The highest expression of Barbera, “Viti Centenarie” is obtained from very old vines that yield small and loose bunches, ideal for the production of opulent and concentrated wines.

Ruchè is a variety of Piedmont in Italy that has risen from virtual obscurity as a little-known, dark-skinned variety to having its own appellation, Ruchè di Castagnole Monferrato. The appellation was elevated to DOCG status in 2011. Its origins are disputed, with some claiming Ruchè as indigenous to the region, while others claim it has Burgundian roots.

Montepulciano is a classic, Italian wine grape and one of the most wide widely planted grapes in the country. The grape makes deeply red wines and is adaptable to traditional or modern winemaking styles.

Why wine is the perfect Valentine’s Day treat Even though 44% of women claim that New Year’s Eve is the booziest holiday, Valentine’s Day is known for its love affair with wine. This is, in part, because red wine is a powerful aphrodisiac. When you’re trying to plan for a romantic night with your partner, relying on the antioxidant properties present in red wine might just spice things up, especially if you pair it with chocolate.

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