Savvy Shopper

Bruce Sanderson
Issue: June 15, 2010

Italy has a rich tradition of diversity when it comes to grapegrowing, producing a range of indigenous and international varieties. In this list, you'll find different styles of white wines from grapes grown in regions as varied as Alto Adige in the north and Campania in the south. All are worthy accompaniments to fresh seafood and salads-or ideal for just sipping solo. The Villa Matilde is 100 percent Falanghina; the La Cappuccina 100 percent Garganega.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands May 25, 2010.

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