Like a microcosm of Italy's vast winescape, the country's northeast offers a diversity of styles made from both indigenous and international grape types. But contrary to the country's rule, white wines are the stars here, often powerful and ageworthy, while most of the reds, fresh and fruity, are accessible on release.
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