The 15 best Italian wines to taste without moderation


Italy is a rich country for its culinary specialties but also for its wines. Many wineries dotting its territory and its wines are especially popular with Italians but also people around the world. Here is a list of 15 Italian wines to taste without moderation.

1. Trebbiano d'Abruzzo

This is an Italian white wine of intense straw yellow color. This wine is produced in Abruzzo. Its delicate and intense flavor and velvety flavor with a small aftertaste of almonds have earned it the award for best Italian wine in 2007.

2. The Barolo Riserva

This red wine, slightly earthy and at times with a cinnamon aftertaste comes from an old field that has largely proven itself over the years by always producing great wines. This is a 2004 wine ..

3. The Bolgheri Sassicaia

This wine is from 2009. This wine takes its name from Bolgueri: a small Italian town marked by the reflection of the sun on the sea This wine is protected since 1994 by the controlled denomination of origin ..

4. Barolo Riserva Monfortino

The nose of this wine produced in 2004 is fruity and complex. We find a relatively fruity taste. This wine can be kept for many years. It belongs to one of the most famous areas in Italy whose vineyards are from organic farming. This is a red wine of character.

5. Amarone della Valpolicella Classico

This wine is a 2003 wine and prodiut by Giuseppe Quintarelli. This is a dry red wine Italian. It is produced with dried grapes. This wine has a designation of origin.

6. Barolo Le Rocche del Falletto

The producer of this Italian wine is Bruno Giacosa. The nose of this wine is complex, intense. It perceives aromas of cherry, black truffles, dried rose, raspberry. The palate is intense and shows great freshness. This wine is very close, marked by a certain acidity. Produced in 2007.

7. Radici Taurasi DOCG

Produced in 2005 by the Mastroberardino winery, this wine is a red wine harvested from mid-October. The fruit that premium taste raspberry. It 'is an intense wine and yet refreshing.

8. Vecchio Samperi ventennale

The producer of this wine is Marco Bartoli. This producer prefers the manual selection of reasons, a natural sedimentation and traditional fermentation in chestnut and oak at room temperature.

9. Giulio Ferrari Riserva del Fondator

This Italian wine is dated 2001 by manufacturer Ferrari. This is a sparkling white wine. This is, without any possible doubt, the best Italian sparkling wine that is produced from Chardonnay grapes.

10. Brunello di Montalcino Cerretalto

Produced by Casanova di Neri and dated 2006 this wine is dense and intense in the mouth without being too powerful. This wine can be kept for many years.

11. Le Pergole Torte

This is a wine dated 2008 and produced by the Montevertine wine. This wine is produced only in exceptional vintages. A mix of flowers and spices flavor emerges. This is one of the most famous Italian wines.

12. Barolo Vigna Gavarini Chiniera

This wine fermented in stainless steel tanks and is seen performing pumping every day. This wine is between 8 and 10 months in the cellar after it is bottled and before it is marketed. This wine is a 2008 wine, so the producer is Elio Grasso.

13. Gattinara Riserva

This is a 2006 wine produced by Travaglini. It is a dry red wine Italian from the Piedmont region. It has an AOC since October 20, 1990.

14. Amarone della Valpolicella di Monte Lodoletta

Produced by Dal Forno Romano, it is dated 2006. This is a dry red wine and intense. This is the most prestigious red wine from the Veneto region in Northern Italy.

15. Albana di Romagna Passito Scaccomatto

This white wine in 2008 produced by Fattoria Zerbino is sweet and intense. At very fruity and herbal aromas: it offers an exceptional taste .