOGs. Enjoy Chianti or Brunello di Montalcino from Tuscany alongside the Super Tuscan wine Sassicaia; from Piedmont – Barolo, Barbera d’Alba and Gavi; and from Sicily, Nero d’Avola.
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Deep ruby red with garnet hues. An intense and complex bouquet with hints of wood. A powerful, well-structured wine.
Pio Casare Barbaresco
A very elegant style of Barbaresco: fresh and vibrant with ripe and spicy red fruit. Finely grained and structured tannins with a succulent mouthfeel. Good structure and concentration. Excellent to drink now with long ageing potential.
Pio Cesare Barolo
Pale ruby red in colour. Perfumes of red cherry fruit, spice, dried fruits and a subtle nuttiness, which follow on to the palate. Notable structure with grippy tannins and wonderful length.