:: Italy :: Veneto

Bisol (Prosecco)
Bisol is a family of grape growers and wine producers since 1542, in Valdobbiadene: a tiny beautiful village, at the foothills of the Alps but only 60km away from the city of Venice, in the North East of Italy. This area is famous for a traditional white grape variety: Prosecco, normally used to make a fruity, light, elegant sparkling wine, easy drinking and refreshing: the classic Italian Aperitif wine. Bisol has the reputation of being one of the oldest and finest producers of Sparkling Prosecco and the family’s main focus.    Bisol List
Bisol is part of the Grandi Vini d’Italia Group

:: Italy :: Piedmont

Michele Chiarlo
Founded in 1956, Michele Chiarlo owns 100ha of vineyards in Piedmont: a North Western Italian Region, worldwide famous for its prestigious red wines. Michele Chiarlo produces classic wines such as Gavi, Arneis, Moscato for the whites, Barolo, Barbaresco, Barbera and Dolcetto for the reds.    Michele Chiarlo List
Michele Chiarlo is part of the Grandi Vini d’Italia Group

:: Italy :: Veneto

Villa Girardi
A brand owned by the Tommasi family – grape growers and wine producers since 1902 in Valpolicella (an area close to the Garda Lake, the biggest lake of Italy and near the enchanting city of Verona), is one of the most famous producers in Italy for the production of fine wines such as Amarone, Valpolicella, Recioto, but also the white wines are remarkable: Soave, Lugana, Bianco di Custoza and the Rose’ Chiaretto.    V.Girardi List
Villa Girardi is part of the Grandi Vini d’Italia Group

:: Italy :: Friuli

Fernando Pighin
Since 1963 Pighin is one of the leaders among the wineries in the North Easter Region of Friuli, just on the edge with Slovenia and Austria. This is without any doubts one of the most prestigious and highly rated Italian Region for the productions of Premium Quality White Wines: Pinot Grigio above all, an indigenous grape variety in Friuli, and one of the signature wines for Pighin.  Pighin List
Fernando Pighin is part of the Grandi Vini d’Italia Group

:: Italy :: Emilia Romagna

Emilia Romagna is located in the North Eastern part of Italy, and many of its traditional products like Parma Ham, Balsamic Vinegar, and Parmigiano Reggiano Cheese, are famous around the world. One of the finest wine producers from this Region is definitely Umberto Cesari, who started his winery in 1965 with the simple idea of making the best possible wines, using the local grapes: like the Sangiovese di Romagna, used to make Umberto Cesari’s legendary “Tauleto’’ winner of the “Sangiovese Trophy’’ best Sangiovese based wine of the world in 2007.   U.Cesari List
 Umberto Cesari is part of the Grandi Vini d’Italia Group

:: Italy :: Le Marche

With a history dating back to 1901, Garofoli is the oldest winery in the Central Italian Marche Region that faces the Adriatic Sea, and close to Tuscany. The Garofoli family is focused on the production of the finest wines, using the traditional and native grape varieties from their own area; Verdicchio for the whites – a great, dry, elegant, fresh with great minerality that has an incredible longevity, and for the reds, the Montepulciano and Sangiovese, with their signature full bodied, strong and well-balanced style.   Garofoli List
Garofoli is part of the Grandi Vini d’Italia Group

 :: Italy :: Tuscany

Founded in 1967, Carpineto farms 424ha of land that spreads over four estates located in a really well known Central Italian Region – Tuscany. The range of wines includes some of the most classic and famous wines such as Chianti Classico, Brunello di Montalcino as well as the highly revered Vino Nobile di Montepulciano that is made with the native Sangiovese grape. Carpineto wines are made with hallmark style that is incredibly rich, complex and elegant with long aging potential.    Carpineto List
Carpineto is part of the Grandi Vini d’Italia Group

:: Italy :: Tuscany

Fattoria Mantellassi
The history of this winery is very much linked to the history of a typical wine from the South Eastern region of Tuscany: Morellino, which takes the name after the “darker” colour of the Sangiovese grape variety traditionally grown here. Mantellassi was the first family to bottle the Morellino in 1977 and this beautiful, rich, complex and full bodied Red wine, is definitely their signature product. They also have an interesting production of fresh and mineral white wines, made using the native variety Vermentino.    Mantellassi List
Fattoria Mantellassi is part of the Grandi Vini d’Italia Group

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