Riva de la Rosa wines originate from renowned winemaking regions across Italy, including Tuscany, Piedmont, Marche, Lazio, and Friuli-Venezia Giulia. Each of these regions boasts its own rich viticultural heritage, characterized by unique terroirs, microclimates, and traditional winemaking practices.

These wines should be stored in a cool, dry place, out of direct sunlight.

All Riva de la Rosa wines are recommended to be served chilled at 50 degrees Fahrenheit.

Frascati pairs well with seafood, carbonara pasta and poultry.

Gavi pairs well with foods inspired by Northern Italian cuisine like pesto pasta, seafood, and dishes with basil and lemon.

Vermentino pairs well with light meats, fish and foods that highlight green and herbal flavors.

Verdicchio pairs well with fish, Marcona almonds, prosciutto, quiche and savory souffles.

Sauvignon Blanc pairs well with shellfish and seafood dishes such as fish crudo, as well as creamy dishes like risotto and pasta.

All Riva de la Rosa wines contain 12.5% ABV.

Frascati, Vermentino, Verdicchio and Sauvignon Blanc are gluten-free.

Frascati, Vermentino, Verdicchio and Sauvignon Blanc are vegan-friendly.

Frascati is made from a combination of Malvasia, Grechetto, Trebbiano and Bombino grapes.

Gavi is made entirely from Cortese grapes.

Vermentino is made from Vermentino and a small percentage of Petit Manseng grapes.

Verdicchio is made entirely from Verdicchio grapes.

Sauvignon Blanc is made entirely from Sauvignon Blanc grapes.

Italy offers a delightful variety of white wines, thanks to a rich tapestry of indigenous grapes thriving in its diverse landscapes. From the crisp alpine air of the north to the sunny coastal regions of the south, each glass reveals refreshing acidity and unique aromas. Rooted in tradition yet embracing innovation, these wines invite you to unwind and savor the simple pleasures of life.

DOCG stands for Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita, the highest classification for Italian wines. Strict regulations oversee every stage of production, dictating grape growing locations, permitted varieties, and aging methods.

DOC stands for Denominazione di Origine Controllata, a classification one step below DOCG. Regulations still oversee product and style but are not as strict as those for DOCGs.

IGT stands for Indicazione Geografica Tipica, enabling winemakers to utilize grape varieties and produce styles that do not fall under the restrictions imposed by DOC and DOCG regulations.