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The best wine and food shops in Italy

After the cold windy days of the previous months, spring is the perfect season to travel around Italy and discover the beauty of our regions where you can admire the first blossoms after the long winter months.

If you are visiting Italy and would like to buy typical food products or a few bottles of our great Dievole Chianti Classico or Dievole EVOO, here are a few places you should check out.

Consorzio Agrario di Siena

Located in the heart of Siena, at the Consorzio Agrario you can find a fantastic selection of all things Tuscan: Pecorino cheeses, fresh handmade pici pasta, the famous – and delicious – Cinta Senese prosciutto and a wide selection of our Dievole Chianti Classico and EVOO, of course.

Via Pianigiani, 9, Siena

www.capsi.it

Enoteca di Piazza, Montalcino

In our neighboring town of Montalcino, Enoteca di Piazza is more than just a shop: it is a place of great wine culture, where you taste the best ones on the market, buy bottles and order others, ship worldwide and more. There is also a Wine Club you can join to receive special discounts and other treats.

Piazza Garbiladi, 4, Montalcino (SI)

www.enotecadipiazza.com

Enoteca Bruno Dalmazio

This fancy winery is located just outside Montalcino. In this bright and finely furnished open space you can find a great selection of Italian and French wines while its strong bond with the Tuscan territory is reflected in a wide variety of products from the Montalcino area.

Viale Traversa dei Monti, 214, Montalcino (SI)

www.dalmazio.com

Enoteca Alessi

Photo by Nick Fewings on Flickr

Photo by Nick Fewings on Flickr

If you are visiting the cradle of the Renaissance, the beautiful Florence, you shouldn’t miss out on Enoteca Alessi. Located just a few steps from the Duomo, it is a cozy space for wine lovers surrounded by display cabinets, bottles of wine and delicatessen. The wine bar hosts wine and olive oil tastings in a pleasant and relaxing atmosphere where you can get away for the urban chaos and just chill

Via delle Oche 27-31r, Firenze

www.enotecaalessi.it

Enoteca Molesini

Cortona is a small town enclosed by stone walls dating back to Etruscan and Roman times, located in the Valdichiana area, not very far from Arezzo. In the heart of this medieval borgo, Piazza della Repubblica, Enoteca Molesini opened in 1937. The family-run bottega has expanded throughout the years and is now an elegant wine shop with more than 1200 labels, including Dievole.

Piazza della Repubblica, 22, Cortona (AR)

www. molesini-market.com

Enoteca Wine Bar Da Otto

After an intense day visiting Milan’s main monuments and museums, spend your time off in the hinterland area of Senago, which is a lovely town not very far from the cosmopolitan capitol of Italian fashion. Have yourself a glass of Dievole Chianti Classico or choose one of the 1400 labels hosted by this small but lovely enoteca, which also offers food tastings and an interesting tapas menu.

Via Garibaldi, 14 (MI)

www.enotecadaotto.it

Eat’s Vivere di Gusto

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Photo by Christian Grelard on Flickr

If you are heading to Venezia for the weekend, make a stop in Conegliano at Eat’s Vivere di Gusto to buy a bottle of our Chianti Classico, the perfect wine for a romantic toast during a gondola ride on the Venice laguna.

Via Cesare Battisti 5/R, Conegliano (TV)

www.eatsstore.it

Enoteca Gargiulo

Are you planning a summer vacation to Southern Italy? Don’t miss Eboli, a small but lovely town, with beaches, good weather and delicious food. Don’t forget to pay a visit to the Enoteca Gargiulo, a family run business where you can find a wide selection of Italian wines, champagne and the best Italian olive oils, including our Dievole 100% Italian EVOO.

Viale Amendola 137, Eboli (SA)

www.gargiulocoloniali.it