The Best Italian Wines There Are
If you’re a fan of Italian wines, you’ll be a fan of this article too. We want to show you 5 of the many savory and sensational Italian wines you can get. Take a few minutes to read through it and try not to let your mouth water too much. 2006 Gran Sasso Pecorino Terre di Chieti: - 13.5% vol. alcohol. - £7.99, as part of a mixed case; Majestic. - “...Lemony, nutty character and is a fascinating alternative to the all-too-familiar Sauvignon Blanc or Chardonnay.” - Great with pasta alla vongole or seafood salad. 2005 Canaletto Montepulciano d'Abruzzo: - 13% vol. alcohol. - £4.99; Sainsbury's. - Made in Abruzzo, Italy. - “Made from hand-picked Montepulciano grapes, the wine is full of vibrant damson and plum fruit...” - Great with spag bol. Bellavista Franciacorta Cuvée: - 12% vol. alcohol. - £22; “Valvona & Crolla 0131 556 6066, Tanners 01743 234 500, Stanton Wine Co 01386 852 501, Arte Bianca 01892 510 554.” - Made in Lombardy, Italy. - “...fruity blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Bianco and Pinot Nero...” 2000 Sassicaia Cabernet Sauvignon Tenuta San Guido: - 13.5% vol. alcohol. - £1,070 per case of 12; Armit 020 7908 0655. - 15% Merlot; 85% Cabernet Sauvignon with “voluptuous blackcurrant fruit and soft, silky tannins...” - Great saddle of lamb or prime rib of beef. 2004 Il Molino di Grace Chianti Classico: - 13.5% vol. alcohol. - £12.99; Wimbledon Wine Cellar 020 8540 9979, Denby Dale Wines 01484 865 222. - Made in Chianti. - “...intense plummy Sangiovese fruit and a lingering finish.” - Great with herb-encrusted leg of lamb. Try them out and see if they tickle your fancy. We can offer you professional grade wine storage for your wine collection and we can also get advice about storing your wine at home. Give us a call to discuss the climate controlled and secure wine storage options we have available to keep your fine wines safely stored in our wine storage facility in New Jersey.