Passport to Italy Mixed 6-Pack
Italy is the land of great food and amazing wine. The rolling hills and towering cypress trees cover the landscape with vineyards that produce fruit of unparalleled quality and character. The flavors are unique from region to region, producing a plethora of wines to sip and savor. The region of Piemont in the Northwest has unique grapes like Dolcetto, Barbera and Pinot Grigio, while Tuscany produces the famed Sangiovese and Trebbiano grape. Italy has a lot to give wine lovers and surely a lot to love.
Abbazia Dolcetto D’ Asti D.O.C.
Dolcetto is the perfect pizza pairing wine, with it’s dry and velvety character and bright red berry fruit that finishes brilliantly.
Villa Amoroso Toscana Rosso I.G.T.
Tuscany is a mecca of great wines, and its blends like Villa Amoroso give us generous fruit flavors in a lean and bright body with an elegant mouth feel.
Abbazia Barbera D’ Asti D.O.C.G.
This barbera is an elegant wine produced from tiny red berries that yield maximum flavor. While possessing perfect tannins and a vinous flavor profile, Its harmonic balance provides a full sensational structure that rounds out a truly heavenly sipping experience.
Val Di Botte Toscana Bianco I.G.T.
Tuscan whites are everything you could want in a wine. Fresh and dry, they have intense fruit flavors of green apples, melon, and lemon zest with a vibrant and refreshing finish. Val di Botte is a wine to be paired perfectly with food or enjoyed with a group of great friends.
Abbazia Rose Moscato I.G.T.
Some sparkling wines are perfect as an aperitif and some are perfect with dessert. Abbazia Rosé Dolce happens to be both. This light Italian wine was produced in Piedmont, the same region that produces coveted truffles, cheeses and meats. Pink-hued Abbazia Rosé Dolce’s delicate, fruity nature makes it excellent on its own, or paired with your favorite sweet treat.
Della Flora Pinot Grigio I.G.T.
Just outside Pavia, a charming area in Northern Italy is considered one of the best sources for Pinot Grigio wines in Italy. Here, the climate of the region produces wines with fanfare. With flavors of apple, citrus zest, almond and ginger, Della Flora is a must-have year round.