Italy produces more wine than any other single country. Its best wines come from the northern regions of Piedmont, Tuscany and Trentino, but the wine grapes are grown and vinified all over the country. Instead of describing all of Italy’s wine producing areas, which would require a lot of space (and effort), Italy’s most important wines are listed below with the grape varieties used to produce them.

  • Barbaresco is made from Nebbiolo grapes.
  • Barbera is made from Barbera grapes.
  • Barolo is made from Nebbiolo grapes.
  • Brunello is made from Sangiovese grapes.
  • Chianti is made from Sangiovese and Canaiolo grapes.
  • Valpolicella is made from Corvina, Rondinella and Molinara grapes.
  • Other white wines are labeled by grape variety, including Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio and Sauvignon Blanc.

CIRELLI Red Blend Region:Italy Italy DOMODIMONTI IL MESSIA Red Blend Region:Italy Italy IL POLLENZA COSMINO Red Blend Region:Italy Italy
LA MAIALINA GERTRUDE Red Blend Region:Italy Tuscany, Italy NICOLIS VALPOLICELLA CLASSICO Red Blend Region:Italy Italy NINETY + LOT 90 Red Blend Region:Italy Tuscany, Italy
PIAN DELL'ORINO ROSSO Red Blend Region:Italy Italy RIGOLOCCIO IL SORVEGLIANTE Red Blend Region:Italy Tuscany, Italy TENUTA POLVARO NERO Red Blend Region:Italy Veneto, Italy
VERSO SALENTO ROSSO Red Blend Region:Italy Italy CANA'S FEAST "BRICCO RED" Red Blend Region:Italy Italy PLACIDO Sangiovese Region:Italy Italy
PERAZZETA Sangiovese Region:Italy Italy COL MESIAN Sparkling Rose Region:Italy Italy ADESSO CAGINA DI ROMAGNA Sweet Red Region:Italy Italy
BERTANI VALPOLICELLA Valpolicella Region:Italy Italy BUSSOLA CA DEL LAITO Valpolicella Region:Italy Veneto, Italy GIUSEPPE LONARDI RIPASSO Valpolicella Region:Italy Italy
GIUSEPPE LONARDI VALPOLICELLA Valpolicella Region:Italy Italy RAIMONDI CAMPO SAN VITO Valpolicella Region:Italy Italy TENUTA POLVARO LISON White Blend Region:Italy Veneto, Italy
TENUTA POLVARO ORO White Blend Region:Italy Italy