Venezie, Veneto, Italy- Crisp apple and pear flavors are highlighted by a light creaminess in this dry yet flavorful wine from the Armani family. The grapes used in this wine come from some of the Armanis' best vineyards. Serve with roasted chicken, seafood or other lighter fare.
Like a bubbly Prosecco? Enjoy your Pinot Grigio? Thanks to you, in the past decade the Veneto region became Italy’s biggest producer of wine. The Veneto stretches across northeastern Italy, from the Alpine border with Austria to the lagoons of Venice. The northern location makes Veneto a great source for grapes producing crisp, white wines, more than two-thirds of the region’s total production.
Every white wine grape variety can have myriad expressions, depending on where it is grown and how the winemaker chooses to style the wine. The same grape can produce both a dry white wine and a sweet white wine, one that’s crisp and refreshing or honeyed and mellow.
Most wine drinkers know the popular international varieties, like Chardonnay, Riesling and Sauvignon Blanc, which are made into white wine in most of the world’s winemaking regions. But there are hundreds more to discover. Think of the popularity of white wines like Pinot Grigio or Moscato, which only a few years ago were largely unknown to U.S. consumers.
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