Why Italian Wines

Italian Vino Network Ranging from every flavour, colour and style, the Italian wine culture is without doubt the most interesting of all, not only for the genuineness of flavours and ingredients, but also for the folklore that dates back thousands of years. If you like good wine, Italians have all you are looking for. Uniqueness, tradition, value and an industry that has been in the forefront of technology for thousands of years.

Prosecco Brut DOC – Il Vino Dei Poeti Bottega (Veneto)

Prosecco Brut DOC – Il Vino Dei Poeti Bottega (Veneto)Brilliant, with a rich and persistent foam and fine perlage. Fruity, with scents of acacia flowers, apple, white peach and citrus fruits, delicate, fragrant and well-balanced. Great as an aperitif and in cocktails as well as with starters, first courses, shellfish and poultry. Denomination: DOC Region: Veneto Grapes: Prosecco Aging Potential: Drink young 1-2 years Vino dei Poeti is... Read More »

Rosso di Montalcino DOC 2009 Il Poggione (Toscana)

Rosso di Montalcino DOC 2009  Il Poggione (Toscana)  Intense ruby red. Fruity bouquet with red berry notes. Well structured with layers of flavour and a long-lasting finish. Smooth velvety tannins. Il Poggione Rosso Di Monalcino is a younger, more accessible version of brunello. Composed of 100% Sangiovese from the estate’s younger vines, this already well developed, complex wine is then aged 12... Read More »

Gattinara Tre Vigne DOCG 2006-Travaglini (Piemonte)

Gattinara Tre Vigne DOCG 2006-Travaglini (Piemonte)Tasting Notes Intense ruby-red colour with garnet reflections. A multi-faceted and harmonic wine, with hints of spices, ripe berries and ripe bitter cherry for a refined and prestigous result. With a charming taste this wine retains a hint of soft tartness. Producer’s Notes 100% Nebbiolo, aged at least three years in oak barrels and one... Read More »

Vin Santo Sant’Antimo 2003 Il Poggione (Toscana)

Vin Santo Sant’Antimo 2003  Il Poggione (Toscana)Tasting Notes Amber hue; intense bouquet comprising notes of dried apricot, bitter almond and honey. Neither too sweet nor too dry and its good acidity make this a versatile wine to accompany many kinds of food.  Producer’s Notes Typical traditional Tuscan wine produced from Trebbiano and Malvasia grapes, harvested then dried on straw mats in... Read More »