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The Cycling Podcast / Giro dei Vini 2024

The Cycling Podcast / Giro dei Vini 2024

As per tradition, in association with our friends at Dvine Cellars in London, we’re presenting a selection of six wines showcasing the same terroir that the Giro d’Italia will visit in May. And, as we’ve done in other years, we’ve asked Greg Andrews of Dvine to talk us through the selection on the eve of the race.

If you’re not into wine, this is NOT the podcast for you! If, however, you do want to hear what Greg and Daniel have to say, stay tuned and head to to make an order.

The wines in the case are listed below with links to the (all very informative) producers’ websites. Unfortunately, Dvine’s cases are still only available to UK listeners but in many instances you will be able to find similar wines, from the same regions, wherever you are. Please also enjoy in moderation!

The wines (in Giro route order):

STAGE 3: Summer Wolff, GioGio Freisa, Monferrato, Piedmonte (

STAGE 6: Cosimo Maria Massini, Annick, Sauvignon Blanc/Vermentino, Tuscany (

STAGE 11: Caiaffa, Negroamaro, Puglia (

STAGE 11: Di Majo Norante, Sangiovese, Campomarino, Molise (

STAGE 16: Cantina Adriano, Müller-Thurgau, Trentino Alto-Adige (

STAGE 18: Serafini & Vidotto, Bollicine Rosé NV, Veneto (

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