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  • 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

    Cornetta

    Cornetta is a grape found in Umbria and its name comes from horn (corno in Italian) for the shape of the bunches. Many refer to it as Vernaccia Nera. We are working on this Cornetta 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 Umbria.

  • 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.  


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