Quick Overview of Italian Red, White, & Sparkling Wines

Wine Types
After looking into the fine wines from Bordeaux, Burgundy and Champagne in France, today with this new episode, we’re crossing the French Alps to start a series about the extraordinary diversity and talk about the unique personality, or should I say varied wine personalities found all around Italy. We’re talking about THE biggest wine-producing country in the world here, before France, and boy there is more than one extraordinary gem to talk about here, so it’ll take a few episodes to get around Italy. So, welcome to this journey make sure to subscribe so you don’t miss any future episode and stay tuned to learn more about the fantastic Italian vinos or vini. Today, before we start getting into the details of specific wine styles and wine regions, I just want to give you a quick overview, a glance at the incredible diversity Italian wine has to offer…

00:00 – Intro
01:34 – Sparklings: Prosecco, Moscato, Lambrusco, Franciacorta
04:11 – Italian White Wines
06:40 – Italian Red Wines

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