Italy

Italy has some of the oldest wine-producing regions in the world. Etruscans and Greek settlers produced wine in the country long before the Romans started developing their own vineyards in the 2nd century BC. Roman grape-growing and winemaking was prolific and well-organized, pioneering large-scale production and storage techniques like barrel-making and bottling.

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Orlando Abrigo Dolcetto 2008

A classic wine of the Langa hills, Dolcetto's intense ruby-red colour sparkles with mauve highlights, while its fragrant and flowery aromas feature cherries and violets, joined by ripe fruit and raisins after a year.
The nose is confirmed by the flavour: dry and well-balanced, with noticeable body and stuffing. Recommended cellar life: one to three years.

$20.00
Price: $20.00

Vignamato Verdicchio Valle della Lame 2009

Vignamato Verdicchio Valle della Lame 2009

$15.75
Price: $15.75

Virna Barolo Preda Sarmassa 2004

Virna Barolo Preda Sarmassa 2004

$58.50
Price: $58.50

Virna Barolo Classico 2004

Virna Barolo Classico 2004

$44.75
Price: $44.75

Vignamato Rosso Piceno 2007

Vignamato Rosso Piceno 2007

$30.00
Price: $30.00

Vignamato Rosolaccio 2007

Vignamato Rosolaccio 2007

$21.00
Price: $21.00

Chiusa Grande Roccosecco Montepulciano 2006

Chiusa Grande Roccosecco Montepulciano 2006

$20.00
Price: $20.00

Chiusa Grande Soma Trebbiano 2009

Chiusa Grande Soma Trebbiano 2009

$18.00
Price: $18.00

Chiusa Grande Sophia Pecorino 2009

Chiusa Grande Sophia Pecorino 2009

$18.00
Price: $18.00

Thomas & Geisen Bianco Sicilia Catarratto 2008

Thomas & Geisen Bianco Sicilia Catarratto 2008

$15.75
Price: $15.75

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