It’s pink it fun and lively. Made in the Prosecco region in Veneto from the grape that makes Prosecco with a little dash of Marzamino to give it its rather lovely colour. Works really well with friends!
Out in the bay of Naples ids a very pretty Island of Ischia, were they make a very clean dry white wines from indigenous grapes. The vines grow on steep-sided hills overlooking the Mediterranean, make this a perfect wine for BBQ fish and seafood.
Down in the toe of Italy, the bit that is kicking Scilly. You will find Spadafora wines. For generations, they have been making local wines for local foods. This Greco Chardonnay blend is great with slightly warm chilli based foods.
Here is a stonker of wine, made from the classic Vento grape Corvina – better known for being in Valpolicella – and a rare grape Rebo. Rich velvety with hints for fresh blackcurrants accompanies friendly banter very well
From the Emila Romagna region comes this classic redcurrant and hints of black pepper Sangiouvese. This grape is better known for being in Tuscany making g Chianti, though it is widely planted. Here it is showing its more friendly wide, Get a stake on the BBQ and pull the cork on this. Top!
There is a story to tell here. We at FTLOW have a very close relationship with this wine, our dad owns the vineyard! This is a big Negroamaro and Syrah blend from the Puglia region, the heal of Italy. Only produced in small quantity, this is a wine for sitting back and enjoying.