Now that we are approaching the end of this serious situation, and finally on the Costa del Sol, we are going to move on to Phase 2 of the de-climbing, from Da Bruno, we propose a wine tour to discover the wonders of good Italian wines.
The Italian wines are designed to match the exquisite Italian food and therefore are designed with powerful flavors and high acidity. They go well with all kinds of "pasta" and red meat. In any case there is so much variety and disparity of wines that it is difficult not to find in Italy a wine that fits our tastes and preferences and that we can enjoy.
The most important city of the Roman Empire, vinicolamente speaking was the city of Pompeii, located south of the current Naples and famous for being destroyed by the eruption of Vesuvius. Pompeii had a wide extension of vineyards, because the orography and climate characteristics made it possible to obtain excellent quality grapes.
Today there are many designations of origin and the variety of its wines, but to mention a few, we recommend you not to miss the Amarone della Valpolicella from Veneto, the famous Chianti from Tuscany, the wines from Piedmont, the Lambrusco from Emilia Romagna, the white wines from Umbria, and the Marsala from our beloved Sicily and Sardinia.
From its beginnings until today, wine has undergone a permanent evolution all over the world, and nowadays Italian wines have a worldwide recognition. At this moment Italy is, together with France and Spain, one of the largest wine producers in the world. This is undoubtedly a good time to check it out, cheers!