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Italian Red Wine

Amarone Valpolicella DOC Amarone Valpolicella (2008)

Salva Terra

A great Italian full-bodied red wine, important, decisive and velvety red, the Amarone Valpolicella comes from the selection of the best grapes of Valpolicella, near Verona, which are left to dry for 4 months...


Barbaresco DOCG Barbaresco (2010)


A great Italian red wine of ancient origins, it is said that it takes the name "Barbaritium" from the barbarian people of Gaul who invaded the Roman Empire. This wine is made, like Barolo, from 100% Nebbiolo...


Barbera D'Asti Barbera Merum (2011)


This wine is one of the high points of the Bellicoso company. The zone of production comprises of the territory between the provinces of Asti and Alessandria. With a ruby red colour, the Barbera Merum has many...


Barbera D'Asti DOCG Barbera Amor mio (2012)


Produced in only 4000 bottles, this wine proposes itself to an audience of connoisseurs of Barbera with its ruby red colour and intense aroma reminiscent if black cherries and ripe blackberries. Vines grown on...


Barolo DOCG Barolo (2008)


Probably the greatest Italian wine and is certainly the most famous in the world, Barolo DOCG is produced from Nebbiolo grapes in the hills of Alba, which is dominated by castles and medieval villages. Subject to...


Brunello DOCG Brunello di Montalcino (2007)


The Brunello di Montalcino of the Romanelli winery is the expression of the unique and unrepeatable talents of the interaction between nature and mankind. Produced with Sangiovese Grosso grapes, which are hand...


Brunello DOCG Brunello di Montalcino (2008)

La Madonna

Only 5000 bottles in a large vineyard of only one hectare have been produced. It is among the oldest of Montalcino, Madonna Nera Brunello di Montalcino 2008 is a sample that has garnered awards and is the most...


Cabernet Sauvignon Histonium IGT Cabernet Sauvignon (2013)

Jasci & Marchesani

A surprising Cabernet Sauvignon produced by the Abruzzan winery Jasci & Marchesani, who's vineyards extend from the hills to the Adriatic Sea at Vasto, one of the most beautiful coasts of the region. Produced...


Cannonau Di Sardegna DOC Sartiglia (2012)


The Sartiglia wine is a Cannonau denomination of controlled origin. Cultivated on well aired hills, this red has a unique taste, which is full, warm and has a well defined vinosity. The aroma is intense with...


Cannonau Di Sardegna DOC Tonaghe (2012)


The family-run company Contini has allowed room to improve the quality of the wine day by day whilst remaining extremely loyal to their land, respecting the traditions, folklore and nature. The...


Cannonau Di Sardegna-Riserva DOC ‘Inu (2010)


The Inu wine is a Cannonau D.O.C. Reserve made from a selection of the best grapes from the vineyards of high Campida, with Cannonau vineyards at 90% and local red grapes at 10%. The wine is made by crushing,...


Cellatica Superiore DOC Negus

Famiglia Gatta


For you, it may be red wine. For us, it’s vino rosso.  Made from the grape varieties of darker shades, Italian red wine can range in color from a highly concentrated violet to a brownish brick red.  From the initial aromas when you open a new bottle to finishing the last glass with your dessert, an Italian red wine is a pleasure from beginning to end.  And with so many different red wines produced in Italy, you better start tasting now.