Italian White Wines

Before the 15th century, somewhere in Ireland, Uisce Beatha (Gaelic for “Water of Life,”) or whiskey, as we know it now, was created. Whiskey, with spelled an ‘e’ in the US, and Ireland, and without an ‘e’ in Scotland, Japan and Canada. Whisk(e)y is distilled from a fermented mash of grain (beer), usually corn, rye, barley or wheat, then aged in oak barrels.


ITA Pinot Grigio

Green-Melon Pineapple Leaf -Citrus

Bottled at 13.5% ABV

White-Grape Almond Spice

Bottled at 13% ABV

ITA Garganega

Peach Apricot Hazelnut

Bottled at 12.5% ABV

Apricot Cherry-Blossom Sage

Bottled at 12.5% ABV