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Italian Wine

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Italian Wine
Home to over 2,000 indigenous grape varieties, Italy can feel a little overwhelming to get to know, but once you do it’s well worth it. The “Boot” is unique from France in that it grows quality wines the length of the entire country and wine culture is even more central here than in its Gallic neighbor. Interestingly, of Italy’s 20 most planted grapes, the only “international” variety is Merlot, which ...more
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2018 Sapore Locale Nero d'Avola

2018 Sapore Locale Nero d'Avola

 
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“Earthy, Tart, Velvety”

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2018 Far + Wide Frappato

2018 Far + Wide Frappato

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“Brambly, Vibrant, Crowd Pleaser”

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2018 Più Gioia Pinot Grigio

2018 Più Gioia Pinot Grigio

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“Stone Fruit, Easy Drinking, Crowd Pleaser”

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2016 Tempo Vero Negroamaro

2016 Tempo Vero Negroamaro

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“Round, Jammy, Luscious”

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“Friendly, Vibrant, Exotic”

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2017 Più Gioia Pinot Grigio

2017 Più Gioia Pinot Grigio

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Italian Wine

Another important region of Northern Italy is the Veneto, which is the home of Valpolicella and Prosecco, both wines that are important exports to around the world. In Central Italy, Sangiovese is the most important grape, best known its starring role in Tuscan Chianti and Brunello di Montalcino, but also grown throughout the Marche, Umbria, Lazio, and Abruzzo. Montepulciano is another important red grape that is gaining renown, particularly in ...more

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