Our spring 2019 collection – Italian whites and rosés

Today our series of collections returns to Italy, this time for white and rosé, following on from our reviews of central and southern Italian reds and northern Italian reds. See this guide to our spring collections. 

Tim writes Italy’s white wines can be more difficult to appreciate than its reds, as the starting points are less obvious than, say, Barolo, Brunello, Chianti Classico or Amarone. 

In fact, the reverse is perhaps more the case, with the interesting, the different and the ageworthy being obscured by the high-volume, low-quality wines that have left the country over recent decades, from...

Justerinis Italian tasting