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The Italian Abroad Wine Blog

The Italian abroad wine blog is my wine blog and diary. I founded in 2003 and have been living abroad for almost 20 years and this blog is a collection of my thoughts mainly about Italian wine and food, but also wine and food in general. I come from an Italian wine making family and got acquainted with wine at a very early age, but I don't just love Italian wine, I love any good wine and enjoy plenty of it, as well as good food and travelling, and often my posts include a bit of everything.

To help you understand Italian wines, we have designed a series of Italian wine regions maps featuring DOC and DOCG wines, where you can discover the origin and the grapes making your favourite Italian wine. I also wrote a post on the Italian wine appellation system explaining and demystifying the Italian wine classification and what it really means for Italian wine lover and wine drinkers in general.

Or you can check our Youtube channel where you can watch me tasting some of our wines and answer your questions about Italian wines and grapes, from the real meaning of DOC to what is an orange wine.

Hope you enjoy reading my posts and watching my videos


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Popular Italian wines

June 5, 2019    Tags: View Comments (0)

What are the most popular Italian wines? There isn’t a single and straight forward answer, it all depends, but before even attempting to answer the question, popular in which way, the most famous Italian wines, the most sold Italian wines

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A wine made with the Brunello's grape (Sangiovese)...

October 3, 2009    Tags: View Comments (0)

In case you don't know, 90% of all Tuscan red wines are made with Sangiovese, including the Brunello di Montalcino, and saying that a wine is made with Sangiovese is like saying that 90% of Tuscan reds are made with it. It is like saying that a wine is made with Bordeaux's grapes, but is 10 times cheaper, does this mean anything to a wine drinker or even an expert? No, really

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