Italian Indigenous Varieties: Nieddera Nero

This week's Italian indigenous variety is called Nieddera Nero and it hails from the island of Sardinia. It grows in the provinces of Cagliari, Nuoro and Oristano. It is used to make both red still and semi-sweet wines and also rosé. I have never had a wine made with this variety nor have I visited... Continue Reading →

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