We work exclusively with Italian wines.
We go straight to source offering ex-cellar pricing and consolidation in Verona.
We represent 18 wineries, small family estates and large co-operatives.
We create blends, labels and private labels.
We offer a personal, flexible, professional and tailor made service.
We operate in Australia, China, France, Ireland, Hong Kong, Korea, Japan, Norway, Singapore, Sweden, UK and the USA.
We have medium and large clients in all market sectors including specialist retailers, supermarkets, wholesalers, restaurant groups and e-commerce.
Roberto Pasqua di Bisceglie
Roberto’s family has been in wine for generations. He founded Revino from scratch in 1999 and has built the company organically, developing partnerships with the producers and clients.
Emilio Pasqua di Bisceglie
Is an enologist with more than four decades of experience in the Italian wine industry. Much of this time has been spent on viticulture, sourcing, vinification, production and heading the family wineries.
Our in-house enologist, worked in wine quality control for five years for a major Italian winery. He is now cellar master in the family winery and oversees all quality control and analysis for Revino.
Italy is blessed with more than one thousand indigenous grapes.
Growing local varietals in specific types of soil suited to that particular grape is a tradition that goes back thousands of years. Just add regional microclimates and the creativity of the producer and we can hunt down unique and exciting wines.
Here are a just few red varieties to ponder.
This is the star of the Veneto region which produces a crimson coloured wine and contributes in large part to Valpolicella, Recioto and Amarone.
In Piedmont this grape produces fragrant and ruby coloured wines that have soft tannins and therefore can allow for reasonably early drinking.
The best indigenous red grape in Sicily. The wines are ripe and full flavoured almost New World in style, and a fantastic marriage can be a blend with Syrah.
This monster red is widely planted around Salento in Puglia, it is related to the Zinfandel from Califorina. The wines are concentrated rich and spicy.
This grape is widely cultivated across Italy and can produce every day wines or great wines depending on the age of the vine, the location etc. think Brunello di Montalcino, Morellino di Scansano, Chianti.
This is the second most widely planted grape in Italy, this is a native Tuscan variety and produces wines which are elegant and well balanced.
Lacrima di Morro D’Alba
Little known and little planted but produces fragrant rose petal wines from the Marche region that have ripe fruit and are well balanced with good acidity due to the cooling sea breezes.
This copper coloured grape is a mutation of Pinot Nero and when grown with respect can produce a rich spicy wine with texture and structure.
This is the most widely planted white in Italy, a prolific variety that can produce fresh light whites or fuller richer styles when the yields have been reduced for example in quality Soave.
Native to the Marche region this grape, green tinged even when ripe, produces wines that can be elegant and dry or much richer fuller and creamier in style.
Very aromatic best known when it is vinified into a Frizzante or a Spumante style. The palate is delicate and floral and it is known for a nose of apples, almonds and wisteria.
This is a native to western Sicily near Alcamo, it produces a light lemony wine that has a reasonable acidity and from older vines can produce really concentrated, complex wines.
This is another of Italy’s aromatic floral whites, delicate on the palate but can also be well structured and full of flavour which makes it great with Italian food.
Another native of Sicily where it is widely planted and produces dry, ripe and aromatic wines. It manages to have good acidity even in this warm climate often due to early picking.
«Roberto and his team are very dedicated to delivering the best for their customers. Professional and easy to work with both in creating new brands and growing the core range. You can rely on their wine quality as well as understanding of the shopper in the local market to ensure successful results.»
Sourcing Manager, International Wine
«I need Revino as I need to concentrate my efforts in the winery and the cellar. A small winery often does not have time or resources to understand the needs of an international market.»
Roccolo Grassi, Italy
«Simplicity of approach coupled with a vision of the future and an extremely flexible ability to source means that Revino can tailor very well. They are one of our trusted long term suppliers.»
Virgin Wines, UK
«Revino is a company with a very professional attitude, and with a very personal service. We in Wine Tailor are very happy to do business with them.»
Wine Tailor, Norway
«Honest and competent people who know what they are talking about. A well mixed Italian portfolio with everything from good value everyday wines to super premiums, and competitive prices as well!… What more do you need?»
Bornicon & Salming, Sweden
«The work with Revino is always consistent and very professional, allowing us to build and consolidate partnerships with large international groups.»
Dott. Gianfranco Campione
Castello di Meleto, Italy
«Working with Roberto at Revino has always been straightforward, efficient and ultimately allowed me to help develop my business in a positive way. It's refreshing to deal with someone with such a wide knowledge of Italy.»
Head of Buying
«Roberto is a capable and enthusiastic individual. We are very satisfied by the service from Revino thanks to their innovative approach to the market.»
Europe Area Manager