Abruzzo is Italy’s fifth most productive wine region, encompassing 32,725 hectares of vines. The dominant grapes here are the white Trebbiano and the red Montepulciano. There has also been a recent increase in the growth of Pecorino.
Chianti is probably the most important winemaking region of Italy. It is located in central Tuscany. The region is best known for its tangy dry red wines made out of Sangiovese.
Friuli-Venezia Giulia is a winemaking area in the northeast of Italy best known for its celebrated white wines and orange wines.
Tuscany: Colline Lucchesi & Montalcino