Home / /

One of the oldest and most diverse winemaking countries in the world, Italy also exports more wine than any of its rivals. From its northern regions that are protected by the Alps to the warm island shores of Sardinia and Sicily, nearly every pocket of this almost perfectly situated peninsula produces its own signature style, including robust reds, smooth whites, romantic rosés and festive sparkling wines. With over 1,000 varietals growing across the boot, Italy has perhaps pushed the winemaking envelope more than any Old World producer, creating interesting, sought-after modern blends that are quickly catching up to their more classic predecessors in popularity as well as collectible value.

Three of the areas most known for their winemaking artistry are Tuscany, Piedmont and Veneto, each possessing a unique approach to history while looking ahead to new and exciting possibilities from the vine.

Read More



COUNTRY
REGION
SUBREGION
WINERY
WINE
GLOBAL WINE SCORE
Under 85
85 to 100
Max


BOTTLE PRICE
Under $50
$50 to $5,000
Max


VINTAGE
1900
1900 to 2019
Max
Include Non Vintage
BOTTLE SIZE