Italian Italian wine is wine produced in Italy, a country which is home to some of the oldest wine-producing regions in the world. Italy is the world's largest wine producer, responsible for approximately one-fifth of world wine production in 2005. Italian wine is exported largely around the world and has market share of over 10% in most Asian countries like India. Wine is extremely popular in Italy. Italians lead the world in wine consumption by volume with 70 literes per capita consumption, compared to 25 litres in the US, 20 litres in Australia, 40 millilitres in China and 9 millilitres in India. Grapes are grown in almost every region of the country. More than 1 million vineyards are under cultivation. Vino della casa (house wine) £15.95 (by the glass 4.95) Chardonnay £17.95 Pinot Grigio £18.95 (by the glass 5.95) Verdicchio £18.95 Lugana (Sirmione) £19.95 Toscana (Bianco) £21.95 Verona (Garganega & Sauvignon) £23.95 Falanghina (San Gregorio) £23.95 Vernaccia di San Gimignano £24.95 Vermentino £25.95 Greco di Tufo £27.95 Fiano di Avellino £29.95 Gavi di Gavi £32.95 Vino della casa (house wine) £15.95 (by the glass 4.95) Barbera £18.95 Valpolicella £19.95 Merlot £21.95 Cabernet Sauvignon £21.95 Salice Salentino £23.95 Chianti Classico £26.95 Nebbiolo D’Alba £28.95 Primitivo £29.95 Nobile Di Montepulciano £29.95 (by the glass 7.50) Anglianico £29.95 Montecorno. Cantina Avanzi £34.95 Rosso di Montalcino £34.95 Barolo £46.95 Amarone £54.95 Brunello Di Montalcino £62.95 Garda Classico Rosé £23.95 (by the glass 6.25) Prosecco £25.95 (by the glass 6.25) Prosecco Rosé £25.95 (by the glass 6.25) Guests with allergies and intolerances should make a member of the team aware, before placing your order.