Italian Indigenous Varieties: Malvasia Nera Lunga

This week's variety is called Malvasia Nera Lunga and hails from Piedmont. It grows in the provinces of Asti and Turin. It is a grape with a long shape hence the name. It is a hard and vigorous grape. It can lose acidity relatively quickly so the picking date for these grapes is key before... Continue Reading →

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Italian Indigenous Varieties: Turbiana

Really looking forward to tonight, tomorrow and Thursday's events with the Consorzio of Lugana. The grape variety that they use in their wines is called Turbiana. It is closely related to Trebbiano di Soave but not to Verdicchio as was previously thought. It's a great, mineral, fresh and elegant wine. I can't wait to drink... Continue Reading →

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