Did you know? There are over 10,000 grape varieties worldwide. Commercially, wine is made from almost 1,400 varieties, of which 1,000 are certified in Italy alone. This makes Italy the country with the greatest variety of grapes in the world.


Aglianico grapes on the vineAglianico grapes on the vine

Aglianico is one of the long-lasting varieties of Southern Italy.


Arneis grapes on the vineArneis grapes on the vine

The embodiment of Piedmont: this variety requires dexterity.


Barbera grapes on the vineBarbera grapes on the vine

Popular with winegrowers for its robustness and cultivated throughout Piedmont.

 Cabernet franc

Cabernet franc grapes on the vineCabernet franc grapes on the vine

The mild, fruity Cabernet grape is a popular blending variety for cuvées.

 Cabernet Sauvignon

Cabernet Sauvignon grapes on the vineCabernet Sauvignon grapes on the vine

Wines from this variety are powerful, structured and usually very long-lasting.


Chardonnay grapes on the vineChardonnay grapes on the vine

Produces whites of unbeatable finesse and creamy richness.


Dolcetto grapes on the vineDolcetto grapes on the vine

This grape fascinates with stunning charm, vibrant fruit as well as characteristic almond notes.


Fiano grapes on the vineFiano grapes on the vine

The rediscovery of a historic grape variety for modern wine enthusiasts.


Gewürztraminer grapes on the vineGewürztraminer grapes on the vine

Completely different flavours, depending on the terroir. The best thing to do is to try them out!


Grillo grapes on the vineGrillo grapes on the vine

Learn more about this Sicilian grape variety with its characteristic citrus aromas and exotic notes.


Lagrein grapes on the vineLagrein grapes on the vine

Alto Adige and Trentino are the bastion of the vine – and southern Alpine specialities are their perfect partners!


Malbec grapes on the vineMalbec grapes on the vine

A grape for fruity, alcohol-rich and crimson red wines with temperament.


Merlot grapes on the vineMerlot grapes on the vine

One of the most popular grapes in the world that goes well with all kinds of meat.


Originates from Marche and Abruzzo, the perfect accompaniment for hearty dishes.


The demanding grape variety that practically only thrives on calcareous marl soil.


Pecorino grapes on the vinePecorino grapes on the vine

Pecorino pleasure: wine with animal charm from Marche and Abruzzo!


Pigato grapes on the vinePigato grapes on the vine

Why this grape variety owes its name to its spots, and which winery excels in its cultivation.

Pinot bianco / Pinot blanc / Weissburgunder

Light, fresh white wine that harmonises perfectly with creamy dishes.

Pinot grigio / Pinot gris / Grauburgunder

A variety of white grape that produces golden yellow wines full of character with low acidity.

Pinot nero / Pinot noir / Blauburgunder

Fabulous with food, particularly white meat and fish.


A wine for spicy pizza and pasta, mainly native to Puglia in southern Italy.

Ribolla Gialla

Ribolla Gialla grapes on the vineRibolla Gialla grapes on the vine

Among the grape varieties growing in Friuli, it definitely enjoys seniority. But even after almost 900 years, we still love it dearly. 


This sophisticated grape is one of the most widely cultivated varieties in the world.


Sangiovese grapes on the vineSangiovese grapes on the vine

The grape forms the basis of every Chianti and is Tuscany’s main variety.

Sauvignon blanc

Sauvignon blanc grapes on the vineSauvignon blanc grapes on the vine

This lively white is simply a dream with fish and seafood!

Syrah / Shiraz

Syrah grapes on the vineSyrah grapes on the vine

This sophisticated grape is one of the most widely cultivated varieties in the world.


Torbato grapes on the vineTorbato grapes on the vine

If Sardinia were not an island, the Torbato could be extinct today...