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DISCOVER ITALIAN WINE REGIONS

 

Italy, from North to South, is one of the best wine destinations around the world!
Indulge in the captivating flavors of centuries-evolved gastronomy, relaxed walks in cities full of timeless treasures, and the charm of a contemporary culture rooted in ancient traditions.

 

The Italian formula for happiness is as simple as it is effective. Enjoy it!


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VENETO

Nowhere exemplifies the passionate heart of Italy quite like Veneto, a region defined by its history, delectable cuisine and the most famous wines in the world as Amarone, Piave, Soave, Prosecco, Bardolino and  Valpolicella and is home to a number of world-famous festivals. The international wine competition and exposition of Vinitaly is held each April in the wine capital of Verona.

LOMBARDY

Lombardy is one of Italy’s most acclaimed wine growing regions. Here, there are many excellent wines to be discovered: Moscato di Scanzo, Valtellina Superiore, Oltrepò Pavese and Franciacorta DOCG, the best known of the sparkling wines. Wine culture and evening aperitivos are staples of daily life here, and lend themselves well to the holidays of winter. If you want to join in on the fun, book your tickets and fly!

TUSCANY

Relax in Italy style and spend some time touring Tuscany, one of the most iconic place of Italy for scenery, history and wine, where the streets themselves are an open air museum of Renaissance. This region boast some of Italy’s most famous wines: Brunello di Montalcino, Chianti Classico, Nobile di Montepulciano, Vernaccia di San Gimignano, Carmignano. Wine touring here it's an unforgettable experience. Discover some of the most beautiful places and the wineries in Tuscany!

SICILY

Gorgeous panoramic views of the Ionian, Tyrrhenian and Mediterranean coastlines and a world-famous culinary tradition spur over 13 million excited visitors to travel to Sicily each year. Sicily has always been a beach-lover’s dream and food lovers, but  it's also home to most excellent Italian wines. The island's best known wines are its wines red and white: Nero d'Avola, Malvasia, Primitivo, Passito and Marsala.

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