Principato Wines

Principato, meaning "Princely Realm" or principality, is named for northeast Italy's Tre Venezie, a region embracing the majesty of the snow-capped Dolomite Alps and the picturesque beauty of Italy's romantic Lake District. For wine lovers, the Tre Venezie is also source of Principato, one of Italy's most popular and affordable wines. Introduced in 1978, today it encompasses a contemporary range of the most popular varietal wines and blends.

The Tre Venezie offers a combination of geography and climate well suited to producing high quality grapes. Tellingly, it is also home of Italy's foremost center of viticultural study and research, the internationally renowned Istituto Agrario Provinciale at San Michele all'Adige.

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Principato Pinot Noir
Principato, meaning “Princely Realm” or principality, refers to northeast Italy’s Tre Venezie, a region embracing the majesty of the snow-capped Dolomite Alps and the picturesque beauty of Italy’s romantic Lake District. Vivacious purple. Redolent of black cherry and dark berry fruit. Well
Item Number: 30529
Bottle:$7.95
Case: $95.40
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Principato Pinot Grigio Chardonnay 1.5L
"Grapes are harvested by hand, starting with Pinot Grigio in the first few days of September and followed a week later by the Chardonnay. After a light pressing and fermentation, the two varieties are blended together and spend the next three months in stainless steel tanks maintained at a cool
Item Number: 11590
Bottle:$9.99
Case: $59.94
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Principato Cabernet/Merlot 1.5L
"80% Cabernet Sauvignon; 20% Merlot. Bright ruby red. Redolent of red berries; well balanced, slightly spicy notes typical of Cabernet Sauvignon. Ample, full bodied, smooth, and well structured." ~ Winery Notes

Principato Rosso Rosso 1.5L
"Grapes are harvested by hand during the first couple of weeks in October. The two varieties are then combined, after which they undergo a 12- to 14-day cool fermentation on the skins, to enhance extraction of color and flavor. The new wine is then aged 3-4 months in stainless steel tanks, followed