12 Italian Wine Super-Bargains (Wine Spectator)

New reviews of reds, whites and rosés for $20 or less from Tuscany, Puglia, Calabria and more

Jacopo Salvi

Tuscany isn’t all about the reds: Collemassari makes a delicious Vermentino from the Montecucco area.

Part of the undeniable beauty of Italian wine is the chance to explore its great diversity. From top to bottom, the boot offers a wide range of still wine—reds, whites and rosés. Here, we highlight bottlings for $20 or less from Tuscany, Puglia, Calabria, Veneto and Marche. Get the scores and tasting notes!

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