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Fresh, Fruity & Flavorful

Vivid and diverse, Italy's white wines range far beyond Pinot Grigio
James Suckling, Jo Cooke
Issue: August 31, 2008

For many, Italian white wine means Pinot Grigio. Grown from the southern tip of Sicily to the northern edge of Alto Adige on the Austrian border, the grape makes mostly simple, easy-drinking wines that could come from just about any Italian wine region.

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