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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...
On the palate, aromas of lime zest and grapefruit made from the...
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...
From the valleys to the north of Lake Garda and made using...
Verdeca is a relatively rare grape variety found mostly in Puglia and...
From the land of Monferrato, this elegant and intense white wine has...
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.