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Italian Wine Regions

Veneto Land of Wine

Veneto is a north-eastern Italian region bordering Trentino-Alto Adige (North), Friuli-Venezia Giulia (Northeast), Emilia-Romagna (South), and Lombardia (West). Surrounded by lush, green, rolling hillsides, Veneto is a mecca for architecture, food, history, and vino. Veneto was part of the Roman Empire until the 5th century AD, it then became part of The Republic of Venice, “La Serenissima” until 1797, and...

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Liguria Land of Wine

Nestled along the Mediterranean coastline lies Liguria, a coastal region in northwest Italy best known as the Italian Riviera. Liguria is home to thyme-scented hillsides, charming coastal towns, and crisp white wines. The Mediterranean beaches of Liguria are pristine, having secured the Blue Flag status of excellence 8 years in a row. When you think of the Italian Riviera, you...

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Piemonte Land of Wine

Piemonte, or Piedmont in English, is a picturesque northwestern wine region home to soft rolling hills, egg-rich pasta, white truffles, and the famous Barolo and Barbaresco wines - among the many others. Piedmont, according to many, is Italy's closest rival to Burgundy, a region which it resembles in regards to winemaking, vine tending traditions, and quality of the wines made....

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Italian Wine Regions

Emilia-Romagna Land of Wine

Perched in the Northern region of Italy, Emilia-Romagna is home to some of Italy’s most notable wines and gastronomic treasures. Emilia-Romagna borders Veneto, Lombardy, and Piedmont in the North, and Tuscany, Liguria, and Marche in the west and south. The Po river marks Emilia-Romagna’s northern peak and flows from west to east, linking the Apennine mountain peaks to the Adriatic...

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