Italy occupies a prominent position in the world for wine production, both in quantitative and qualitative terms, boasting more than 300 different grape species. The variety of the territory and the ideal climate, along with the skillful hands of winegrowers and the deep-rooted wine and food culture, give rise to wines of distinct refinement, quality and elegance. The valorization of the territory and its wines, especially in the last 50 years, has brought the Italian viticulture to extraordinary levels recognised all over the world.
The soil and climate characteristics are so varied that they transfer enviable and unrepeatable organoleptic profiles to the wines Each Italian region has distinguished itself for its local potential regulated by real laws dictated by the production regulations for DOC and DOCG wines, to guarantee and protect the uniqueness of the wine of different areas.
Among the most widely cultivated grape varieties in Italy is Sangiovese, followed by Montepulciano, Barbera and Glera, the grape variety of Prosecco. Italy is not only rich in innumerable native grape varieties, but also international grape varieties that have settled in the territory, such as Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon, finding fertile ground in which to express their potential.
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