Italy: Most of us know Tuscany, Venice, Amalfi Coast and the Cinque Terre. When we think of Italian wine, it pretty much stops at Chianti or Barolo.
Over the span of three tastings, you’ll try 21-24 wines made from native grapes of Italy from north to south. Obviously, we are just scratching the surface, but if you’re the least bit curious about this, come out and discover a smattering of Italy’s native grapes. Come out for your favourite (s) area of Italy, or come to all three!
March 19 – Native Grapes of Italy (NORTH)
April 16 – Native Grapes of Italy (CENTRAL)
May 2 – Native Grapes of Italy (SOUTH- Regions: Campania, Basilicata, Puglia, Calabria, Sicily, Sardinia)