Pizza and wine in Italy: A new trend

Italy has been enjoying a big increase in pizza sales in recent years, and now, the country is also seeing a rise in wine.

Here are the top 10 most popular types of wine in the country.

1.

Italian red wine The Italians love red wines, but not all of them have to be red.

In Italy, the Italian red is known as a “piazzale”, which translates as “red wine”.

It’s a blend of red and white grapes that were picked from the vineyard of the same family.

Italian wine producers use this variety to make wines that are more like a red wine than other types.

Red wines are also known as riesling or sauvignon blanc, and can be as rich as Pinot Noir.

2.

Chardonnay Chardonnays are also a popular wine variety in Italy, and they’re also often served at dinner parties.

They’re usually white and red, and are a bit more aromatic than the other types of wines.

3.

Pinot Grigio Pinot Grigs are wines made from grapes picked from an ancient vineyard.

They were the result of the wine grape picking techniques of the Roman Empire.

They are made from a mixture of red grapes and white or blue grapes, and contain a very small amount of the red grape’s juice.

Pinots are also popular among Italian and Spanish people.

4.

Zinfandel Zinfandel is a white grape that was once used for wine production in France.

Zingy and sweet, it has a strong citrus flavour and is sometimes described as “cucumber fruit”.

It has a slightly bitter taste, and is not as acidic as other white wines.

Zins are also made from white grapes, but they are more expensive.

5.

Merlot Merlot is a French wine made from the grapes of the Merlot family.

The Merlot grape was planted in the 19th century, and the fruit is grown in France until around the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Merlots are not as popular in Italy as other wine varieties.

Merlamots are made by blending white and black grapes, producing wines that taste a little like a blend.

They also have a stronger aroma.

6.

Pininfarina Pininfarinas are white wines made with the grapes grown on the slopes of Mt.

Vesuvius.

They have a distinct orange colour, and have a bitter flavour.

It’s usually a white wine, but Pininfars are sometimes produced with red wine and other types in addition to the Merlamot grape.

7.

Pilsner Urquell Pilsner urquell is a light, crisp beer that’s often served as a light snack.

The pilsner is a fermented beer made from barley, and has a mild, hoppy taste.

The beer has a very dry finish, which is perfect for drinking after a long day on the town.

It can be served hot or cold, and it is generally a refreshing drink.

8.

Marlboro Marlboro is a lighter red wine made with red and black malts.

It has mild to medium flavours and a hint of sweetness.

Marloobers are often served with chips and crisps.

9.

Cabernet Sauvignon Cabernet is a red grape grown in northern France.

The wine is usually produced from the wine grapes of an old vineyard in the province of Loire, which was founded in the 17th century.

The grapes are then fermented in a wooden barrel, where the resulting wine is aged in oak barrels for several months before being bottled.

It is sometimes referred to as “sherry” wine.

10.

Meritage Meritage is a brand of wine produced in Germany.

It comes in various shapes and sizes, ranging from a pale, pale red to a full-bodied, ruby red.

Merititage is made from red wine, and also comes in a number of other flavours.

If you are in Italy you might be interested in our guide to wine in Europe.