The history of wine in Italy has very ancient and memorable origins; starting from the seventh century BC the culture of wine was already widespread in Etruria and immediately afterwards among the Celtic populations of Northern Italy. In fact, the tribes of Italy began to thrive as winegrowers and producers and wine became one of the most valuable products to be traded throughout Italy and Europe. Italy was called "enotria tellus", the "land of wine", thanks to the Mediterranean sun and the mountain air currents that favored the growth of the vines.
When one thinks of good wine, therefore, Italy and its regions with lush and gentle hills immediately come to mind, where the harvest of the best grapes is still done by hand.
Re Calice has selected the best, the most loved and sought after from north to south, giving voice to the individual territories. A showcase of the great fine wines of each region, with an ampelographic heritage that tells the enological history of our country. Barolo, Barbaresco, Brunello, Chianti, Bolgheri, Amarone, Aglianico, Primitivo, Cirò and Nero d'Avola are among the most famous Italian reds, while among the white wines Verdicchio, Vermentino, Fiano, Falanghina, Greco stand out. di Tufo and Müller Thurgau, appreciated for their fruity and floral aromas.
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