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14 Italian Wines, North vs. South

New reviews of reds and whites from up and down the boot for $35 or less
Courtesy of La Tunella
La Tunella in Friuli makes a wide range of wines from different grape varieties, including Pinot Grigio.
Alison Napjus
Posted: February 1, 2018

Italy encompasses 20 wines regions, each with their own traditions, history, cuisine, grape varieties and viticultural practices and styles. From Friuli, Piedmont and Trentino in the north, to Campania, Sardinia and Sicily in the south, there are many reds and whites to explore for $35 or less. Get the scores and tasting notes!

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