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  • GRAPE VARIETIES

    Sangiovese

    Sangiovese is the king of the Italian red grape varieties. Definitely the most planted one. It is famous mainly for the Tuscan wines but the Emilia Romagna version is also well known. However, Sangiovese is found in every region in Italy except Valle d’Aosta and Trentino-Alto Adige. We are working on this Sangiovese grape description. Please come back soon.Send us an e-mail if you are looking for more info at cheers@drinkitalian.com Two of the best books about Italian grapes, where some of this information come from, are:– Native Grapes of Italy, by Ian d’Agata– Italian Wine Unplugged, by Steve Kim Additionally, you can discover the other grapes from Tuscany.

  • GRAPE VARIETIES

    Trebbiano Romagnolo

    Trebbiano Romagnolo is a grape grown in Emilia-Romagna and it goes along with Trebbiano Toscano. Although some experts say that the variety is higher in quality of the Tuscan version, the wines are not giving satisfying results. We are working on this Trebbiano Romagnolo grape description. Please come back soon. Send us an e-mail if you are looking for more info at cheers@drinkitalian.com Two of the best books about Italian grapes, where some of this information come from, are:– Native Grapes of Italy, by Ian d’Agata– Italian Wine Unplugged, by Steve Kim Additionally, you can discover the other grapes from Emilia-Romagna.  

  • GRAPE VARIETIES

    Malvasia di Candia Aromatica

    Malvasia di Candia Aromatica is a grape that grows in Lombardy and in Emilia Romagna, in the provinces of Pavia, Piacenza,  Parma, and Reggio. We are working on this Malvasia di Candia Aromatica grape description. Please come back soon.Send us an e-mail if you are looking for more info at  cheers@drinkitalian.com

  • GRAPE VARIETIES

    Malvasia Bianca di Candia

    Malvasia Bianca di Candia is a grape found mainly in wines from Lazio but it is also present in many other regions, like Umbria, Campania, Emilia-Romagna, Marche Puglia, and Tuscany. It is the most widely planted Malvasia in Italy. We are working on this Malvasia Bianca di Candia grape description. Please come back soon.Send us an e-mail if you are looking for more info at cheers@drinkitalian.com Two of the best books about Italian grapes, where some of this information come from, are:– Native Grapes of Italy, by Ian d’Agata– Italian Wine Unplugged, by Steve Kim Additionally, you can discover the other grapes from Lazio.

  • GRAPE VARIETIES

    Grechetto

    Grechetto is not one grape. It refers actually to 2 different grapes: Grechetto di Orvieto and Grechetto di Todi (which is also called Pignoletto). Can this be more confusing? Just remember that the grapes are found in Umbria and Emilia-Romagna. We are working on this Grechetto grape description. Please come back soon. Send us an e-mail if you are looking for more info at  cheers@drinkitalian.com Two of the best books about Italian grapes, where some of this information come from, are:– Native Grapes of Italy, by Ian d’Agata– Italian Wine Unplugged, by Steve Kim Additionally, you can discover the other grapes from Emilia-Romagna.  

  • GRAPE VARIETIES

    Bombino Bianco

    Bombino Bianco is a native grape of Puglia and it is getting more known in the market so that it is also planted in Abruzzo, in Lazio, and in Emilia- Romagna. Its wines can be creamy and fresh with aromas of white flowers and peach and hints of almond. Bombino Nero also exists but they are not related. We are working on this Bombino Bianco grape description. Please come back soon. Send us an e-mail if you are looking for more info at cheers@drinkitalian.com Two of the best books about Italian grapes, where some of this information come from, are:– Native Grapes of Italy, by Ian d’Agata– Italian Wine Unplugged,…

  • GRAPE VARIETIES

    Biancame

    Biancame is a grape also known as Bianchello thanks to the most known wine made from it, Bianchello del Metauro. It grows in the Marche, around Urbino and Pesaro but it is also present in Emilia-Romagna as a blending grape in Colli di Rimini. We are working on this Biancame grape description. Please come back soon.Send us an e-mail if you are looking for more info atcheers@drinkitalian.com

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    GRAPE VARIETIES

    Albana

    Mostly planted in Emilia Romagna, Albana is a thick-skinned grape that expresses itself well in sweet wines. We are working on this Albana grape description. Please come back soon. Send us an e-mail if you are looking for more info at cheers@drinkitalian.com Two of the best books about Italian grapes, where some of this information come from, are:– Native Grapes of Italy, by Ian d’Agata– Italian Wine Unplugged, by Steve Kim Additionally, you can discover the other grapes from Emilia-Romagna.  


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