Italian Wines

The boot-shaped country is varies widely when it comes to climate and terrain. Most of the northern regions have hot summers and super-cold winters. The high altitude vineyards near the Alps in the north are known for wines with lots of acidity and freshness because of the huge shift in temperatures from day to night. As you move down the peninsula, the Mediterranean Sea is the largest influence on the growing regions. As you go south of Emilia-Romagna, Tuscany and Umbria, the winters are more moderate and the summers are hot and dry. All that sunshine really comes through in the ripe, lush wines of the south, such as those in Puglia, Campania and Sicily.
Abruzzo Region

Piedmonte Region

Tuscany Region

Veneto Region

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