Our most popular collection, Viva Italia, combines six bottles representing the best winegrowing regions and varieties from Italy. Completing the collection is Slow Food's renowned guidebook: Osterie & Locande d'Italia ($29 value), published in English for the very first time. This comprehensive culinary and travel guide highlights the restaurants and lodging establishments that best reflect the local culture, character and flavor of the diverse regions of Italy. With glass in hand, plan the Italian culinary adventure of your dreams.
- Slow Food's Osterie & Locande d'Italia book
- Veneto: Anselmi San Vicenzo Soave
Anselmi's highly sought-after wines are an established benchmark for Italian white wines. San Vincenzo is medium-bodied, dry and fresh, with notes of citrus fruit, pear and grapefruit.
- Trentino: Cavit Teroldego
This medium-bodied, dry red exhibits aromas of fresh raspberries and blackberries, supported by excellent fruit concentration and smooth tannins.
- Campania: Feudi di San Gregorio Falanghina
Feudi di San Gregorio is Campania's premier winemaking estate. This Falanghina is crisp and elegant, with a lingering aftertaste of citrus and minerals.
- Tuscany: Col d'Orcia Spezieri
Col d'Orcia has a rich winemaking history that dates back to the 1700s. Spezieri exhibits strong aromas of spices and ripe cherries, and a harmonious and pleasant taste.
- Manduria: Ognissole Primitivo
This wine is soft and consistent, with an excellent balance of acidity and tannins. It is velvety smooth and closes with lingering sensations of cocoa and coffee.
- Piedmonte: Marchesi di Barolo Maraia
Maraia is infused with scents of wild berries and hints of vanilla. On the palate, it expands into a warm, robust flavor that is attractively assertive and well-balanced.
Please note that due to the popularity of this product, we reserve the right to substitute like wines and vintages.
These wines constitute a wonderful collection of Italian wines. They are excellent with food. The cookbook is a nice addition. Highly recommended.
We have only tried two of the six wines but both the Barbera and the Teroldego were disappointing. The color was beautiful but both had a rough finish. Maybe they need to age longer but we were disappointed.
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