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4 Italian Wines to Try This November


Italy’s wine industry harvests a wide variety of red and white grapes that produce delectable wines. Often thought of as the country that offers the best bottles due to centuries of perfecting the craft, it can be difficult to navigate the wide expanse that they offer. To make your life easier, we’ve put together a guide to give you some new Italian wines to try out this month. 

Carpineto Rosso di Montalcino D.O.C

Deep in the heart of the great Tuscan wine area, you will find Carpineto. Creating vintages that are based on passion, nature, and sustainability, Carpineto vineyards absorb 26% more carbon than the emissions from their production processes. 

  • 100% Sangiovese Grosso
  • Ruby red with warm garnet reflections
  • Flowery aroma with distinct notes of violet
  • Available for ~ $26.

Pairing: Mushroom risotto. 

Umberto Cesari Sangiovese Riserva

Nestled in the western Italian region of Romagna, Umberto Cesari Winery preaches a philosophy that respects the earth by welcoming sustainable and innovative methods.

  • 100% Sangiovese
  • Acrobatic and robust
  • Notes of violet, mocha, vanilla, and black fruit 
  • Available for ~ $21.15.

Pairing: Roast beef.

Tommasi Rosso di Montalcino DOC

Starting from a pioneer spirit in 1902 and blazing across four generations, Tommasi wines are built in the land, the people, and the commitment to manage every aspect of the vineyard’s growth.

  • 100% Sangiovese Grosso
  • Deep, ruby red
  • Bouquet of violet, plums, and red berry fruits with a touch of spice
  • Available for ~ $24.35.

Pairing: Pasta with meat sauce.

Fontana Fredda Serralunga d’Alba

Founded by the first King of Italy in 1858, the winery was born from a story of love between King Vittorio Emanuele II and Rosa Vercellana. United together because of the mutual respect for the land, the vineyard now has 120 hectares of organic crops. 

  • 100% Nebbiolo
  • Garnet red with ruby highlights 
  • Aromas of vanilla, spices, withered rose, and underbrush
  • Available for ~ $45.99.

Pairing: Big, red dishes or for after-dinner company. 

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