Results 31 - 38 of 38
Items:
Sort By:
Grid View
List View
1 2 3
Nardini grappas are named for the Italian Nardini family who claim to have been making grappa (a spirit distilled specifically from wine grape skin and pits or pomace) from its founding in 1779 by Bortolo ...
View More Details
Nardini Mandorla 1.00l
Sale: $50.97
The Nardini family has been making Italy’s finest grappa since 1779. Not well known outside the Veneto, Nardini Alla Mandorla Grappa is perfect for those new to Grappa. It is subtly infused with almonds. ...
View More Details
Founded in 1977 in Alba, Italy, proprietor and head distiller Paolo Marolo creates his eponymous grappas by following two simple rules: source superior, single varietal pomace and press it as soon as possible. ...
View More Details
Cividina Grappa 1.00l
Sale: $28.97
Tosolini Cividina Grappa is a robust, spring water-clear Italian grappa with aromatic hints of fruit. It is distilled in Friuli in Northern Italy in traditional copper stills. The distillary’s proximity ...
View More Details
Candolini Grappa is made from 85% free-running grape juice as well as distilled pips and stems (thus giving it a taste superior to that of most grappas, which are made from the pips and stems alone). Aromatic ...
View More Details
The grappa Palas Barbera is smooth and intense with hints of mature fruit and vanilla. On the palate it is rich and charming, perfect with chocolate.
View More Details
The coolest grappa, aromatic and fragrant Moscato grapes enhanced by spirit! Excellent fresh, the “Party with style” Grappa.
View More Details
Grappa di Moscato has the delicate floral aromas and elegant, dry and velvety flavors of the pomace from Moscato grapes. Grappa is exclusively an Italian product obtained by distillation of the lees of ...
View More Details

Italy is one of the top producers of wine in the world. With just the right growing regions and centuries of perfecting winemaking, it is known for its wide variety. Every region of the country is a growing region. The varied geography, from the Alps to warm coastal regions, produces a remarkable range of profiles. The differences in flavors and aromas generally correlate with the popular cuisines from that region if you're looking for the ideal pairing.

Italy produces reds and whites, still and sparkling, so you will never run out of options when looking to order Italian wine online. Try rich whites, sweet reds, and wines that come only from Italy. The long list includes everything from table wine and cooking wine to some of the highest quality wines in the world.

The wide variety may sound intimidating, but we through this together. Work your way through the varied growing regions, bottle by bottle. Our selection at Wine Chateau includes hundreds of these varieties, so buy Italian wines online for hundreds of choices at a discount.

1 2 3