Italian Wines

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Italy is a growing region that I do not know enough about with respect to either its wines or its geography. The one thing that I do know is that I like Italian wine quite a bit, and every glass I taste always causes me to make an empty promise to myself to learn more. This article appears to be a good primer for getting started down that road.

Two of my friends from wine classes, Steve and Kay, are a lot more well versed on what Italy has to offer. Maybe they can add more insight.

From the article, this would seem to be good advice for anyone wanted to get started with Italian wines.

“Forget the Italian wine laws and all their legal jargon, which should be reserved for geeks like myself,” Alexander said. “Italian wine is just like California wine. You have some grapes and you have some places. It’s just that all these grapes and places happen to be Italian. Don’t worry about IGT or DOC or DOCG.”

  • http://www.ameliaoil.com Rachel

    For starters, I think it is best to think of Italy as a country with many wine regions. The beauty here is in the diversity. Wine made from grapes from one hill can be very different from the next hill over.

    Salute!

  • http://www.anotherwineblog.com Joe Power

    Good advice that can be applied to almost all wine regions, Rachel. Thanks for the comment.

    Love your olive oil blog!

  • http://www.ameliaoil.com Rachel

    For starters, I think it is best to think of Italy as a country with many wine regions. The beauty here is in the diversity. Wine made from grapes from one hill can be very different from the next hill over.

    Salute!

  • http://www.anotherwineblog.com Joe Power

    Good advice that can be applied to almost all wine regions, Rachel. Thanks for the comment.

    Love your olive oil blog!