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Links to Italian wineries on the web are listed here, together with the wine region where they source the majority of their grapes and produce their wine. Where a winery produces wine from more than one Italian wine region the major wine region is shown.
Italian wine regions include
- Aosta Valley (Valle D'Aosta)
- Apulia (Puglia)
- Friuli-Venezia Giulia
- Lombardy (Lombardia)
- Marche (Le Marche)
- Piedmont (Piemonte)
- Brachetto d'Acqui
- Castiglione Falletto
- Cortese di Gavi
- Sardinia (Sardegna)
- Del Sulcis
- Sicily (Sicilia)
- Trentino-Alto Adige
- Tuscany (Toscana)
The wine regions of Italy are divided into geographical regions such as the northeast, the northwest, central part of Italy and south end islands.
The northwest and northern central part of Italy produce distinctly different wines in each region both in style and flavor.
Northeast Italy is famous for the use of modern techniques for wine preparation, and is the location of the worlds largest vine nursery. These northeast Italian regions are collectively known as "Tre Venezie" meaning "Three Venice".
Central Italy, with six wine producing regions, produces approximately one fifth of Italian wine. Central Italy is famous for its exclusivity in climate with a moderate range of temperature and plenty of sunshine.
Southern Italy produces almost 20% of Italian wine production, and some of the best selling brands of Italian red-wine are produced here. This is also a popular tourist area and the vine yards are the center of attraction.
Links to Italian Wineries on the web are listed in alphabetical order.
Non Winery Italy Wine Information can also be found here