Italian red wine is the most exported to the US. According to the data, one in four bottles of Brunello di Montalcino and one in three of Chianti flies to the United States with every export. In the first 11 months of 2021, the export sector earned 1.6 billion euros, a very important figure considering the two years of the pandemic. It is also no coincidence that the two wines most chosen by the United States are red Italian wines from Tuscan.

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Italian Red Wine

Always according to the advances from the most authoritative guides, the report of "Wine Intelligence”, Tuscany is most popular for 58% of US consumers, second only to the local one Napa Valley. At least 30% of Americans who know Brunello buy it without delay. The data speak for themselves: Brunello is first among Italian wines.

Even Prosecco is among the preferences of Americans. In fact, Italian sparkling wine is far ahead in the ranking compared to French sparkling wines.

Italian Wine Lover offers an unparalleled selection of the best Italian red wines

On the site www.italianwinelover.it, you will find a wide selection of fine wines, some of which are included in the ranking of the 100 best Italian red wines list. They're the best wine wholesalers, they work in the b2b market and are consolidated in the market for the supply of wine bars, supermarkets, and wine merchants. The wines arrive directly at their destination thanks to organized logistics and to the partnership with the best couriers they use for shipping.

On the website, you can find not only red wine but also Italian White wine of all types, and Rosé wine is among the finest in Italy. You can also find dessert wines and Sparkling Wine of different types: dry, extra dry, brut, and extra brut. All to allow your customers to flawlessly accompany their dinners, their events and make the best gifts. A quick and easy way for you too, to quickly restock your wine shop.

Red wine to accompany meat: here are the best

Discover the Best Italian Red Wines to Accompany Fine Meat, According to ItalianWineLover. When it comes to pairing fine Italian meat with wine, a self-respecting red is a must. But with so many delicious options, it can be difficult to know which Italian red wines to choose from.

Here are the best Italian red wines to accompany your next meaty meal, according to ItalianWineLover:

Marchesi Antinori Tenuta Guado al Tasso Il Bruciato Bolgheri Rosso DOC

One of the best Tuscan wines. Antinori is one of the most illustrious and famous wineries in the world with over six hundred years of history. There Tuscany is the region most present in the Antinori range of wines. Great wines come from the Chianti Classico and from the Bolgheri estates, where very elegant and complex wines are produced.

However, Antinori is also present in other highly representative territories for wines of Italy like Umbria and Franciacorta.

Red wine Bolgheri DOC Il Bruciato was born from a blend of three great French vines, cabernet sauvignon (65%), merlot (20%) which gives softness and harmony, and syrah (15%) which gives the typical spicy notes present in the finish. The olfactory picture is intense and complex, with a fruity aroma with notes of sweet and delicate spices. On the palate it is full-bodied, characterized by deep aromas and freshness. The finish is long and persistent.

The grapes ferment for about 10-15 days partly in barrique and partly in stainless steel tanks, at a high temperature of 28-30 ° C. Only a part of merlot e Syrah ferments at lower temperatures to better extract and preserve the fragrance of the aromas. After an initial period, the wine ages for 8 months in French oak barriques and completes its refinement with a further 4 months in the bottle.

How is it served? It should be drunk at room temperature and can be drunk as soon as it is uncorked. At the table, it finds the best combinations with first courses with meat sauce and with second courses of roasted and grilled red meats, stewed meats, and game, typical Tuscan dishes.

Tommasi Il Sestante Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG

A red wine from Italy that is produced by combining three grape varieties typical of the area of Valpolicella in northern Italy: Corvina Veronese for 70%, Rondinella for 25%, and Molinara for the remaining 5%. The name is taken from the cultivation area, among the 8 hectares present, the Monte vineyard is part Masua where the grapes develop in an exceptional way.

Deep imperial ruby ​​red, fruit aroma with ripe black cherries, cherries in alcohol, blackberries, and black currants, followed by spicy notes such as black pepper and a slight nuance of cinnamon. On the palate, it is powerful and very warm, with an intense finish of animal notes with a round tannin.

The bunches are dried for about 5 months in the loft and only afterward are they moved to the cellar, where the fermentation takes place in steel barrels, then the wine is refined in large oak barrels. Slavonia for about 36 months.

How is it served? Cold, between 16 ° and 18 ° C. Suitable for dishes such as stewed game, roasted meat, or platters of aged and excellent cheeses typical of the area and beyond.

Frescobaldi Castiglioni Chianti DOCG

Chianti Castiglioni branded Frescobaldi born in the vineyards of the homonymous estate, located in the area of Chianti DOCG. It rises on the hills of the Val di Pesa, between mild and cool climates with Tyrrhenian breezes. A ruby ​​red wine with violet reflections, the aroma of fruity notes of cherry and strawberry with floral scents. In the mouth, it is soft and warm with a long and persistent finish. One of the best Italian red wines.

It is mainly produced with Sangiovese and Merlot grapes, harvested and selected entirely by hand. Fermentation takes place, with maceration, in stainless steel at a controlled temperature for 11 days. Subsequently, the wine is aged in steel for 6 months with micro-oxygenation, and after a proper rest in the bottle, it can be marketed.

How is it served? This dry red Italian wine can be served 15 minutes after opening. Perfect to accompany important first courses, such as pappardelle with meat sauce, it is ideal in combination with roast chicken, red meats with vegetables, and aged cheeses.

Sessantanni Primitivo di Manduria

Sessantanni Primitivo di Manduria is one of the wine excellence products of Cantine San Marzano, among the best Italian red wines. This prestigious red wine is obtained from the Primitivo grape variety, cultivated with the "Alberello" system of at least sixty years of age in the classic production area of Primitivo di Manduria DOP.

The particular production area presents favorable climatic conditions, characterized by high thermal values, low rainfall, and significant temperature variations, which contribute to conferring superior quality to the grapes. The soil is characterized by fine red earth with a calcareous substrate and rocky outcrops, which give the wine its typical intense red color.

The grape harvest takes place in mid-September and is carried out manually, selecting only slightly overripe grapes. After destemming-pressing, the grapes undergo pre-fermentation maceration at 8°C for 24-48 hours, followed by alcoholic fermentation with selected yeasts for about 10 days at 24-26°C, with final racking through soft presses. Primitivo di Manduria Sessantanni is then aged for 12 months in French and American oak barrels, after malolactic fermentation in steel.

The result is a ruby and elegant red Italian wine, with a wide and complex aroma, fruity with notes of plum and cherry jam, with a slight spiciness and notes of tobacco. It is a red wine of great structure, soft and rich in noble tannins, with a finish that gives notes of cocoa, coffee, and vanilla. It is recommended to pair it with robust first courses, red meats, and game, to be served at a temperature of 18°C.