Italy has always been famous for its food and wine, both of which play an important part in the country’s identity and culture. It’s no surprise, then, that many of us enjoy tasting a glass or two of Italian wine. Italy produces more wine than any other country and has a history of wine producing, which spans over 4000 years, due to its perfect climate. From north to south, you will have the most famous regions and wines, but you will find lots of hidden treasures too. From Veneto the heart of Prosecco, Piemonte with the famous Barolos, Toscana famous for their super Tuscans, Marche with their Trebbiano and Verdicchio grapes, Sardinia Pecorino, Abruzzo famously enjoyed by Miguel de Cervantes, the Primitivo from Puglia, Sicily’s Nero d’Avola, amongst many other regions and grapes.