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A delicious blend of Garganega, Pinot Grigio & Chardonnay. Very pale gold...
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Under various different names and guises, Trebbiano is one of Europe's most...
Related to the Pinot Gris grape of Alsace, which in northern Italy...
A white wine with a delicate nose, with hints of broom, whilst...
Passolo Chardonnay from Rocca Estate is a product of the sunny and...
Pinot Grigio has become incredibly popular over the last few years and...
Cortese is best known for producing the popular Gavi wines from Piemonte...
Dry white wine, with a complex structure and full-bodied, fruity aroma. Made...
Light straw in colour with hints of vine and cherry flowers on...
Verdeca is a relatively rare grape variety found mostly in Puglia and...
Even considering the roughly 8 billion bottles of wine it produces each year, the country manages to stay true to wine styles that go back four thousand years. As a result, Italy not only has more local grape varieties than any other country, but it also has some of the most distinctive wines on Earth.