Wine producers in Friuli, in the northeast corner of Italy, this year completed what will be the last harvest of one of the region's most popular single-variety whites, Tocai Friulano. Following a ruling by the European Union, wines made from local Tocai grapes will be labeled, beginning April 1, 2007, as Friulano, which simply means "coming from Friuli.
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