Top 100 white wines of Colline del Genovesato

Discover the top 100 best white wines of Colline del Genovesato in Colline del Genovesato as well as the best winemakers in the region. Explore the varietals of the white wines that are popular in Colline del Genovesato and the best vintages to taste in this region.

Discovering the wine region of Colline del Genovesato

The wine region du Colline del Genovesato is located in the region in Ligurie in Italy. Wineries and vineyards like the Domaine Bisson or the Domaine Bisson produce mainly wines white, red and sparkling. The most planted grape varieties in the region of Colline del Genovesato are Vermentino et Ciliegiolo, they are then used in wines in blends or as a single variety. On the nose of Colline del Genovesato often reveals types of flavors of earth, microbio or oak and sometimes also flavors of tree fruit, citrus fruit or non oak.

In the mouth of Colline del Genovesato is a powerful with a nice freshness. We currently count 5 estates and châteaux in the of Colline del Genovesato, producing 13 different wines in conventional, organic and biodynamic agriculture. The wines of Colline del Genovesato go well with generally quite well with dishes of beef, veal or pork.

News from the vineyard of Colline del Genovesato

St-Emilion council defends classification after Angélus withdrawal

Château Angélus’ announcement that it is withdrawing from the process to create the 2022 St-Emilion Classification has sent shockwaves through the region and raised questions about the ranking’s future form.  With Châteaux Ausone and Cheval Blanc having announced their withdrawal last year, three of the top-ranking ‘Premier Grand Cru Classé A’ estates from the last edition of the St-Emilion Classification in 2012 will not be candidates for the revised ranking, due this ye ...

Andrew Jefford: ‘2021 has been the year of all the miseries’

How’s the weather been this year? Awful. ‘La nature m’écoeure’, one of my wine-growing friends posted on Facebook on 8 April, having been out to look at the frost-crippled shoots on his vines that morning: ‘Nature disgusts me’. It takes a lot to make a wine-grower feel that. He wasn’t alone. Jeremiads echo around the northern hemisphere as 2021 closes. It’s been the year of all the miseries. None suffered more horribly than the growers of Germany’s Ahr valley, where floodwaters caused by the fou ...

Hugh Johnson: ‘What can irritate me is change for change’s sake’

‘New’ is the second most popular word in any sales catalogue. (The first is ‘Free’.) We scribblers can’t resist it: it guarantees copy of one sort or another. Even in the slowly evolving world of wine, where the main ethos of the product is historical continuity, ‘new’ sells. To someone like me with a strong sense of history, not to mention conservative tastes, it can be a bit unsettling. It’s not really change that bothers me. There is always room for improvement. What can irritate me is change ...