|One of the leaders in grape production, Italy has a powerful sense of verity when it comes to wine. Originally introduced by the Mycenaean Greeks, viticulture has flourished in the country for more than two-thousand years. Greco-Roman influence would outline the quintessential winemaking and ageing techniques that are currently practiced worldwide. Italian prominence in local crop production has become so prolific, there is nary a region where grapes are not harvested. View or download map PDF - An overview of Piedmont, Tuscany and all the country's other major wine regions, from Alto Aidge in the north to and Puglia and Campania in the south, along with Sardinia and Sicily.