Whimsical and elegant, Italian dinner parties invoke the playful warmth of the Mediterranean. We've put together a guide to help you bring the experience straight into your home. From table scape to menu and wine pairings, transport your guests to the stunning cliffs of the Amalfi Coast.
With its rich history and ideal growing conditions, you could spend lifetimes discovering and uncovering the many secrets of Tuscany. With its stunning landscape, rustic aesthetic, and countless exceptional wineries to visit, it's a place you can return to over and over again.
Framed to the northwest by the towering rocks of the Alps and cradled to the south by the rounded slopes of the Apennine mountains, Piedmont's diverse and varied terrain lends itself to varied and diverse wine growing opportunities. From Barolos to Barbarescos, sparkling Moscato Biancos to crisp Cortese wines, there's good reason for the Piedmont wine region to be among the most celebrated in Italy.
Stretching into the gentle embrace of the Adriatic and Mediterranean Seas, Italy's heel is fortuitously graced with a long sun-drenched coastline and diverse landscapes. With fertile, limestone enriched soils, Puglia's hot dry climate makes it deal for growing wine grapes. Delivering rich, bold reds and acidic, mineral whites, explore the exquisite wines produced in Italy's second largest wine region.
The world of wine can be complicated and overwhelming, but it doesn't need to be. Check out our guide to Sicilian wine and discover the wines of Sicily and what makes the island an ideal growing region. Includes delicious pairing suggestions as well.
Feudo Montini is one of the oldest recorded wineries in Sicily, passed down through three generations of family lineage. They believe in using earth's natural processes to create the best quality wine.