Grapes Selection on Sfusobuono

A selection of bag-in-boxes conceived and realised with the aim of showcasing the best-known and most characteristic grape varieties of Italy's main wine-growing areas. All wines come from selected small wineries already present in the Sfusobuono catalogue and are made using artisanal methods in the vineyard and in the cellar.

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Did you know that Italy has the largest heritage of native varieties by far? We are talking about over 500 different grapes from North to South, which over time have adapted to the individual wine-growing areas, giving life to typical and world-famous wines. Italy can boast an absolute record in terms of biodiversity and it is worth keeping this taste ecosystem alive for generations to come. Some of these autochthonous vines such as Sangiovese and Barbera are now known throughout the globe and today represent Italian wine in the world.