Among Italy's whites, it's hard to rival the popularity of Pinot Grigio. But thanks to the country's wide and varied wine and food culture, there are many distinct and delicious whites to discover. Frequently made from indigenous grapes, they may be unfamiliar to the American ear, but they can be exciting, especially at these easy-going prices.
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