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  • GRAPE VARIETIES

    Gamba Rossa

    Gamba Rossa is a red grape found in Piedmont in the Asti area. It is used in the Calosso DOC wine. We are working on this Vespolinagrape description. Please come back soon.Send us an e-mail if you are looking for more info atcheers@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 Piedmont.

  • GRAPE VARIETIES

    Vuillermin

    Vuillermin is a grape from Valle d’Aosta. Recently some monovarietal wines are being produced with this grape, usually of medium body. At the nose it is floral and spicy. We are working on this Vuillermin grape description. Please come back soon. Send us an e-mail if you are looking for more info atcheers@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 Valle d’Aosta.

  • GRAPE VARIETIES

    Vespolina

    Vespolina is a grape from Piedmont, it is also called Ughetta and Uvetta di Canneto. It is blended in many appellations like Ghemme DOCG, Fara DOC, Boca DOC. It also appears on the label in Coste della Sesia DOC or Colline Novaresi DOC. It is also cultivated in Oltrepo’ Pavese (Lombardy). We are working on this Vespolina grape description. Please come back soon.Send us an e-mail if you are looking for more info atcheers@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 Piedmont.

  • GRAPE VARIETIES

    Vernaccia Nera

    Vernaccia Nera is a grape cultivated in Marche and Umbria. Even if in the past it was more popular and widespread, it is still known for the Vernaccia di Serrapetrona DOCG which is a bottle-fermented sparkling wine made from at least 40% of air-dried grapes. We are working on this Vernaccia Nera grape description. Please come back soon. Send us an e-mail if you are looking for more info atcheers@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 Marche and Umbria.

  • GRAPE VARIETIES

    Uva Rara

    Uva Rara is a grape found mainly in Oltrepò Pavese in Lombardy and in the North of Piedmont in the Novara and Vercelli provinces. Rara means rare in Italian and it refers to the sparse bunch, which makes this grape suitable for air-drying. We are working on this Uva Rara grape description. Please come back soon.Send us an e-mail if you are looking for more info atcheers@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 Lombardy.

  • GRAPE VARIETIES

    Tintilia

    Tintilia is THE grape of Molise. History says that its vine arrived in Molise during the Spanish domination. Its name could hence be originated from “Tinto”, meaning “red” in Spanish. Tintilia adjusted itself to the new environments thanks to its great spirit of adaptability (Tintilia is a rustic vine very resistant to cold, diseases and to molds), and spread over the whole territory, so as to be considered Molise’s most important variety, also used to give color and body to existing wines.  We are working on this Tintilia 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…

  • GRAPE VARIETIES

    Teroldego

    Teroldego It is one of the most famous grape in Trentino. It is the parent of Lagrein and Marzemino. It is known for its deep color. We are working on this Teroldego grape description. Please come back soon. Send us an e-mail if you are looking for more info atcheers@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 Trentino.

  • GRAPE VARIETIES

    Tazzelenghe

    Tazzelenghe It grows in Friuli Venezia Giulia but it is rare and in risk of “extinction”. Its acidity and tannins are so high that the name actually means “cut the tongue”. We are working on this Tazzelenghe grape description. Please come back soon. Send us an e-mail if you are looking for more info atcheers@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 Piedmont.

  • GRAPE VARIETIES

    Schioppettino

    Schioppettino It is grown in Friuli Venezia Giulia. It was almost extinct and brought back to life thanks to a passionate producer. Scoppiettare means “to explode” in Italian and it refers either to the explosion of flavor or the bottles that were literally exploding in the past due to the wine refermentation. We are working on this Schioppettino grape description. Please come back soon. Send us an e-mail if you are looking for more info atcheers@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 Piedmont.

  • GRAPE VARIETIES

    Schiava

    Schiava It is associated with Trentino and Alto Adige. The most popular clone is Schiava Grossa which gives rich age-worthy wines. We are working on this Schiava grape description. Please come back soon.Send us an e-mail if you are looking for more info atcheers@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 Piedmont.


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