Salute! Raise a Glass to Italian Wines

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Salute! Raise a Glass to Italian Wines | August 13, 4:07 pm   
  


"When many people think of Italian wine they think of Chianti Classico, but truth is, there are about 1,500 grape varieties in Italy--more than any other wine growing area in the world. Some, like Sangiovese (the grape grown in Chianti, which is a region and not a grape), Nebbiolo or Primitivo, are widespread and well known. Others are grown in small batches and produced by mom-and-pop growers who may only make enough wine for themselves and their friends and family." Source: huffingtonpost.com


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