Barolo is the King of Italian Winemaking! It is a red wine produced in Piedmont, a region in Northern Italy, characterized by an excellent fruit clarity.
Nero D'Avola is the most important and widely planted red wine grape variety in Sicily and is one of Italy's most important indigenous varieties.
We went to Piedmont, Friuli Venezia Giulia and Apulia to find these pearls, sourced from three different grape varieties, cultivated in the smallest plots of land, but coming from farther territories.
Sparkling bubbles are always cheerful. And when they originate from rare indigenous grapes, the party rejoices even more.
From the name (it means “Partridge’s leg”, recalling the vermilion color of the grape’s stalk) to its multiple fragrances, all in all this wine appears worthy of attention.
Roero Docg Arneis Trinità By Malvirà (Italian White Wine)