Northeastern Italian wines made from both indigenous and international grape varieties offer their distinctive style for just the right price
Posted: July 26, 2002
A large array of crisp, well-priced white wines are the specialty of northeastern Italy, an area that encompasses Verona, Trentino, Alto Adige and Friuli-Venezia Giulia. Modern winemaking techniques, experimentation with new grape types and export-savvy vintners illustrate a willingness to leave tradition behind and try something new.
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