Italian White Wines

A selection of white wines from Italy

Italy is one of the largest producers of red wine in the world but when mixed with it's white wines it makes it the largest producer of wine. The main grape varieties include Trebbiano, Pinot Grigio, Verdeca, Cortese, Vermentino, Pinot Bianco and Grechetto.

There are a large number of producers who also use the make international grape varieties either in their blends or as single grape offerings. The most popular grapes used in these wines are Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay. White wine is grown all over Italy and the Pinot Grigio grape is enjoying unprecedented success throughout the world with demand outstripping supply. This causes many growers to try to "con" their customers by using lesser known graoe varieties as the primary grape and including Pinot Grigio as the additional grape. The result is that many people do not recognise grapes like Cataratto Lucido or Inzolia and they think this is a family name or area in Italy. This leads to mass confusion as to what Pinot Grigio actually tastes like!

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Italian White Wines

A selection of white wines from Italy

Italy is one of the largest producers of red wine in the world but when mixed with it's white wines it makes it the largest producer of wine. The main grape varieties include Trebbiano, Pinot Grigio, Verdeca, Cortese, Vermentino, Pinot Bianco and Grechetto.

There are a large number of producers who also use the make international grape varieties either in their blends or as single grape offerings. The most popular grapes used in these wines are Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay. White wine is grown all over Italy and the Pinot Grigio grape is enjoying unprecedented success throughout the world with demand outstripping supply. This causes many growers to try to "con" their customers by using lesser known graoe varieties as the primary grape and including Pinot Grigio as the additional grape. The result is that many people do not recognise grapes like Cataratto Lucido or Inzolia and they think this is a family name or area in Italy. This leads to mass confusion as to what Pinot Grigio actually tastes like!

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