8 Refreshing Value Whites from Italy

Explore Italy's diverse wine styles with these new reviews of affordable whites from Tuscany, Piedmont, Marche and beyond

8 Refreshing Value Whites from Italy
Marotti Campi's estate stretches across 296 acres in Morro d'Alba, much of it devoted to the grapes Verdicchio and Lacrima.
Nov 12, 2020

When it comes to Italy's white wines, there’s a whole world beyond Pinot Grigio. In the this week's selection, we've highlighted six white grape varieties from six Italian regions, featuring impressive styles that are ready for exploration at affordable prices.

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