Wine is produced in every region of Italy – home to some of the oldest wine-producing regions in the world. Italy is the worlds largest producer of wine with an area of 702,000 hectares under vineyard cultivation.
Etruscans and Greek settles produced wine in Italy before the Romans planted their own vineyards in the 2nd century AD.
Home to over 3000 different grape varieties from 20 different regions and varieties include sweet to smooth, fruity crispy white and full bodied powerful reds.
For wines from Veneto – see our separate listing for Cielo Wines, which includes wines from Veneto, Prosecco and Puglia.
Here are a list of their wines:
- Abruzzi – Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, Parini DOC
- Emilia Romagna – Sangiovese del Rubicone, Bivio
- Latium – Frascati, Colle Papa DOC
- Lombardy – Lugana, Folar DOC
- Piedmont – Gavi, Ca’Bianca Tenementi DOCG
- Sicily – Alcamo Classico, Vigna Casalj Tenuta, Rapitala
- Sicily – Etna Rosso, Rapitala DOC
- Sicily – Grillo, Rapitala, Organic
- Sicily – Nero d’Avola, Torres Saracena DOC
- Tuscany – Chianti Rocco Grimalda DOCG
- Veneto – Bolla Prosecco Extra Dry DOC Vino Biologico
- Veneto – Soave, Folonari DOC
- Verona – Bolla Rosso