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While it might be an overstatement to say that Italy is one vast vineyard, there can be no argument that wine is grown all over Italy. The best known regions are Tuscany and Piedmont. Tuscany is home to the “Super Tuscans,” made from Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, and home also to Brunello di Montalcino, which is made from Sangiovese . Piedmont is home to Barolo, Barbaresco, Gattinara, Dolcetto and Barbera. The Nebbiolo grape rules supreme here. Last but not the least, Sicilian wines are good choice too.
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Fontana Candida Frascati Superiore 2011  1.50L     
Created almost 2,000 years ago, Frascati is one ... more
Sku: 7323
Reg. $12.99
 
Fontana Candida Frascati Superiore 2011  750ML     
A light, tasty wine with a dry, crisp finish ... more
Sku: 16421
Reg. $9.99
 
Antinori Orvieto Classico Campogrande 2011  750ML     
  Sku: 6923
Reg. $10.99
 
Corte dei Papi Cesanese del Piglio Colle Ticchio 2012  750ml     
  Sku: 1868726  
Reg. $17.99
On Sale $14.99
22% discount on 12 bottles for $167.88
 
Bigi Est! Est! Est!!! di Montefiascone 2013  750ml     
According to legend, a clergyman instructed his ... more
Sku: 1921333  
Reg. $10.99
 
Falesco Est! Est!! Est!!! di Montefiascone 2013  750ml     
The legend goes that in the 12th century, a wine-... more
Sku: 1906495  
Reg. $11.99
 
Collegiata Frascati Superiore 2012  750ml     
The wine has a brilliant, pale straw hue with ... more
Sku: 1878597  
Reg. $10.99
On Sale $9.99
18% discount on 12 bottles for $107.88
 
Principe Pallavicini Frascati Superiore 2013  750ml     
Color: Straw yellow with green ... more
Sku: 1908678  
Reg. $13.99
On Sale $12.99
21% discount on 12 bottles for $131.88
 
Principe Pallavicini Casa Romana 2011  750ml     
Color: Deeply intense ruby red Bouquet: Piquant ... more
Sku: 1896261  
Reg. $41.99
On Sale $34.99
21% discount on 6 bottles for $197.94
 
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