A trip to Italy and its wine regions not only offer excellent tastings, but also exceptional scenery, historic cities, and outstanding cuisines.
If you study a map of Italy, you will, if you have a knowledge of wine, recognize immediately familiar regional names such as Tuscany, Piedmont, Emilia-Romagna, etc. You will also see that practically the whole of the country’s regions produce wine, which it does. If you know nothing or very little about the subject but enjoy a glass of wine and also enjoy Italy, then read on. Italy is there to be enjoyed by everyone – but a glass of wine, in my opinion, can add to the enjoyment. Space does not allow a run-down on every wine-producing province, so let’s look at three as typical examples of what can be experienced. These merely scratch the surface of what is available, but hopefully they are enough to “whet your whistle” on a trip to Italy.
Tuscany has to be the most renowned wine region of Italy. Its wines are known worldwide from dry whites to full-bodied reds.
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