Veneto’s climate is governed by the mountains to the north and the sea to the east. The most well known wines from this region are Soave, Bardolino and Valpolicella. In terms of quantity, Soave and Valpolicella are the second most important DOCs in Italy after Chianti. Although perhaps not as well recognised in the UK as Piedmont and Tuscany, the Veneto is undoubtedly producing some excellent wines and we are delighted to work with a number of producers from the region, including the recently welcomed Musella.
Friuli–Venezia Giulia is to be found in Italy’s North-Eastern corner.
The region has a...
Waves of dark chocolate, leather, and smoked meat pour out of the glass, with a hint of dried flowers and a note of honey and caramel. The freshness and lift on the palate is truly remarkable, balancing a luscious, rich texture with pleasing tannic structure and superb polish. Already very open and accessible.more
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Over 30 different grape varieties are grown in Friuli-Venezia Giulia including local varieties like Refosco dal Peduncolo Rosso, Schioppettino, Friulano, Ribolla gialla and Verduzzo, as well as international varieties such as Pinot Grigio. Our Saint Elisa Pinot Grigio is a great example of the popular wines produced in this region today.