Here’s a beautiful and detailed Italy wine region map from Wine Folly. From the rich reds of Tuscany, to Sicily’s world famous Marsala fortified wine, Italy is a country that's as fiercely proud of the wine it produces, as it is of its food.
As an accompaniment to this Italy wine region map you might want to check out the guides to regional Italian produce we’ve been compiling recently – combined, you’ve pretty much got everything covered when it comes to eating and drinking your way around Italy. Check out our guides to Liguria, Veneto and Emilia Romagna to start.
The region of Umbria in central Italy was of course the epicentre of a recent devastating earthquake that resulted in the loss of hundreds of lives. Read about the blogger who is encouraging Italian restaurants worldwide to donate to relief efforts and find out how to donate to the Red Cross appeal here.
You can also buy this Italy wine region map from Wine Folly in physical form (12” x 6”). So why not grab a map, a box of drawing pins to mark off all your stops and get those flights booked. We’ll see you there for a glass (bottle) or two.
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