Wine Regions of Italy – The Rest of the Wine

Narrow Liguria is shaped like an upside down boomerang, with the great maritime city of Genoa in the east-west center.

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Wine Regions of Italy – Valle d’ Aosta

The Valle d’Aosta is Italy’s smallest region, bordering France, Switzerland and the Italian (major wine-producing) region of Piemonte to its

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Wine Regions of Europe – Italy

We finished France by explaining the apparent blank spots on the map, those regions where wine is not produced. We

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Wine Regions of Italy – Piemonte

The name Piemonte derives from Medieval Latin ad pedem montium, meaning “at the foot of the mountains.” The reference is

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Wine Regions of Italy – Campania

Campania signifies that we are coming to the south of Italy. Centered around the great city of Naples, Campania is

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Wine Regions of Italy – Sicily

Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean, a continuous producer of wine for over 2500 years. For years known

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Wine Regions of Italy – Puglia

Puglia is often called the heel of the Italian boot, but if we take a look we see that this

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Wine Regions of Italy – Umbria

Umbria is Italy’s only region that does not border either a foreign country or a sea. This is the heart

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Wine Regions of Italy – Friuli-Venezia Giulia

Friuli-Venezia Giulia encompasses the far north-eastern corner of Italy bordering Austria on the north, Slovenia to the east, the Veneto

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Wine Regions of Italy – Tuscany

The map of Tuscany might seem a little daunting at first, but it becomes simpler if you consider than the

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