Italian Wine Club

Italian Wine Club is a group of friends, enthusiasts and experts in Italian wines determined to introduce their favourite wineries to wine lovers in Singapore. By choosing this brand you are joining a select circle that will help you to get to know, taste and buy some of the finest and most authentic wines in the Italian tradition.

Dive into Made in Italy: into Italian style, history, art and culture.

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The Club wineries and wines have been carefully chosen after years of tasting, visits and personal acquaintance with the producers.

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Choosing one of the labels selected by Italian Wine Club means living an authentic Italian experience.

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The fragrances and flavours of each bottle speak of the history, art, culture, landscapes and knowhow of a people bound from time immemorial with the cultivation of vines and the production of wine. There is no table in Italy without a bottle of wine on it, there is no dish or recipe that does not find its completion in a good glass of wine!

  • 2014 Barbarescos: Triumphs and Question Marks

    The early reports on the 2014 vintage through much of Europe were not optimistic: rain, lots of it. In some places, it lasted through the spring. In parts of Italy, it carried on through much of the growing season.

    Farmers depend on rain when it comes at the right time and in the right amount to keep their vines healthy. But too much, combined with warm temperatures and plenty of humidity, can be a disaster, leading to mildew, fungus and rot. Yields can be diminished and, without the utmost care, the quality of the wines can be harmed.

    Yet to the surprise of many people who follow vintage reports as if they were the gospel, the wines from some areas where gloom was deepest have turned out surprisingly well.

    The Piedmont region of northwestern Italy was one such place where pessimism seemed to have the upper hand. But early reports on the 2014 Barbarescos from those who had visited the region — and tasted from barrels and bottles — indicated that the wines were not at all bad. On the contrary, most tasters asserted, they were quite good. Continue reading 2014 Barbarescos: Triumphs and Question Marks

  • Why you should be drinking organic wine

    Once there was a time when people, both in the wine trade and the general consumer, would actively avoid organic wines, if they even knew they existed in the first place.
    But organic wine is on the rise among wine lovers. Thanks in part to an increase in the number of talented young winemakers actively seeking out organically grown grapes to make their wines from, organic wines are finally carving out a niche for themselves. And drinkers are reaping the rewards.


    An organic wine is a wine made from grapes that have been grown without the use of artificial or synthetic chemicals, such as herbicides and pesticides. To keep the weeds and bugs at bay, organic farmers work with nature, rather than against it, by boosting their vineyard’s biodiversity. For example, they introduce cover crops to provide a habitat for beneficial insects that are the natural enemy of problem species, or have small sheep graze between the vine rows, eating the grass and weeds. In this way, the vineyard becomes a self-regulating, natural ecosystem, which is able to combat problems intrinsically and eliminates the need for artificial, and potentially toxic, chemicals. Continue reading Why you should be drinking organic wine

  • Organic, Bio-dynamic and Vegan

    Pievalta Castelli di Jesi Winery: Pioneers of Biodynamic Agriculture in Le Marche

    The Pievalta Castelli di Jesi Winery, located in Le Marche, was founded in 2002 with biodynamic agriculture in mind. Silvano Brescianini of Barone Pizzini spotted the potential of the Verdicchio grape and decided to acquire the property. He recruited Alessandro Fenino, a young enologist from Milan, to manage this newly acquired land. Thus began the story of this pioneering winery.

    Fenino studied the Verdicchio grape and decided to farm the estate, adhering to purely organic methods. In 2005, he implemented a biodynamic conversion of the vineyards. In growing cover crops between vineyard rows “green manure,” Fenino successfully reactivated the soil, while stimulating the growth of many other plants, too. His method acts as a kind of organic renaissance for the vineyard. Continue reading Organic, Bio-dynamic and Vegan

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