Best Italian wines

Although citizens of the United States of America had been brought up from childhood with the knowledge and a belief of the food selection of their country, so also is the Italian folks. When you talk of  wine, then talk Italy!. Italy is known as the abode of myriad wine styles. Wines like Venica Ronco delle come, Zenato Amarone Della, etc.are just a tip of the iceberg when it comes to Italian wines. My major focus in this article will be on the best Italian wine, and when I say beat, I mean the ‘best of the best”!.

Villa Raiano Fiano di Avellino

Villa Raiano Fiano di Avellino

Villa Raiano Fiano di Avellino

Right in the Campania region of Italy is a place well know for this great flavored white Fiano grape. A fruit that is been grown in the Southern part of Italy exclusively. The wine which is very rich in mineral, refreshing and dry is also a combination of walnut flavor and apple flavor. It can be purchased online for about $204: www.selectliquours.com.

Pieropan Soave Classico LA Rocca

This wine with exotic flavors and very elegant body is among the oldest wine in Italy. It is prepared from garganega grapes, which is gotten from the Veneto region and can be found in local shops all around the country. It is available for about $43 and can be purchased online.

Cà del Bosco Franciacorta Annamaria Clementi

Are you looking for a wine that will make your occasion look totally Italian? Then you are at the right spot! This wine is made in the Northern part of Italy and it is very refreshing. It is compared sometimes with a French wine ” Dom Perignon’. It is sold for $65.19.

Venica Ronco delle Come

Venica Ronco delle Come

Venica Ronco delle Come

Regarded as one of the oldest wine in Northern Italy, this is a wine that is dry and fruity.it also has an herbal finishing and it is being sold for about $30.50

Gaja Barberesco

This wine is produced by one of the most recognized winery in the whole world ” Gaja Winery’. It is a wine with classical body and very rich in mineral. It is best enjoyed when paired with Roasted Duck. It is sold online for about $95- $96.

Incisa Della Rocchetta Sassicaia

This is one wine with a Bordeaux -style all the way from the Tuscan Coast. It is often referred to as ‘THE KING OF ITALIAN WINES’  and also sometimes called ‘SUPPER TUSCAN WINE’. Although it does not meet the specifications and rules governing Italian wines to be called a Chianti, but it can still be found at Specialty wine shops for about $80 for a bottle.

Zenato Amarone Della Valpolicella

This red wine is best offered when you need to be classic and pair it with cheese. It has a Cherry fruit in addition to the spicy finishing tobacco flavor that makes it compliment the cheese. It can be purchased online for about $52 : www.budgetbottle.com

Other Italian wines are:

  • Zenato Amarone Della Valpolicella
  • Banfi Brunello di Montalcino Poggio all’ Pro
  • Giacomo Conterno Bark Monfotino
  • Donnafugata Passito di Pantelleria Ben Rye, etc.