Investing in Italian Vineyards especially for the best wines enjoys relatively strong demand. Northern Italian wines have increased by 6%–8% from 2018. The outlook is positive too with the Fine Wine Index rising by 120% in the last decade.
In Italy the Super Tuscans operate larger vineyards and Merlot dominates production. In Piedmont the vineyards of Barolo and Barbaresco are much smaller and use only Niebbolo grapes. There are several areas that produce top quality investment grade wines
The market is in a state of constant alert as to what the next big thing might be. The broadening of the fine wine market will continue as global exposure to its opportunities increases. The wines of Montalcino, Barolo and Barbaresco have outperformed their peers in recent times, we might still be at the start in respect of how far they may go.
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Italian wine is produced in every region of Italy, home to some of the oldest wine-producing regions in the world. Italy is the world's largest producer of wine, with an area of 702,000 hectares under vineyard cultivation, and contributing a 2013–2017 annual average of 48.3 million hl of wine.
Italy's twenty wine regions correspond to the twenty administrative regions of the country. Understanding the differences between these regions is very helpful in understanding the different types of Italian wine. Wine in Italy tends to reflect the local cuisine. Regional cuisine also influences the wine.
Piedmont, Lombardia, Veneto and Tuscany produce the wines most appreciate: Barolo, Barbaresco, and Brunello di Montalcino. Other notable wines that have gained attention in recent: Amarone della Valpolicella, Prosecco di Conegliano- Valdobbiadene, Taurasi from Campania, Franciacorta sparkling wines from Lombardy; evergreen wines are Chianti and Soave, while new wines from Lazio, Puglia and Sicily are quickly gaining recognition: Verdicchio, Sagrantino, Primitivo, Nero D'Avola among others. The Friuli-Venezia Giulia is world-famous for the quality of her white wines, like Pinot Grigio. Special sweet wines like Vin Santo, Passitos and Moscatos are also renowned.
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