Malvasia del Lazio is a member of the large Malvasia group (17 different kinds in Italy). This is one of the most ancient grapes of Lazio and is typically grown in the Castelli Romani area. Malvasia del Lazio is fruity, floral and is one of the grapes in Lazio's most famous wine, Frascati.
A light-skinned white wine grape variety which is grown mostly in the vineyards around the capital of Rome. The wines produced from this grape have an intense yellow color, citrus notes, and a light mineral accent likely due to the soils of volcanic origin.
This wine offers aromas and flavors of green melon, white peaches, and a distinct amount of chalkiness. This grape makes a tangy, full-bodied dry white wine.
A direct relative of the Ventos Garganaga, this is planted in Carso, the famous orange wine-making region. Vitovksa is a white grape that produces a citrus-driven mineral wine.
The pinot grigios made in Friuli are beautifully harvested, using ancient vines with very low yields. The wines produced are often highly acidic, rich, complex, and creamy. You will struggle to find a more refreshing and surprising Pinot Grigio than that from Moreno Ferlat .Macerated in 3 different volumes to produce a Pinot 'Ramato' that you will struggle to put down.